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Yesterday it was announced that Monzo would be changing their policy on overseas cash withdrawals. I have noted a fair few people across linkedin taking delight in this “setback”….. Lots of  “Not so free anymore” and “RIP Monzo”. Understandably this is the extreme end of the scale but I find people’s speed to take any opportunity to knock an innovator, especially in the backward world of consumer finance disheartening. …

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Moving to a new country can be quite challenging, so I thought joining a facebook group for Dutch people in London would be a great idea. One day something caught my eye. Somebody shared an event. An event about sprinkles. Easyjet would be hosting a pop up cafe, Cafe van der Sprinkles. In the announcement EasyJet claimed that 750,000 Dutch people eat sprinkles on bread for breakfast every day, …

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London is a very exciting city for new technology. After researching digital and technical places worth visiting, Bird Street came up as ‘The new eco-friendly smart street in London’. It claims to have tiles that generate energy, a bench that surrounds you with clean air and pop-up shops that showcase the future of technology in retail. Sounds like it’s worth checking out, right?   Arriving at Bird Street, it …

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A couple of weeks ago we travelled to Molineux for the first ever junior fan parliament (as a part of the new Wolves website development). The aim was to gain a deeper understanding of the online habits of younger fans and also to find some ways of making this new platform really exciting for them. We met with the group of 5 junior fans – 4 of which were …

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Last week, Perform group launched DAZN, an online service allowing people in Switzerland, Germany and Austria to watch a lot of online sport for €9.99  (a little bit less than £8.80) in what everyone has started to call the “Netflix of sport”. At Aqueduct, live sport consumption is very important for us, our clients (TeamGB, Manchester City, Sunderland AFC or QPR) and their fans. We love it so much that we …

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A few months after the opening of the store in Union Square, San Francisco, Apple is opening its first “Town Square” shop in Europe, on Regent Street, London. 2016 is a pivotal year for Apple’s retail division. This pivot can be seen in two symbolic details: Angela Ahrendts is now SVP of Retail (instead of Retail & Online Stores) The stores are no longer called Apple Store but just …

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