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Closing the Gender Pay Gap

Ella Tugwell

  The Institute for Fiscal Studies recently published research showing that, on average, women still earn less than men. Companies, under pressure from equality groups and governments, are coming under increased scrutiny to provide equal pay. In February former Women and Equalities Minister Nicky Morgan said there would be “nowhere for inequality to hide” whilst announcing league tables for the …

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How to attract and retain new talent in AdTech

Ella Tugwell

There is a major business issue across the AdTech sector at present; there are not enough high-quality salespeople. FACT. Every organisation in the sector needs to hire successful sales people to optimise the current opportunity for revenue growth. Globally, AdTech Sales Directors are continuously facing the challenge of holding onto key talent in winning teams whilst also differentiating themselves enough …

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Recruiting in Telco- What are the hottest career opportunities in Telco this summer?

Ella Tugwell

There is a major business issue across the telco sector; there are not enough high-quality salespeople. FACT. Every organisation in the sector shares a need to hire successful new business sales people to optimise the opportunity for revenue growth. With competing businesses fighting for the same people, it feels for many the effort of recruiting sales people is suffering a …

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Brexit – What does it mean for Digital Media?

Ella Tugwell

As the United Kingdom adjusts to the Brexit decision, there is much speculation around what impact will be felt in the Digital Media industry. Although investors, advertisers, and consumers will be slightly more hesitant to spend, let’s not forget that the UK’s digital advertising market has a record of weathering austerity. In fact, after the financial crash in 2008, digital …

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Will Gen Y be responsible for Fintech transformation?

Ella Tugwell

As the Fintech market continues to evolve, and industry buzzwords such as ‘mobile payments’, ‘challenger banks’ and ‘blockchain’ still compete for the press,  it is becoming apparent that the fate of many current companies will lay in the hands of the millennials. Like a tsunami of new consumers entering the workforce, they are focused on making money on their own …

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Subsea Super Networks – New challenges and competition facing your sector

Ella Tugwell

It’s very clear that the telecommunications market is evolving at an unseen before rate. Billions of pounds are being invested in the race to deliver the super highway subsea networks that the world relies upon for its internet connection. With more 550,000 miles of undersea fibre-optic cables currently spanning the globe, the end consumer is now highly demanding with latency …

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Ad Blocking – a good thing for Adtech?

Ella Tugwell

Ad-blockers have been aggravating the digital publishing world for some time now but it wasn’t until recently that war was declared. While plug-ins like Adblocker Plus and Admuncher were once restricted to desktop browsers, the dawn of mobile-enabled ad-blocking software has infuriated publishers who rely on advertising for revenue. The first major blow came in 2015 when Apple announced that …

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Challenger Banks – Who will succeed?

Ella Tugwell

The financial buzz-phrase of the moment, ‘challenger banks’ are already doing a good job of shaking up the banking sector. This year, a new wave of digital-only contenders is emerging on the market. Much of the UK hype around these digital banks are battling them against each other, asking ‘who will be number one?’ But as the launch dates loom, …

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How to lead in American business

Ella Tugwell

Europe and the United States share a cultural heritage, yet there are crucial differences in the way we view the world. Take politics, for example, American society is built on individualism and self-reliance, where public safety nets appear far less important than they are in many European countries. This same underlying principle of individualism also shapes the business world in …

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Blockchain and its imminent impact on the business world

Ella Tugwell

Originally created to power the Bitcoin network, Blockchain technology is rapidly consuming the financial services industry. More than $1 billion has been invested in Bitcoin-related tech start-ups, and thirty major world banks including Barclays and JP Morgan have formed a consortium to design and build Blockchain solutions. Ironically, Bitcoin was developed to effectively destroy the banking industry, yet the technology …