July 2015

  • Filling the Gender Gap In STEM, a view from Ladies Who Code in Europe and Asia

    On a sunny Thursday afternoon, FTI Consulting hosted a panel of women in various fields to discuss obstacles, possibilties and importance of filling the gender gap in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Together at the FTI Consulting Brussels office, the group moderated by Cheryl Miller is Founder and Executive Director of the Digital Leadership Institute, talked about what it…

  • COP21 – What is in for business in Paris? #COP21

    With only 10 negotiation meetings left until COP21, the Council of the EU notes with concern the slow progress in the run-up to a global climate deal expected in December, in Paris. In our new Energy Flash FTI Consulting’s Energy team looks at some of the (un)official national commitments and how these will provide opportunities…

  • Coding for the 21st Century Workplace

      Coding is the new literacy standard of the 21st century. Learning your ABCs was enough to compete in the market in 20th century, but today you also need Java, Ruby, C# or C++. Unfortunately, this statement doesn’t make sense to many corporates and their personnel as they don’t see the relevance of coding for…

  • Europe goes for telecom reform – dynamic overhaul or business as usual?

    The European Commission has published part of its plans to assess and reform Europe’s Telecoms Rules. In our latest snapshot Marcus Pepperell and Orestis Kalliantzidis from FTI Consulting’s Telco team provide an overview of the proposals, expected timetable and how and when stakeholders can potentially get involved.

  • The General Data Protection Regulation – a light at the end of the tunnel ?

      The overhaul of the EU’s data protection rules, a crucial foundation for a successful Digital Single Market, is finally regaining momentum on its way to final adoption. The General Data Protection Regulation will have wide-ranging implications for citizens and businesses alike. The challenge is to give the citizens control over their data without impeding…

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