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Tavistock Talks

  • Market Share with David Cracknell and James Laing (4)

    19 ENE. 2024 · David Cracknell and James Laing meet for the fourth episode of Market Share, dedicated to covering the politics and economics of the day. The pair look back over 2023, as well as forward to 2024 and the biggest election year in history, where roughly half the world’s population and GDP is up for grabs. Their conversation also covers equity markets, AI, the significance of Taiwan, crypto currency, and much more. James and David’s book recommendations are listed below: Chip War: The Fight for the World’s Most Critical Technology – by Chris Miller (first published 2022) The Man Who Solved the Market: How Jim Simons Launched the Quant Revolution – by Gregory Zuckerman (first published 2019) The Power Law: Venture Capital and the Making of the New Future – by Sebastian Mallaby (first published 2022)
    19m 11s
  • Introducing our new financial services specialist, Henry Adefope.

    1 DIC. 2023 · Tara Vivian-Neal meets with Tavistock’s newest director, Henry Adefope. Henry has over 13 years’ experience in the investment sector having started his career on the market desk at Goldman Sachs, evolving into a career advising the biggest global names in asset and wealth management on a range of high-profile corporate PR campaigns and special situations. He joined Tavistock in August 2023. In a wide-ranging discussion, Henry shares his unconventional route into the world of financial PR, the challenges he has faced in his career so far, and what we can expect to see from Tavistock’s financial services team in the future.
    16m 15s
  • In Conversation with...Tavistock's former journalists.

    18 OCT. 2023 · David Cracknell meets with Gareth Tredway and James Whitmore to discuss their former lives as journalists. Bringing together expertise from the political, natural resources and property spheres, the three colleagues discuss how they got into journalism, how they came about their biggest stories, and their thoughts on the job looking back at it now from the world of PR. Gareth shares an insight into his early days in South Africa as he made the initial move into journalism from accounting, James tells of getting a big scoop via a fax machine, and David recounts an anecdote of his time working round the corner from Tony Blair and Alastair Campbell.
    24m 16s
  • Market Share with David Cracknell and James Laing (3)

    20 JUL. 2023 · David Cracknell and James Laing meet for our newest Market Share episode, dedicated to covering the politics and economics of the day. David and James provide an update on the economic landscape now that the worst of the inflation spike is hopefully behind us; they also discuss what’s going on with the continued lack of M&A activity in London and go on to cover Jeremy Hunt’s recent Mansion House speech, persistent competition with the more attractive US market, and whether AI is worth investing in.
    17m 10s
  • TMT and the challenges facing the tech market.

    10 JUL. 2023 · Heather Armstrong, Lulu Bridges and Katie Hopkins meet to discuss their view of the market from their position on Tavistock’s TMT team. The conversation covers what themes we are seeing in the London market this year as well as the obstacles and challenges facing the FTSE when competing with the Dow Jones in the US. The team also consider what we can expect from the rest of 2023.
    7m 41s
  • Bookmark Reading Charity: Introducing our 2023 Charity Partner

    31 MAY. 2023 · Heather Armstrong meets with Emily Jack, Head of Schools, and Jenny Cater, Volunteer Attraction & Engagement Manager, to introduce Bookmark Reading Charity, Tavistock’s charity partner for 2023. Emily and Jenny explain why Bookmark’s fight to improve children’s literacy is so crucial; they also share their own inspirations for joining the organisation and how you too can get involved. To learn more about Bookmark Reading Charity, visit their website at http://www.bookmarkreading.org
    9m 3s
  • Market Share with David Cracknell and James Laing (2)

    27 ABR. 2023 · David Cracknell and James Laing meet for our new series of Market Share podcasts dedicated to covering the politics and economics of the day. This episode sees David and James look back over the first few months of the year: how the SVB crisis differed from the 2008 financial crash and whether the government has done enough to prevent another major economic collapse; the status and progress of IPOs and M&A activity; and the crucial question, why does the UK market keep shrinking?
    13m 12s
  • In Conversation With...Editor of The Sunday Times Rich List, Robert Watts

    29 MAR. 2023 · Tavistock’s David Cracknell speaks to Robert Watts, Editor of The Sunday Times Rich List, ahead of the 2023 edition in early May. Robert gives a fascinating insight into the production of the supplement, how to get in the list and how to stay out…plus an exclusive small hint at what we can expect to see in the Rich List 2023.
    25m 39s
  • Market Share with David Cracknell and James Laing (1)

    31 ENE. 2023 · Tavistock’s David Cracknell meets with their newly appointed non-executive director, James Laing, for the first in a series of quarterly podcasts dedicated to covering the politics and economics of the day. This first episode of Market Share sees David and James look back over 2022, as well as forward to 2023. Their conversation covers whether the British economy was going pear shaped before the Truss & Kwarteng mini budget and if global markets are now more comfortable with Rishi Sunak and Jeremy Hunt at the helm, as well as expectations and forecasts for equities, investments, and central banks over the coming months.
    13m 30s
  • In Conversation With...Sunday Times' Economics Editor, David Smith

    23 NOV. 2022 · Tavistock’s David Cracknell meets with The Sunday Times’ Economics Editor, David Smith, to discuss whether there is light at the end of the political tunnel. Their conversation covers the effects of the biggest UK recession in 300 years, whether the recent budget will help the Tories get ahead in the polls, and if its smart party policies or “mood music” that decide elections. David Smith has been Economics Editors of the Sunday times since 1989. He is also chief leader-writer, assistant editor and policy adviser, as well as being the author of several books and a visiting professor at Cardiff and Nottingham Universities.
    14m 39s

Tavistock Talks is the financial public relations podcast, hosted by Tavistock Communications, discussing key trends in the City and in business. Each episode features industry experts breaking down the details...

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Tavistock Talks is the financial public relations podcast, hosted by Tavistock Communications, discussing key trends in the City and in business. Each episode features industry experts breaking down the details of their sector and its relation to current affairs.
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