My Indian Advizture

So (what now seems an age ago) I took my annual holiday, and went back (for the 5th time) to my favorite country…India.

While digging out the back-pack from the back of the wardrobe, I came across our stash of photo’s…about 5 albums of old holidays, and a huge box of photos in the pending/holding-queue! (this will mean nothing to anyone under 30, who may never have owned a physical photograph 😀 ). I also have copious amounts of pen-drives, hard-drives and clouds of other holiday photos, which rarely get an outing. So while we were away…travelling about, having a wicked time, taking snaps I was trying to think of a better way to create a holiday album Continue reading My Indian Advizture

Managing by Averages… of Averages

Much of my visual analysis is performed to help large companies – usually retailers and their suppliers – to better understand a perplexing problem or opportunity in their organisation. How can we reduce waste in our stores? Which promotions drive the desired behaviour in customers and why? What effect does non-delivery at depot have on availability in store? What’s the optimum product range for our biscuits category? etc.

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