September’s customer community highlights: Wellbeing in the workplace, the power of case studies, printing organs and more

In need of some inspiration? Here are our September highlights from our expert customer communities.

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Announcing a brand new community
Our latest open community, Let’s Reset, comes to you from Founder, Suki Thompson. This platform aims to increase awareness of wellbeing and resilience in the workplace. It highlights the work that can and should be done by every organisation to ensure its employees are satisfied in what they do and the job they are in.

Happiness at work
This last week of September has been that of ‘happiness at work’ but as Gail Donnon, business owner and author, suggests on the Life Labs community, “There is a lot more that employers can do to keep their staff ‘thriving’”. A sentiment that former England Rugby World Cup winner Maggie Alphonsi echoes on The Value Exchange but also acknowledges that “...this onus is on everyone, not just the employer. It’s a shared responsibility.”

Showcasing agency case studies
There’s nothing more valuable to a marketing team than a case study (believe me!). We all like to think we’re the best in the business but when our customers exclaim it for themselves, the validity of that message is significantly amplified. The Agency Case Studies channel on The Oystercatchers Club community highlights the work of members and showcases the fantastic and powerful work these are doing for their clients. A number of high profile organisations have shared theirs on the community this month.

Human digitalisation
“Never in history has humankind enjoyed such an abundance of technology as we do today; [technologies] are redefining all aspects of life at a speed we have never seen before.” says Enrique Medina Malo, Chief Policy Officer at Telefónica. Listen to the full interview via the OECD Podcast, shared on The Forum Network.

How to print a functional human heart
The latest bioprinting news on the Future Science Group’s 3DMedNet comes in the form of artificial organ creation, and even production of a human heart, as shared here. Discover the incredible possibilities in the field and the real implications for future transplants.

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Max Inchcoombe

Marketing Executive, Zapnito

Into my third year at Zapnito now, some of my responsibilities include email marketing, running the social media accounts, site/community reporting, event organising and sales assistance. If you have any questions for me on Zapnito or what we do, I'll be happy to help!

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