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unspun 37 - Demystifying Blockchain
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Welcome to unspun 37. We’re pleased to bring you the latest edition of our newsletter aimed at keeping you up to date with some of our latest thinking and news at Berkeley. This issue includes an overview on Blockchain, delivering Global Programmes, the battle to optimise Trade Terms Spend, an insight into our recent work at Altus as well as some Partner news.
There is a lot of confusion in blockchain as a topic. In this article, we provide a basic overview of what blockchain is, how it can be used and whether you need to be concerned about it.
Organisations often struggle to achieve the objectives of their global programmes, no matter what the industry. Read more on the three factors that you must address upfront.
When Altus UK decided to buy its biggest competitor, they had to get the integration right first time. The team at Altus could see they would need expert support, and reached out to Berkeley for help.
CPG organisations are spending huge sums on trade spend. Learn how these organisations can use technology to optimise their trade spend and factors to be consider to ensure tooling is implemented effectively.
We round up this issue with news of Berkeley’s networking event on Sustainable Business and our recently published climate change toolkit.
We are delighted to announce that Ben Wildman has become a Partner at The Berkeley Partnership, effective 1st January 2020.
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