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The OC&C Media Top 100 (2008)

Friday 07 November 2008

Report

Old certainties are no more.  But new revenues are there to be won.  The Media Top 100 shows the diversity of the media sector and the rewards for businesses that are prepared to adapt.  

Media companies face a simple choice: Adopt a business model that’s leaner, smarter and more profitable OR lose control of your destiny. Put like that it’s no choice. OC&C’s Media team can not only help you come up with the plan, but also put it into action.  We view the digital revolution as the greatest opportunity and risk to hit the industry in a generation.

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Tuesday 22 November 2011

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Friday 05 April 2013

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Tuesday 05 February 2008

Lean mean selling machine

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Friday 08 January 2010

Navigating turbulent waters

Despite the economic storm, European software cuts a dash through choppy waters. The sector has also performed resiliently through the recession, with most companies maintaining growth

Wednesday 27 April 2011

Opportunity knocks

For many years, the education sector has been poorly understood, captured as a subset of business services or the media sector. Education does however deserve more attention

Wednesday 27 February 2013

School of hard knocks

The higher education sector in the UK has witnessed significant growth over the past three decades, with a combination of demographic, economic and policy drivers fuelling demand (as measured by the number of applications) since the 1980s

Thursday 06 October 2011

The fog is lifting

For decades, customer service has been poorly understood – an afterthought to the proposition, a cost to be managed, or worse a series of independent and uncosted decisions which add up to an unplanned customer service experience

Sunday 19 May 2013

Why have U.S. K-12 materials been so slow to "go digital"?

Investors and corporate managers are growing old while waiting for education markets to “go digital”. Other information businesses have made the transition, many over a decade ago

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