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Staying hydrated is good for your Mind!

Here at Embridge we have been focusing a lot on mental health and well-being at work. With our own charity event, ‘150+ miles in 31 days’ for our ten-year anniversary being held this month to get us all moving and raising money for Bristol, Mind. It only seemed...

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Embridge secures place on G-Cloud 11 Framework

We’re pleased to announce that Embridge has yet again secured its place on the G-Cloud 11 Framework. There are many interesting facts associated by the number 3.  it’s the number of Trinity, it represents creation, completion and to many perfection.  In...

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Vacancy: New Business Sales Executive

Due to our continued growth and expansion, we are seeking to add to our Sales team. Vacancy: New Business Sales ExecutiveBackground: We are a rapidly expanding Digital Transformation Consultancy & Systems Integrator (SI) primarily working with Unit4...

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Diversity and Inclusion Leads to Innovation

The message at the Women of Silicon Roundabout Conference 2019 was clear; diversity and inclusion (D&I) are top of the agenda for tech companies.  Author: Faye O'Connell Why is there such a focus on D&I? The Government has been driving the D&I agenda...

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Embridge Consulting reaches 10 Year Milestone

This year, Embridge Consulting turns a very respectable and grown up 10 years old. To celebrate this mighty milestone, CEO Emma O’Brien has roped her team into covering 150+ miles in 31 days during the month of July! Her team will be donating their time in...

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Case Study: GCON4 MFL

The Trust has multiple systems feeding data and transactions into Unit4 Business World, or systems which provide data for manual input into Unit4 Business World.  Author: Simon Talbot The CHARITY: The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland...

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Do Learning Styles Exist?

When I was 12, my school made me fill out a form purporting to be able to tell me my learning styles. The possible outcomes were auditory, visual or kinaesthetic. My teacher said that how you learn and revise should be different, depending on the form's conclusions....

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Flow: Getting Learners in the Zone

Hungarian psychologist Csikszentmihalyi called the phenomenon flow in an impactful paper in 1975. He classes flow as a state of full immersion, involvement and enjoyment in the process of an activity. Author: GLAD team I’ve recently been...

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