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Accelerating the Evolution: Insights from ad:tech India

Accelerating the Evolution: Insights from ad:tech India

By Melanie Joe, Consultant – Research and Insights, MSLGROUP ad:tech, the international conference for digital and interactive marketing and communications, saw its India chapter u ...

SxSW 2017: The Future of Intelligent Life

SxSW 2017: The Future of Intelligent Life

After a busy week in Austin, Texas attending SxSW 2017, Carolina Fullen, director of Innovation and Social Engagement at MSLGROUP ANDREOLI recaps her learnings from the final discu ...

SxSW 2017: Artificial Intelligence, the Future of Work & Neuroscience

SxSW 2017: Artificial Intelligence, the Future of Work & Neuroscience

We are in the homestretch of SXSW 2017! In today's bulletin, both Carolina Fullen and Marcelo Minutti, specialists from MSLGROUP Andreoli who are in Texas to attend the biggest cre ...

SxSW 2017: Influence Marketing and Data Analysis

SxSW 2017: Influence Marketing and Data Analysis

Influence marketing for a digital world and data analysis for health and content solutions are today's highlight in biggest creativity events in the world. The South by Southwest F ...

SxSW 2017: Brand Interaction & The World Without Keyboards in Spotlight

SxSW 2017: Brand Interaction & The World Without Keyboards in Spotlight

Third day of sessions at SXSW 2017 and our digital and innovation experts bring to us some news about "Brand Interaction", "The World without Keyboards", "Netflix Customization" an ...

SxSW 2017: Big Data and The Future of Journalism

SxSW 2017: Big Data and The Future of Journalism

Recapping the discussions from the second day of SXSW, our digital, innovation and social engagement experts talk about Recommendation Systems, Big Data and Invisible Influence. In ...

SxSW 2017: Fintech and the Future

SxSW 2017: Fintech and the Future

By Mark McClennan, SVP, MSLGROUP When most people think of SxSW, they think of major consumer brands, innovative technology startups and social, social, social. But there is a powe ...

Brexit at Work Barometer – Inaugural Findings by CNC

Over the coming months CNC's barometer, from a nationally representative sample of 1,200 UK medium and large enterprises, will provide a temperature check on changing views and opinions of managers across UK business post Brexit. Key findings from the month September UK workplace remains divided on Brexit Senior executives have a lot of work ahead Communications has a role to play in uniting a divided workf ...

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A Rich But Shaky Legislative Pipeline

The policy area for which Brexit presents the greatest challenges is Financial Services, where London’s €106tn volume of business in trading and clearing euros only takes place due to the City being in the EU. This will be one of the most controversial elements of the negotiations between the EU and the UK. The City is unlikely to safeguard its current status without the UK making concessions in other areas ...

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Brexit: Where Do We Go from Here?

By Leonardo Sforza, Managing Director, Brussels, MSLGROUP Few material changes have taken place in Brussels or London since 52% of Brits voted to leave the European Union on 23 June. But behind the scenes, perceptions are shifting and a world of uncertainty lies ahead of us. It has become clear that the political leadership that raised the Brexit question did not plan for the eventuality of the vote to leav ...

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Temer’s First 100 Days and Beyond

While Brazil has been in the Olympic spotlight, an important political drama has been also playing out. MSLGROUP’s latest thought leadership assesses the first 100 days in office of Brazil’s interim President Michel Temer and offers a perspective on the future. Temer is expected to be confirmed in office within two weeks, after Brazil’s senate approves the impeachment of suspended President Dilma Rousseff ( ...

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Transparency Coming for Genetically Engineered Foods

For more than a decade, while Europe rejected genetically engineered foods – GMOs in the popular parlance – Americans remained oblivious and unconcerned. In the meantime, U.S. grocery shelves were filled with products made from GM corn, soy and sugar beets. Yet, the blind indifference has not endured, as activists in the state of Vermont waged a successful referendum that forces labeling of products sold in ...

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Transatlantic Personal Data Processing: Complying with the New EU-US Privacy Shield

By Leonardo Sforza, Managing Director, Brussels, MSLGROUP In July 2016, the European Commission adopted its highly anticipated EU-US “Privacy Shield,” setting up a new data protection framework for organisations that transfer EU citizens’ personal data to the US. More than 4,000 organisations are expected to have to adapt their privacy policies and practices accordingly, and sign up to the new statutory req ...

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EU Deal for Better Rules on Pension Funds

By Leonardo Sforza, Managing Director, Brussels, MSLGROUP While the EU institutions continue to address the outcome of the UK referendum on EU membership and prepare to manage its repercussions, the ordinary work on the ground continues, notably in relation to pending legislation under review. Under the current Dutch Presidency of the Council of the EU, the European Parliament, the Council and the Commissio ...

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Six Things We Learnt From the EU Referendum

By Anna Davies, Senior Consultant at CNC Communications & Network Consulting The United Kingdom’s historic vote to leave the European Union surprised millions around the world. The subsequent explosion in media commentary and market turmoil has done little to guide, reassure or unite people around a path forward. CNC has listed the six things you need to know, and some key articles you need to read. Our ...

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The Day After Brexit Decision: What’s Next

By Leonardo Sforza, Managing Director, Brussels, MSLGROUP The night has been short in Brussels, and the coming days will be hectic for policy makers and business leaders trying to address the consequences of the British voting to leave the European Union by a majority of 52% to 48%. The meteorological storm that hit England and Belgium last night has left this morning open to a political tsunami that will h ...

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Q&A with MSLGROUP’s EU Affairs Lead on the BREXIT

By Leonardo Sforza, Managing Director, Brussels, MSLGROUP With a week to go before the landmark British referendum that on 23 June will call on national voters to decide for or against EU membership, we have asked Leonardo Sforza, managing director of the MSLGROUP office in Brussels and head of EU affairs at the firm, to share his views on and insights into an historic decision that will have far-reaching c ...

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