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When your technology becomes something you have to work around, it’s time to consider if it’s still suitable for purpose. Let’s take a look at some of the signals that it’s time to retire the old. Smith & Byford utilise Causeway Tradex to help better align their business goals for growth and reduce internal costs to drive profit, find out how in this case study video. Morgan Sindall, alongside Nottingham Trent University with funding from CITB are collaborating to run the Innovation Driven Procurement to help small construction firms drive innovation in construction. According to the Programme Manager, Cambridge Judge Professor of Finance Andrei Kirilenko, a native of Ukraine, the programme’s implementation reflects the UK’s global strategy for providing partnership assistance to Ukraine.
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Upon successful completion of the programme, participants will be awarded certificates from Cambridge Judge Business School and will be able to join the global academic community as participants in this initiative involving the business school. Part I of the book is focused on the impact of fintech on consumers, businesses and the macroeconomy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Part II considers post-pandemic policy implications for enhancing fintech’s effect on inclusive growth. The book brings together original research papers presented at a virtual conference on issues related to fintech and COVID-19 , and their implications for economies in Asia and the Pacific, as well as globally.
Alexandra Leonards looks at the potential threats and gains of an augmented world. 2021 may have been a new year, but the onus which Covid-19 placed on businesses to be agile in the face of adversity remained. Tech innovation continued to define almost every industry’s approach to change. A 2022 UK government survey found that in the preceding 12 months, 39 per cent of UK businesses identified a cyber attack. Within those reporting cyber attacks, 31 per cent of businesses and 26 per cent of charities estimate they were attacked at least once a week.
Construction technology is reshaping the construction sector and delivering greater opportunities for contractors and manufacturers to adopt offsite and modular construction techniques using digital construction techniques. We bring you the latest construction technology news and techniques that are helping to boost productivity and collaboration for these organisations whilst helping them to operate greener, smarter and safer. Within this section, you can find articles on topics such as cybercrime, data protection and online harms. And we also touch upon the relevant topics such as social media and its potential danger and its ongoing need for regulation.
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The National Bank of Ukraine and Cambridge Judge Business School launch unique training programme to foster innovations in Ukraine’s financial sector. “The social contract between venture capital and society is not working. Venture capitalists take large risks to push technological boundaries and society therefore grants them a period of premium pricing as a monopolist.