For knowledge managers and information managers, providing quality market intelligence presents its own challenges, from deciding which platforms and data sources to use to the amount organisations are willing to pay for such intelligence.
Statistics published in 2015 by Universities UK suggested there are 125,000 EU students at UK universities, and 14 per cent academic staff come from other EU nations. Combined they generated more than £2.2bn for the economy and creating 19,000 jobs.
The result of the United Kingdom’s EU Referendum sent shockwaves around the world, moving markets and challenging the world order as know it. Here are seven ways the Financial Times can keep you and your team on top of all the latest Brexit developments and the implications for Britain, the EU and the global economy:
The political, economic and social landscape is fast-moving. And much of it is driven by technology disruption. Within the academic and education market, this has had a great number of implications from how disciplines are taught in the classroom or through distance learning; to the work skill sets and experience companies demanding from graduates.