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I hope you have enjoyed the first and last week of the British summer…!

 

Here is your roundup of the most interesting things we at Skull Mountain have seen this week:

 

In a repeat of Y2k many small businesses are popping up selling GDPR services and advice. Whilst this is not necessarily a bad thing you definitely need to be careful about the quality of advice you are taking and how you decide to act on this – GDPR scrambling has spawned a swell of data protection ‘charlatans’.

 

In what is a massive change in attitude, big financial institutions are racing to provide cryptocurrency investment services. – will we finally see cryptocurrency investments hit the masses?

 

For all you designers out there check out this amazing plugin for sketch – Google are really committing to material design and building consistency around design language, but are they actually saying this is how to design?

 

No one is 100% perfect and you don’t have to be. If there’s a fit there’s a fit – women won’t apply for roles even if they’re short of one requirement of the job spec.

 

And finally, Dan Gorske just ate his 30,000th Big Mac. Impressive! Thats at least $180,000 USD and 27 million calories…! – Deeply committed Big Mac fan eats his 30,000th burger.

 

Have a great weekend!

 

A few of our clients