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Articles by 'Justin Westcott'

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Justin Westcott

Justin joined Edelman in 2006. He has over thirteen years’ experience of agency side experience working across technology and consumer clients. He is the General Manager of the UK technology practice, leading a team of consultants representing some of the most interesting brands in the industry today.

Edelman Trust Barometer 2019 - UK Launch

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Edelman Trust Barometer 2019 - UK Launch

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The 2019 Trust Barometer is Edelman’s 19th annual trust and credibility survey, measuring trust across a number of institutions, sectors and geographies.

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In praise of audacious technology

Justin Westcott

In praise of audacious technology

Justin Westcott

Technology has made the world a much better place to live. Justin Westcott believes it will continue to do so.

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School. What is it good for?

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Justin Westcott

School. What is it good for?

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The heart-ache. The pride. The excitement. The trepidation. The first day of school.

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Ready to ride the AI wave?

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Justin Westcott

Ready to ride the AI wave?

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Much is being said, of late, about the technological-led demise of many white-collar professions. Accounting, lawyers, bankers and medical professionals are becoming the modern-day miners facing the creative destructive...

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SXSW: Killed the Cat

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Justin Westcott

SXSW: Killed the Cat

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Austin, that likes to refer to itself as “keeping things weird”, is a home of great diversity. It’s probably my favourite city in the US due to its melting...

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Web Summit 2016: 10 key take-outs from Lisbon

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Justin Westcott

Web Summit 2016: 10 key take-outs from Lisbon

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As the sun sets on Web Summit - yes there was sun it was in Lisbon - here are 10 key take-outs from Justin Westcott, Managing Director.

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The Breakfast Taco & Five things I learned from SXSW Interactive

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Justin Westcott

The Breakfast Taco & Five things I learned from SXSW Interactive

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Justin Westcott, Managing Director, Technology compares the Breakfast Taco to SXSW in their ability to combine disparate ingredients. SXSW's mix of music, film, politics, science, marketing and technology -seems...

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The next big thing has been around (and around) for years

Justin Westcott

The next big thing has been around (and around) for years

Justin Westcott

The numbers don't lie. GIFs aren't a fad or a gimmick, there is something much more important happening here. We should all take note. Justin Wescott, Managing Director, Technology,...

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Between a rock and a hard place (to get into)

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Between a rock and a hard place (to get into)

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Greetings from SXSW 2016. For those of you wondering what the hell SXSW is, well it is an annual culture and trade event in Austin Texas. Now in its...

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Five Lessons from Mobile World Congress Show 2016

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Justin Westcott

Five Lessons from Mobile World Congress Show 2016

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So the sun has gone down on another Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, arguably now the most important technology conference in Europe and some may argue the world. Having...

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Hour of Code: Who is going to build our future?

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Justin Westcott

Hour of Code: Who is going to build our future?

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Here is an interesting statistic from the recent Web Summit in Dublin: the starting salary for a Data Scientist today is $200,000. This is macro-economics at its simplest: supply...

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