Here’s a quiz question for you: what year was Tesco founded? Admittedly it wasn’t a fact that I had at my fingertips, but according to Wikipedia the name Tesco was first used in 1924, when one Jack Cohen ordered some tea from someone called TE Stockwell and used his supplier’s initials followed by the first […]READ MORE >
Like everyone else, I can’t believe it’s 2020. Where did the last two decades go?! But anyway, welcome back and happy new year! I used the Christmas break to reflect on what lies ahead, for both the prize promotions industry as a whole and more specifically for Prizeology. So as has become customary, here’s a […]READ MORE >
To be honest, if you don’t love Christmas and aren’t comfortable in reindeer deeley boppers you probably won’t want to come and work for Prizeology. Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year and at Prizeology we are unanimous in our adoration of it. We all agree we will never tire of John Lewis’ […]READ MORE >
It’s Fraud Week. That may not engender quite the same excitement as, I don’t know, Finals Week at Wimbledon or Movie Week on Strictly, but it’s still a big deal. Fraud Week is an international event and it’s all about raising awareness of – yes, you guessed it – fraud in all its rich and varied forms, including the prize draw scam.
So if you want to educate yourself about prize draw scams and learn how to avoid then, what can you do?READ MORE >
Halloween flew past scarily quickly, Divali has briefly lit up the sky, Guy Fawkes Night has been and gone with a bang, and if you listen carefully the Christmas bells are already jingling, but before we get to the back end of the year, Black Friday looms large. Naturally, I accept that Black Friday doesn’t […]READ MORE >