As we continue our development as a growing, world-class global agency, it’s essential that we make strategic moves and expand the Finn Partners brand in Asia Pacific.Keep reading
- News April 4, 2017
- Views March 20, 2017
For as long as I can remember, I have always been fascinated with science fiction. The way technology influences our daily lives is captivating to me, which is a good thing seeing as I deal with technology on a daily basis in my job. I am also constantly feeding my brain with movies, books or TV series about speculative fictions.Keep reading
- News March 8, 2017
Each year on International Women’s Day, women and men around the world reflect on how to honor the contributions of women and provide greater opportunities for them.Keep reading
- Views February 10, 2017
Over the weekend I watched my first episode of Suits.Keep reading
- Views January 30, 2017
Technology organisations breed a certain type of communicator.Keep reading
- Views January 9, 2017
Artificial intelligence (AI) made its entry into the world of information security last year and it was remarkable how this innovative technology was received by this specialized audience in Europe. Usually, information security vendors constantly propagate new threats - such as the targeted attacks, the insider threats and ransomware - hype it up, and then bring appropriate solutions to the market. This time, end-users are generating most of the hype, while vendors are being the pragmatic ones.Keep reading
- Views November 22, 2016
Over the past few months, we’ve had the wonderful privilege to work for a pro-bono client, ART IN A CORNER.
- News November 10, 2016
Industry veteran adds biotech innovation depth to Finn Partners’ global reach and EU expertise in pharma and patient advocacy.
- Views November 4, 2016
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of the agency.
- Views October 18, 2016
Go back just a few decades and life as a student or job seeker seemed much simpler; tuition fees were non-existent, jobs were plentiful and, as such, there was less competition.Keep reading