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Digital Masters: Transforming UK business is a three-part series hosted by Robert Miller from the Times business desk, in association with KPMG

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Find out how the most established UK businesses are embracing digital transformation.Digital Masters: Transforming UK business is a three-part series hosted by Robert Miller from the Times business desk, in association with KPMGIn our final episode we look at how businesses are remaking agile in uncertain markets, and using tech and digital innovation to thrive through Brexit and beyond.Robert Miller is joined for a discussion by Tim Sarson, KPMG’s tax expert and Chris Meadows, Head of Marketing and Communications at IQE.We also visit the Waitrose farm in Hampshire to chat to Sam Watson-Jones and Ben Scott-Robinson, co-founders of the Small Robot Company. Their agri-tech startup is changing the game for farmers of the the future. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Find out how the most established UK businesses are future-proofing themselves in an age of digital transformation.Digital Masters: Transforming UK business is a three-part series hosted by Robert Miller from the Times business desk, in association with KPMGIn our second episode, we’ll join Ocado’s CTO Paul Clarke for a tour around their slick, robotic fulfilment centre in Erith. Robert’s joined in the studio by Michael Wignall, CTO of Microsoft UK, Shashi Verma, CTO at TFL as well as KPMG’s Lorraine Mackin and Shamus Rae for expert discussion and analysis of the opportunities that lie in digital. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Find out how UK businesses are embracing AI and digital opportunities to take customer service to the next level.Digital Masters: Transforming UK business is a three-part series hosted by Robert Miller from the Times business desk, in association with KPMGIn our first episode, we'll find out how Vodafone's chatbot is changing customer experience with COO Neil Blagden. We're also joined by Tony Prestedge, CEO of Nationwide, Richard Orme, CTO of Photobox Group and Adrian Clamp from KPMG to thoroughly dig into our topic. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Digital Masters: Transforming UK business is a three-part series hosted by Robert Miller from the Times business desk, in association with KPMG.Launching March 27th 2019. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Harry Wilson, City Editor, James Dean, US Business Editor and Alex Ralph, Business reporter, discuss the cost of motor insurance; the investment case for marijuana and why spread betting and cryptocurrencies like bitcoin can seriously damage your wealth Hosted by: Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Katherine Griffiths, Banking Editor, Deirdre Hipwell, Retail Editor, and Callum Jones, Markets reporter discuss bank dividends; spending; and whether shareholders get a good deal from investment in sports Hosted by: Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Alexandra Frean, Business columnist, Katherine Griffiths, Banking Editor and Tom Knowles, Economics correspondent, discuss space rockets to Mars, Tesla electric cars and living with higher ratesHosted by Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Oil fever drives inflation

Oil fever drives inflation

2018-02-0100:23:36

Emily Gosden, Energy Editor, Harry Wilson, City Editor and Callum Jones, Markets reporter, discuss crude prices, Bank of England interest rates and UK jobsHosted by Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Alexandra Frean, Business columnist, Robert Lea, Industrial Editor and Callum Jones, Markets reporter, discuss the difficulties faced by female workers; Britain's role in world trade and soaraway sterling Hosted by: Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Elton John tops Davos bill

Elton John tops Davos bill

2018-01-1800:17:55

Philip Aldrick, Economics Editor, and Katherine Griffiths, Banking Editor, discuss the 2018 World Economic Forum where Sir Elton John and Cate Blanchett join world leaders at the 48th annual meetingHosted by: Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Alex Ralph, Business reporter, Tom Knowles, property correspondent and James Dean, US Business editor discuss whether President Trump's 30,000 target for the Dow Jones is a realistic prospect; the retail landscape and the housing marketHosted by: Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Emily Gosden, Energy Editor, Alexandra Frean, Business columnist and Alex Ralph, Business reporter, discuss fuel costs; how Janet Yellen has become a feminist icon and: build your own robot - a novel gift for all the family Hosted by: Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Has Britain fallen flat on its face? Is the City more resilient to Brexit, or just more confused? And now we've taken back control, what next? Bruno Waterfield, Marcus Leroux and Katherine Griffiths join Callum Jones to discuss. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Bitcoin: Fortune Or Fraud?

Bitcoin: Fortune Or Fraud?

2017-11-3000:22:05

Bitcoin: Fortune or fraud?James Dean, US Business Editor, Robert Lea, Industrial Editor and Deirdre Hipwell, Retail Editor, discuss whether Bitcoin is a gigantic 'ponzi' scheme or a genuine investment opportunity; Britain's struggle for an industrial strategy and the seasonal outlook for retailers Hosted by Robert Miller - @RobertMMiller1 For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Marcus Leroux, Trade correspondent, Tom Knowles, Economics correspondent and Callum Jones, Markets reporter, look ahead to Opec's meeting in Vienna, North Sea prospects and why Budget breaks for first time buyers are a mirage.Hosted by: Robert Miller (@RobertMMiller1) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Philip Aldrick, Economics Editor, Anne Ashworth, Personal Finance and Property Editor and Alex Ralph, Business correspondent, look ahead to the Chancellor's Budget and what he needs to do to keep voters and business onsideHosted by: Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Bruno Waterfield, Brussels correspondent and James Dean, US Business Editor, discuss the EU's view of Britain's economy and the Brexit talks; Wall Street's record run and whether technology companies like Apple and Facebook are being targeted by a trans-Atlantic tax squeeze.Hosted by Robert Miller For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Tom Knowles, Economics correspondent, Emily Gosden, Energy Editor, and Callum Jones, Markets reporter, discuss living with higher rates; where oil prices are headed and why high street retailers have a problem.Hosted by Robert Miller. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Philip Aldrick, Economics Editor and Katherine Griffiths, Banking Editor, discuss why Mark Carney must keep his credibility and vote to increase the cost of borrowing in November and how banks are struggling to satisfy investors For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Saudi Arabia: Beyond oil

Saudi Arabia: Beyond oil

2017-10-1900:19:35

Deirdre Hipwell, Martin Waller and Tom Knowles discuss why British companies are flocking to a forthcoming investment summit in Riyadh; what Mike Ashley wants at Debenhams and how Whitbread is faringHosted by Robert MillerAssistant Producer: Sam Lewis For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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