Adam Grunwerg
Adam Grunwerg is a young entrepreneur and blogger from Sheffield. He runs a digital media agency and consultancy, specialising in internet marketing, SEO, PPC and social media. He also runs a number of popular blogs in the student, finance and graduate industry including and In his spare time, Adam enjoys snowboarding, networking and films and TV.

Entries by Adam Grunwerg

With Ladbrokes Now Offering Students to Bet on Their Own Degree, Is Student Gambling Getting Out of Hand?

(0) Comments | Posted 23 September 2013 | (14:16)

Ladbrokes, one of the UK's oldest and most established bookmakers, recently introduced a new betting service that allows fresher's to bet on their own final degree classification.

The new service, which is available now at, covers odds for any fresher's degree classification in any of the UK's top...

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Is There Enough Postgraduate Funding Available to Students in the UK?

(6) Comments | Posted 27 August 2013 | (01:00)

Postgraduate funding has been an important issue in the UK for a long time now.  The high costs of a postgraduate education, combined with limited amounts of public funding and increasing costs of undergraduate tuition fees could lead to a bottleneck in the higher education infrastructure.

A recent survey...

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Will New gTLDs such as .App, .Money, .Beauty and .Accountants Replace the .COM Internet by 2015?

(0) Comments | Posted 26 February 2013 | (14:33)

The way businesses and consumers use the Internet could drastically change in 2013 as ICANN prepares to launch over 1,000 new gTLDs (Generic Top-Level Domains) to go alongside .com, .net, .org, .edu and others.

As early as April this year, we could start seeing new, descriptive gTLDs including .Sport,...

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The Government's Startup Loans: Lets All Start a Car Wash Store!

(5) Comments | Posted 22 January 2013 | (12:49)

The government has come under quite a bit of flack recently after expanding its startup loans scheme from 18 to 24-year-olds up to the age of 30. The expansion of the scheme is a clear signal of the government's ineptitude to secure enough applications for the original 18-24-age band.


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