GSK’s digital guru Elliot Antrobus-Holder goes public on his career-boosting NED role at the University of Surrey and helping save TUI from Thomas Cook’s fate
Elliot Antrobus-Holder explains why his corporate experience is so valuable to the higher education sector and how being involved in university governance is widening his horizons.
Elliot Antrobus-Holder, is Vice President Global Head of Digital Channels and Analytics at GSK and he’s just taken on a NED and Trustee role at the University of Surrey. His previous job titles include: Global Head of Digital Product at TUI, Group Digital Director at Barclays and Head of Digital at HSBC. Elliot has...
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Watch Waqar Rizvi conferring with a panel of experts on recent International events in the SCOPE.
1. UK: Resolution on Kashmir
2. Report on Kashmir Situation
* Shaista Aziz - Journalist (Oxford, UK)
* Syed Nadeemul Hasan – Kashmiri (Delhi)
* Khalid Ahmed Chaudry - Human Rights Activist (Holland)
* Dr. Benjamin Martill - Researcher (London)
* Tom Arms – Foreign affairs Expert (London)
* Filippa Chatzistavrou – IR Expert (Athens)
* Anna Tobin – Political Analyst (Londo...
The 18-25 Generation Z and 26 -35 Millennials age groups pose interesting challenges for content providers. The Grabyo Global Video Trends Report 2019, which surveyed nearly 10,000 people across all ages and incomes from France, the USA, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia in March 2019, throws up thought-provoking data on their viewing habits, including those relating to social video.
Once U.S.-based chip maker NVIDIA completes its $6.9 billion acquisition of Israeli tech company Mellanox in the next few months, Palestinian engineers contracted to work for Mellanox as reported by Reuters are set to share a $3.5 million payout.
With a shortage of engineers in Israel, the growing pool of talented Palestinian engineers is well placed to fill any gaps in Israel's burgeoning tech sector and Israeli firms are offering stock options to demonstrate to potential Palestinian contrac...
The demise of broadcast TV has been predicted for years as audiences increasingly choose to watch content online and on-demand. It’s not dead yet though. In fact, broadcast businesses across Europe are very much live and kicking.
The word live is key here. Live TV remains the USP of broadcasters. They have the legacy infrastructure that ensures that they can transmit live programming to the greatest footprint in the highest quality, something that the OTT world is not yet coming close to. Wha...
Whether you're looking for inspiration to tackle your own renovation project or simply want to see what can be achieved when renovating a period apartment, you're sure to love Michelle and Ross's Malaysian inspired space.
Once you've finished looking through their gorgeous first home together, make sure to check out more of our real home renovations. From restored period properties to contemporary self builds, there's something to suit every taste. Read our guide on renovating a house, too, f...
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In this episode, we set out to understand more about the roll-out of 5G technologies, both in the UK and globally. Some experts believe 5G will usher in the Fourth Industrial Revolution-- a movement Forbes says will generate close to 1$ trillion in economic value by 2025.
For consumers, 5G is promising lightning-fast speeds, up to 100 times faster than 4G, incredibly low latency, which could make the dream of driverless cars a reality, and capacity to carry massive numbers of connections simu...
Could rising at dawn make your more alert, energetic and focused for the rest of the day? Anna Tobin takes a look at this new wake-up call.
Before the advent of the electric light, our internal body clock – scientifically known as the circadian rhythm and area of our brains that responds to light – was set by the sun and the moon; we rose at dawn and went to bed at nightfall.
The advent of rolling TV and the Internet, emails pinging at all hours and twenty-four hour supermarkets, and even gym...
You might not want to dwell on it too much, but when the time is right your baby, or babies, have to come out somehow! If you approach your imminent labour with excitement and, if possible, a relaxed attitude, then your body will be better prepared to deliver your baby, whichever route it ends up taking out of there. Anna Tobin outlines the options available
Giving birth without any medical intervention is right for some mums, but not for others. So don’t feel guilty if you can’...
Lobby group CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion marked its second anniversary yesterday by urging U.S. CEOs to adopt a new pledge to engage boards of directors and equivalent governing bodies in the development and evaluation of inclusion and diversity strategies.
CEO Action members have already committed to focusing on cultivating workplaces that support open dialogue on complex, and sometimes difficult, conversations about diversity and inclusion. And, they have agreed to implement unconsc...
There is so much to do on the tiny Indian Ocean island of Mauritius you’ll have to make time for your sun lounger
Conjure up a tropical island in your mind’s eye: icing-sugar-fine golden sands, bookended by azure waters and palm-tree-sprinkled land. Mauritius is all of this, but it has bonus dimensions: it is packed full of fantastic places to see and incredible activities to experience and it’s a foodie’s paradise. If you really want to experience the unique vibe, landscape and culture of th...
Richard Carter, managing director of BASF plc UK and Ireland explains how the world’s largest chemical business is getting set for Brexit
How prepared is BASF for a no-deal Brexit?
We have been working on various scenarios for Brexit since the referendum. We started the dialogue with our partners very early on and we’ve been very active in our conversations with the various Government departments – with BEIS [Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy], with DEFRA [Department for E...
16.3 million people work in the UK’s 5.6 million small businesses, and they generate a turnover of £2 trillion per year – more than half of all private sector turnover. They don’t have the resources available to large companies and so face major challenges as a result of Brexit. Worryingly, surveys show that most of them have so far done nothing to prepare for Brexit. Today, with only around 50 working days left until Brexit Day on 29 March, they are starting to panic as they begin to recogni...