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  • March 16, 2021

    Decarbonising Work

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    • Growth in the UK production sector is being driven by increased investment by American streaming services, while local broadcasters rely on co-productions to fund increasingly-expensive, high-end content
    • However, while this investment is welcome, the output is predominantly less ‘British’ than that commissioned directly by local broadcasters
    • Distinctive and diverse British cultural touchpoints are created or perpetuated by television. Current trends suggest a dilution of this, a globalisation of local content, and perhaps less relevance to British viewers
  • September 11, 2017

    The Gatekeepers of Travel: Google and Facebook

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    As the digital travel industry expands, Google and Facebook have unprecedented control over what content consumers interact with. This control is set to increase at the detriment of both traditional and digital travel market players.
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  • Disruption in Travel: The next step in customer experience
    Disruption in Travel: The next step in customer experience
    May 4, 2017

    Disruption in Travel: The next step in customer experience

    From the rise of price comparison websites, to the creation of Airbnb, the travel market has undergone significant disruption in recent years. Looking forward the market is set for continued disruption from the rise of new start-ups alongside a need to create the ultimate customer experience.