Data Science & Analytics

Data Science & Analytics are our passion. Whether it’s the offline disciplines of Customer Insight, Database Marketing or Econometrics – or the online world of Digital Data, SEO and Web Analytics – we understand the disciplines and, more importantly, the people who share our passion within these sectors.

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We understand the importance of Technology to your business – whether you are a professional employed in the sector or a client within an Technology business.  We understand what you do, why you do it and what you are looking to achieve. We solve Technology problems by identifying talent within the marketplace or by identifying roles and organisations for talented individuals.

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Digital Media is big business. It pertains to anything that is electronic; online or accessible by mobile, hand-held devices and IPTV, videogame consoles that connect to an online platform, online social networks where users can interact and inform, portals for sharing anything from photos to music, interactive design and all the development that goes on in the background that makes the user experience flow seamlessly.

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Recent Opinion Pieces

Latest posts from the MBN Thought Leadership Collection. Want to us to cover a particular area in the future? Get in touch via our contact page.

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Scotland’s Future Coding Talent win in Ireland

Last Friday morning, at 0530, I awoke my son. We had a flight to Dublin to catch. Lucas had been selected, along with his team mate Michael, to travel to CoderDojo’s Coolest Projects Showcase in order to present and demonstrate their Technology Project – an arcade style spaceship game with an innovative control and scoring


Data Scientist 2.0, who they are? And how we placed 50 in Scotland for The Data Lab.

Increasingly fast moving, transformational businesses require key staff with data science and analytics skills. Today, we are seeing this spread even more to traditional businesses.  As we see new approaches to data enabled business and decision making, together with the increase in high quality insight and analytics tools, it is clear that data has a

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Scotland plots data skills fightback against the robots

In just ten years’ time, nearly half of Scotland’s workforce could face being replaced by automated alternatives. A forecast by the Institute for Public Policy Research Scotland said 46% of jobs – or 1.2 million employees – were at “high risk” of being performed by robots, rather than humans by 2030. In the face of