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Articulating the Disruptive Investment Gap

on 18-Feb-2021 10:23:36 By | Shammah Banerjee | 0 Comments | Thought Leadership
On a bleary January morning, my phone pinged with urgency. It was telling me that an army of amateur investors, captained by subreddit r/WallStreetBets, had collectively spiked the stock price of GameStop against the predictions of downturn from Wall Street hedge fund managers. The battle that ensued gripped the global imagination with somewhat of an underdog story, but what underpins this narrative is the power of perception to rapidly transform the value of something.  
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2021: A State of Optimism?

on 26-Jan-2021 09:43:01 By | Shammah Banerjee | 0 Comments | Thought Leadership
“Cautious optimism is hugely important,” the CIO of a large coffeeshop chain told us at the end of 2020. The sentiment of caution is familiar: the lockdown life we have all come to know is characterised by endless cancelled plans, delayed returns to the office and an underlying sense of uncertainty. Any optimism that we entertain must be held up with the slightest suspicion that our well-laid plans may indeed fall apart. 
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In Conversation with ViaVan's CEO

on 28-Nov-2019 12:29:29 By | Shammah Banerjee | 0 Comments | Thought Leadership
As the Middle East’s start-up capital, Tel Aviv churns out business after business. Whilst tourists love the hustle and bustle of the city, for the everyday commuter, the network of minivans (called sheruts) mean multiple transfers and untimely travel. During a typical lengthy commute, Via co-founders, Oren Shoval and Daniel Ramot, began to wonder how useful a flexible, on demand bus experience, enabled by technology, would be. Enter Via.
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Acquisition Suspicion: The Race to Reinstate Tech Democracy

on 27-Nov-2019 16:18:49 By | Shammah Banerjee | 0 Comments | Thought Leadership
Economic “bigness” has gone too far. Economists and political commentators have frameworks to tackle it, but allowing tech giants to grow and absorb small competitors has squashed tech democracy.
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Building the Digital Experience

on 22-Nov-2018 17:48:56 By | Anar Bata | 0 Comments | Guest Blogs Thought Leadership Event reports
During a dinner held in partnership with Dept and Crownpeak, Nimbus Ninety members discussed how to build intelligent experiences in regulated industries.
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Innovating Through Noise with Bruce Daisley

on 05-Oct-2018 09:52:24 By | Adam Stead | 0 Comments | Research & Reports Case Studies & Interviews Thought Leadership
Bruce Daisley is the VP of EMEA at Twitter. We discuss how to innovate in spite of perceived failure and protest. 
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Digital Body Language

on 27-Sep-2018 15:09:20 By | Anar Bata | 0 Comments | Thought Leadership Event reports
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Future of Digital Identity Evening

on 21-Sep-2018 10:22:20 By | Anar Bata | 0 Comments | Thought Leadership Event reports
The Future of Digital Identity Evening took place on 19 September, at The Ivy Soho. It was held in partnership with ForgeRock and Amido, with the aim of exploring identity management in a changing world.
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Gotta testify

on 07-Sep-2018 12:50:56 By | Anar Bata | 0 Comments | Research & Reports Thought Leadership
Wednesday was a big day for tech on Capitol Hill. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont introduced the Stop BEZOS act, a not so subtle dig at Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. The bill would require large companies, such as Amazon, to pay the government back for the benefits their employees receive from the government, such as food stamps.
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on 18-Jul-2018 10:36:47 By | Anar Bata | 0 Comments | Guest Blogs Thought Leadership
This week, Donald Trump met Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, to ‘improve relations’ between the US and Russia.
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