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Evening Standard Column - Britain is Suffering because Politicians Don't Get Tech

last modified Oct 13, 2016 12:15 PM
Evening Standard Article by Anthony Hilton - following Servcie Week 2016 Industry Day Conference

Evening Standar Column - Anthony Hilton: The UK is suffering because politicians don’t get tech

The world’s biggest taxi company, Uber, does not own any taxis. The world’s biggest retailer, Alibaba, does not own any shops. The world’s biggest media company, Facebook, does not create any content. The world’s biggest hotel company, Airbnb, does not own any hotels. Furthermore, none of these businesses existed 20 years ago.  [full article]

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