Today is the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage. Thanks to the efforts of the suffragette movement, some women secured the right to vote on 6 February 1918. Whatever your views on gender equality today – in business and life – it is an undeniable fact that, in relative terms, much progress has been made since 1918.
ERS work with hundreds of membership organisations, each with different memberships in terms of demographics, requirements and preferences. It is our job to ensure the best election approach and tools are used for each ballot we administer.
You may have noticed that ERS has shiny new branding!
Over recent months we have been busy developing our new ERS Group identity. We are delighted with the end result and what it represents so we wanted to take this opportunity to provide you with a bit of context and explain why we have taken this step.
Digital by default is the UK Government’s 18-point design service standard, which is moving government transactional services online, wherever possible. This concept is not restricted to central and local government.
Twenty years ago, less than 5% of the UK population had access to the internet; today in 2016 the figure is approaching 90%.
On the 800th anniversary of what is regarded as the first step toward a democratic United Kingdom, we ask – what would a modern day Magna Carta look like?
With so much content being produced for the web, are you confident that your messaging is being properly received by your audience across multiple browsers and devices?
At ERS we have always worked with a wide variety of clients, on an even wider variety of projects.
For this week’s blog article we will be looking at some of the most well-known (and glamorous!) projects we administer – our TV Awards administration.
Within the context of the General Election, a great deal of attention has been focused around the UK’s democratic heritage. This heritage is commonly invoked in order to encourage participation and engagement.
Against the backdrop of the May elections, there has been a great deal of activity initiated by Parliament in order to encourage political engagement and participation.