Tim Davis, CEO of Raremark, a real world evidence/data organisation in the rare diseases space, discusses the possible implications coronavirus will have on the wider eclinical and RWE/D markets.

Iain Colledge, a well-known K-12 leader and the Executive Principal at Raha International School in Abu Dhabi, discusses how he is developing and scaling his outstanding 4-18 IB World School. With over 20 years of experience leading international schools in UAE, Thailand, Bahrain and Jordan, in this podcast Iain shares his recent success in winning the ‘Best initiative to support students’ at the International Schools Awards, as well as how his organisation is managing their way through the current crisis.

Julian Minett, CEO at The Spencer Group, discusses the trends he currently sees internationally in recruitment and some of the solutions organisations are using to retain their activity during the pandemic. If you would like any advice or guidance during this time, please contact The Spencer Group directly.

What if we connected clinical trial subjects to a variety of sensors, gave them a nice smartphone, put Alexa all over their house, and let them go about their day to day life, managing their condition whilst we remotely monitor them within a clinical trial?

David Kedwards, CEO of Wall Street English, the premier provider of English language instruction for individuals and corporate clients in 30 countries, discusses his view on the opportunities in ELT within ASEAN

Experienced entrepreneur Tim Davis, one of the founders and ex-CEO of Exco in Touch before its strategic sale to ERT, discusses his experience in founding an eclinical business including how to scale and how to drive a strategic exit.

Jim Knight, Chief Education and External Officer at TES, uses his political background as a former Cabinet minister in the Labour Government and member of the Privy Council and House of Lords, to offer his insight into the changing dynamics of the return on investment in today’s environment for higher education students

Jim Knight, Chief Education and External Officer at TES, uses his political background as a former Cabinet minister in the Labour Government and member of the Privy Council and House of Lords, to offer his insight into the changing dynamics of the return on investment in today’s environment for higher education students

Henning Fries, CEO at Bloom Education, reflects on his global experience within international tourism and hospitality before entering the K-12 market a number of years ago.

Mark Anderson evaluates how academic publishing can develop internationally as organisations continue to struggle with the digital agenda, as well as looking into the challenges within the education technology space.

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