After graduating from York University in 2006 with a masters degree in Physics, I instantly decided that a career in technology was for me. I joined Accenture’s technology consulting practice where I ...
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Welcome to unspun 34! We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of our newsletter. This issue includes insights on the value of Net Revenue Management, the vital role people play in changing organisations successfully, and the value of being...
As M&S reports a sharp drop in annual profits, Berkeley Partner, Dave Machin, talks to Drapers about the challenges facing the UK’s high street.
Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – which brings greater privacy protection for individuals and comes with hefty fines for failure to comply – has been looming for some time.