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    Our Global Capital Confidence Barometer shows 52% of technology executives expect to pursue M&A in the next 12 months.

  • Growth through channels and partners

    Pippa Dussuyer, TMT Director, spoke to Yessi from UK Tech News to discuss how technology is implicating the number and nature of partnerships.

  • Navigating the bundle jungle

    This fifth report in our series based on our research of 2,500 UK households, explores the changing landscape of household attitudes towards broadband and quad-play

  • Are consumers content with your content?

    The fourth report in our series based on research of 2,500 UK households explores how technology is redefining what, how and when households watch, and the implications of these changes.

  • Taking stock of the smart home

    This third report in our digital household series, based on research of 2,500 UK households, explores consumer attitudes towards connected home technology.

  • The elephant in the room: R&D integration

    How can tech companies integrate the product innovation and commercialisation organisation while creating value? Read our latest tech M&A article.

  • Advice for organisations preparing for GDPR

    Watch our video to see Pragasen Morgan, UK Privacy Leader, provide an overview of the upcoming General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and their implications and impact for businesses.

  • How to exit: PE or Trade?

    When looking to sell a company, understanding the key differences between a Private Equity (PE) sale and a Trade acquisition are important. We discuss the exit options available to tech entrepreneurs in the UK.

  • Decoding the digital home

    Our new customer insight into the digital home explores 2,500 UK households’ attitudes and usage habits to help TMT companies adapt to their customers’ changing digital needs.

Technology

Operating in a new era

Disruption is an inherent part of the technology narrative. But today, as the sector grapples with the lightening pace of change, organisations have an unprecedented opportunity to reorganise, drive efficiencies and become tomorrow’s disruptors.

But for most companies strategic change has to be incremental. While unlocking value starts today, it must be balanced with the business’ existing needs.

 
 
 



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