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  • Claire Enders

    Claire Enders founded Enders Analysis in 1997. Claire is one of the most experienced analysts and forecasters in UK and European media and telecoms. With more than 30 years in strategy development and market research in these sectors, she is often referred to as the doyenne of media analysts. Claire is particularly valued for her independent views and insights regarding cyclical and structural impacts on companies in the media, telecoms, technology and retail sectors. Claire is a graduate of Yale and of the London Business School. Enders Analysis supports a wide range of charities in the UK with which Claire is actively involved, including the NSPCC, and many cultural enterprises. Claire is a Trustee of Glyndebourne and a Trustee of the Natural History Museum development trust. 

  • James Barford

     James covers fixed and telecoms mobile operators in the UK and Europe, and has over 15 years experience in the telecoms sector. He is a qualified chartered accountant and a former senior equity analyst with Lehman Brothers, and was an international consultant with PwC in the telecoms strategy and policy team.James holds a degree in mathematics from Oxford University. 

  • Thomas Caldecott

    Thomas is a research analyst working in the media team. He has contributed to projects examining the newspaper and consumer magazines industries. Thomas holds a BA in Politics from the University of Durham. 

  • Dr. Alice Enders

     Alice reports on global recorded music market developments and supplies consultancy services on licensing and B2B media. She is a former senior economist at the World Trade Organisation and was professor of economics at York University, Canada.Alice holds a doctorate in economics from Queens University, Canada. 

  • Joseph Evans

    Joseph is a research analyst in the media team. He has contributed to work on the press and digital media. He holds a BA in Philosophy and Theology from the University of Oxford.

  • Theo Gibson

    Theo is a telecoms research analyst covering fixed line telecoms in the UK and mobile telecoms in the UK and Europe. Theo holds a degree in Economics from the University of Durham.

  • François Godard

     François covers French fixed telecoms market and continental TV and media developments. He consults for the Conseil Supérieur de l’Audiovisuel and the European Broadcasting Union, and worked for the Aegis media services group.François holds a degree from the Institut d’études politiques in Paris. 

  • Shirley Goorwich

    Shirley looks after invoicing and credit control. She is an experienced accounts manager and has worked in both financial and investment sectors and in local Government.

  • Chris Hayes

    Chris is a research analyst and economist working in the media team, and has contributed to work on recorded music and the creative industries. He holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics & Economics from the University of Oxford.

  • Gill Hind

    Gill has widespread knowledge of the TV and radio markets. She was previously Operations Director at Freeview, and has run strategy teams in Channel 4 and Capital Radio, where she was also responsible for media regulation and competition issues. Gill holds a psychology degree from Bristol University. 

  • Dr Eva Knoll

    Eva reports on online video and TV markets in Europe and the US, with a special focus on online video platforms like YouTube and associated businesses. She also covers related topics in European media regulation. Eva holds a doctorate in media regulation from the London School of Economics and a MA in Business Administration and Journalism from the University of Hamburg, Germany.

  • Ian Maude

     Ian is a widely cited analyst of online media. He is a former VP at AOL Europe, where he was on the UK management board with responsibility for commercial revenue. He played a lead role in establishing IABUK, the industry body promoting internet marketing. Ian holds an MBA from Warwick Business School.  

  • Douglas McCabe

    Douglas is an opinion leader on print and online media, reports on media substitution, and consults on commercial strategies for the internet age. He is a former director of Fish4, the online advertising portal, and was responsible for market research and sales development at the HMV Group.Douglas holds a degree from Stirling University.

  • Rukshan Mehra

    Rukshan is a telecoms research analyst covering fixed line telecoms in the UK and mobile telecoms in the UK and Europe. Rukshan has also worked in projects across the media sector with a particular focus on internet trends and online activities including social media, gaming and e-commerce. Rukshan holds an MA in Psychology and Business Studies from the University of Edinburgh.

  • Dr Toby Syfret

    Toby Syfret covers television market developments in the UK and continental Europe. He has provided independent consultancy services on international TV broadcast and new media development issues. He is a leading international authority on ‘peoplemeter’ measurement of television audiences. Toby previously managed the Ogilvy and Mather European media centre, and was head of new media at J. Walter Thompson.Toby holds a doctorate in philosophy (developmental psychology) from Oxford University.

  • Heloise Thomson

    Heloise is a research analyst focusing on digital companies. She has worked on a range of projects within this sector, including the video game industry, social media and internet trends. She holds a BSc in Anthropology from University College London.

  • Michael Underhill

     Michael is a research analyst who has assisted in a variety of projects across media and telecoms. He has particular knowledge about the Irish and UK TV broadcasting industry.He holds a BA in Politics from the University of Leeds. 

  • Leo Watkins

    Leo is a research analyst working in the media team. He has worked on a range of projects, including press regulation and the future of magazines. He holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford.