Business and Leadership

The latest from FanFinders’ CEO and co-founders on topics such as team management, remote working, boosting morale and business growth.

Creative Data Labs – business problems and bright futures

In his latest blog, FanFinders’ CEO and co-founder Alec Dobbie reflects on his experience as a judge at one of the Data and Marketing Association’s Creative Data Labs. Last month, I was honoured to be asked by the Data and Marketing Association (DMA Talent) to be a judge at one of their virtual Creative Data …

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Talking entrepreneurship… with Adam Gillett

In this latest edition of our series delving into the realities behind entrepreneurship, we caught up with a man who, after almost 25 years spent in advertising and direct marketing channels, knows how to give a straight answer. Having played a crucial role in the company’s growth in the North American market – where Your …

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How to know if you’re putting too much pressure on your team

Remote working during a pandemic means a host of new pressures. These include but aren’t limited to home-schooling kids, navigating a small space where you and your partner are both working (and they talk really loud!), noisy neighbours, or even scrambling desperately from a team meeting to intercept your weekly online food shop down three …

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Talking entrepreneurship… with Neil Stephenson

Not all entrepreneurs are made equal and some don’t even enjoy speaking about themselves as such. As part of our series delving into the realities behind entrepreneurship (we’re cutting out all the fluff), we caught up with FanFinders’ co-founder and acquisition marketing maverick Neil Stephenson. A crucial part of the journey that has seen the …

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Talking entrepreneurship… with Alec Dobbie

Often, stories about entrepreneurship focus on extreme examples of companies going from nothing to stratospheric overnight. The startup bubble makes it easy to envision the classic Silicon Valley path which sees millions in investment in your idea on day one and no looking back, but the growth journey for many companies is about being realistic …

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