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Chriss Andrews

Chriss Andrews

CEO at KA2 Limited
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Bio My passions are people and business. I am very proud to have been responsible for creating a number of successful organisations, all of which have revolved around helping others to achieve their own business and personal development goals.

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Banking Strategy, Digital and Transformation

Where do you 'Wannabe' in 20 years?

25 Sep 2018

According to a recent PwC study… “Up to 30% of UK jobs could potentially be at high risk of automation by the early 2030s.” https://www.pwc.co.uk/economic-services/ukeo/pwcukeo-section-4-automation-march-2017-v2.pdf That's not long – especially when you consider that 20 years ago The Spice Girls were number one in the UK charts with Wannabe. O...

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These days, the way 'WeWork', not where we work is so important

14 Aug 2018

The world over, most major corporations are investing small fortunes in their technology transformation programmes, which is all very well, but if they can’t attract and retain the right talent what happens next? Whilst we focus on implementing new technologies and the undoubted benefits they deliver, we must not underestimate the profound impact ...

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Fintech

Why .io is the cool new domain

12 Apr 2018

In today’s digital age a web domain carries the same kudos as what watch you wear or what school your kids go to. Top Level Domains (TLDs) are at the highest level in the hierarchical domain name system and they are organised into three main groups: Country code top level (ccTLD), Generic top level (gTLD) and Infrastructure top level (.arpa). The ...

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Business Knowledge for IT

Complexity creates a maze between you and success. Simplicity ensures a clear line of sight

23 Mar 2018

In today’s digital world no one is safe. In fact, the bigger you are – the harder you fall. Reputations can be made or broken in a day, social media has given the world a voice and what this means is that there is nowhere to hide. Not only that, but increased competition and heightened political and economic pressure has meant that the authorities...