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Future of Work

Discover key insights and thought-provoking perspectives on the imperative need for adaptation in digital consulting strategies to drive success in today's rapidly changing business environment.

Future of Work

In the Wavestone Global Technology & Data Leaders Survey 2024, we talked to nearly 600 technology leaders in Europe, North America, and Asia about the impacts of GenAI on all parts of their business.

Health & Wellbeing

In this blog, Levitise explores the impact of vegetable seed oils, high in omega-6 fatty acids, on brain health.


You may know that there was a Budget in the UK on 6th March. Martin Rimmer, head of Spice Taxation, has produced the attached write-up of the highlights as they apply to our Members. There are certainly some eye-catching and important announcements there and the review is well worth a read.


With no respite from challenges and constant technology change, next-generation CEOs continue to prioritise leadership practices originally adopted as pandemic responses.

Road to Net Zero

The significance of Africa in the global ‘just transition’ movement cannot be overstated. While achieving this can contribute to the continent’s future prosperity and development, the details of how this is achieved are crucial.

South East Asia

Almost half of the businesses in the latest survey (49%) have developed supply chains in the region, and 45% have achieved organic growth to date. UK firms are most likely to have operations in Singapore (36%) and Thailand (32%).

Future of Work

NTUC LearningHub surveyed both employees and business leaders to find sentiments towards jobs and skills trends. The report also explores job and skills trends across five industry clusters.


Arsjad Rasjid, Chair of the ASEAN Business Advisory Council shares his perspectives with the World Economic Forum.


Miscommunication can be costly commercially and for our credibility, so clarity is a critical component in avoiding it. In this article, Stephen Copestake from Acuity Marketing & Communication explains.