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Our 2017 challenger banking annual report.
Explore the practical steps you need to take to be Brexit ready.
An unpackaged guide to fintech and what it means for the wider economy.
Pharma companies might need as much as 18 months to establish a presence inside the EU in order to continue selling into the Single Market after Brexit, KPMG experts warn.
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Rethinking business in an era of convergence.
Wejo could transform the motor industry and drive smart mobility, by harnessing the constantly increasing volumes of data received every second.
Siri in a suit? The digital assistant is set to redefine the way we conduct business.
Innovation divisions are a waste of time, according to Fons Trompenaars, renowned organisational theorist and management consultant.
AI can help the global healthcare sector meet rapidly increasing demand, says Your.MD founder Matteo Berlucchi
Energy firms that prioritise innovation and customer experience can thrive as sectors collide.
When does ‘helpfully close’ cross the line to become ‘creepy and intrusive’?
Encouraging people to turn off their adblockers is a multi-billion pound headache for advertising innovators.
GlaxoSmithKline Chairman discusses why closing the gender pay gap fosters innovation and matters to anyone interested in the bottom line.
How Aviva’s new Digital Garage is bringing fresh thinking to the UK insurance sector.
Regardless of sector, artificial intelligence is set to redefine the role of the chief financial officer.
More organisations are forming alliances with others from completely different sectors due to increasing project complexity and customer demands.
Customer-facing businesses are learning from one another how big data can help them predict consumer behaviour.
Connected, driverless vehicles are set to overhaul not just the automotive industry, but software, finance and telecommunications too.
Banks have focused on minimising conduct risk, but experience shows they need to look at culture and customer experience too.
It may have started in financial services but adopted in a smart way, the cloud can fundamentally change the role of IT in any organisation.
Can ‘heavy’ industries – with little obvious connection to such consumer currents – build their own collaborative models?
Whatever your product or industry, businesses need to understand if and when an interesting idea or innovation will go mass market.