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RONIN is pleased to welcome Canterbury secondary school, Spires Academy as a one of our newest clients. Not only is the school now working with the RONIN team, but it will become the latest member of the E21C multi-academy Trust – another one of our...

The twenty-first century has given us many things; iPods, smartphones, social media, and an (un)healthy obsession with quinoa and avocados. It’s also given us the title ‘blogger’ as a bona fide profession, as blogging evolved from niche hobby to aspirational career choice. Although blogs have technically...

April saw the launch of our redesigned website. It was great to take time out from designing websites for others and create something special for ourselves that we think represents who we are and what we do. Our goal was to develop a site that illustrates...

Team-building exercises can be a powerful way to unite a group, develop strengths, address weaknesses and have some fun. But all too often, they are not used to best effect. So having just returned with the team from a successful residential training course in Limoges, France,...

There are around 152 million blogs, and that number is growing every day. Not only has blogging evolved into a popular pastime, but it has also become integral to many company websites. My first experience of blogging came when school friends went travelling off to far...

Businessmen and women in your 50s unite. All this social media stuff is for kids. FaceTube and Twittering; who gets it? There isn’t any business benefit and it reduces productivity. Staff should be banned from using it during working hours; after all they’re just talking...