Articles tagged with ‘indigo ltd’

  1. Data for Sale?

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 10th March 2010

    The news breaking this afternoon that T-Mobile staff sold customer information on the open market doesn’t surprise me in the least. It’s a sad fact of human nature that someone will exploit a security loophole for personal gain if it exists, particularly as the ‘going rate’ for selling such data is very high. In this case the data was purchased and used by a rival mobile phone firm in ...

  2. Tomorrow's world: what happens when the public & charitable sectors merge?

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 23rd May 2010

    It’s the eve of the day when the new Government will announce their plans for £6bn of cuts to national expenditure, and I’m musing. I feel worried that the cultural and creative industries will fare badly in tomorrow’s announcements. Although the new Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt has assured us that the cuts to arts and culture will not be disproportionate, I can’t see how they can...

  3. Under-developed audiences?

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 19th March 2010

    Yesterday I had the privilege of sitting on the Royal Philharmonic Society’s judging panel for their audience development award. Held annually, it’s always a very genial affair, with a panel made up of interesting people working in this area from around the UK who spend several hours cogitating, debating and ruminating over the shortlist and eventual winner, and then retire to a local rest...

  4. Why bankers should take their bonuses

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 22nd February 2010

    So, another day, another bonus waived by a bank chief executive. Eric Daniels of Lloyds Banking Group has let it be known that he won’t take his bonus, despite his board feeling that the payment was deserved. In the current climate, this tiny club of well-paid bankers in the upper echelons of their sector are probably well advised to make this kind of grand gesture. And yes, they got the...