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Job Locations United Kingdom-London
  Business Analyst - Permanent role Who we are The Economist is a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs, published weekly in print and digital editions, and daily through our Espresso app and Economist.com. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences, films and digital editions. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world. Headquartered in London, The Economist Group has offices and people across the globe, and is valued by its customers for its world-class insights and rigorous analysis. We have individual and corporate customers for our analysis, data and educational offerings. We value individuals who think differently and can challenge the status quo.   What we’re looking for The Economist Group is in the middle of a multi-year multi-platform transformation. The last two years have seen us transform our Subscriber experience for both Print and Digital customers and the immediate future is focused on tackling areas such as B2B Marketing & Sales, HR and Finance. As the core capabilities for each area are released, we look to continue enhancing our business and platform capabilities to better meet the needs of our customers. To support the business we are expanding our Subscriber platform capability and are looking for a Business Analyst to join this team. The subscription platforms are at the core of our business, they underpin our digital subscriptions and key business capabilities. While the initial focus is in our subscriptions arena, in the longer term this role could work to support platforms and business teams across the Economist. The successful candidate will be working to support the end to end process of changes across customer facing and business platforms, business teams, and product development. They will be focused from discovery analysis and understanding to supporting delivery within the team. Their investigations to validate and understand the incoming requests will take them across the business to ensure a thorough understanding of the change needed through process, technology or data. They will be part of a team of three Business analysts in this area and close collaboration across a vast remit will be essential. This role is part of the Business Analysis and Change discipline at The Economist, the team actively collaborates with each other to learn, grow and discover new skills to deliver effective change and value
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2022-8545
Job Locations United Kingdom-London | United States-NY-New York
  The Economist Group is a global media company with a long-standing reputation built on trust and rigour in both the B2C and B2B markets. Dedicated to the pursuit of progress -- for individuals, companies and the world –  we have a footprint on five continents. We are in the midst of a major company transformation that sees us working together differently, launching new products, services and experiences and rolling out new brands. This is an exciting time to join and help us shape the future.   Currently we are seeking a Senior Manager, Audience Development & Product Marketing to scale up marketing of The Economist & its newest app Espresso through the App Marketing paid ecosystem and grow the volume of new subscribers. This role will also be responsible for working with stakeholders across the business to improve Ecommerce conversion rates for all subscriber acquisition activities and optimise our organic search presence.   The ideal candidate is an experienced subject matter expert, who can help develop these areas at a point of real change and momentum in the business. This role reports to the Director of Audience Development & Product Marketing.    
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2022-8883
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
  Marketing Executive, Acquisition Location: London   EIU is the research and analysis division of The Economist Group, which includes The Economist newspaper. Created in 1946, EIU has over 70 years of experience in helping businesses, financial firms, academic institutions and governments to navigate the ever-changing global landscape.   Reporting to the Acquisition Marketing Manager, we are recruiting a Marketing Executive to join the acquisition team and focus on the implementation of content-led marketing campaigns, which raise awareness of the EIU brand, communicate its capabilities and generate leads.
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2022-8902
Job Locations United Kingdom-London | United Kingdom-Birmingham
  The Economist Intelligence Unit, (EIU) is a world leader in global business intelligence. We help businesses, the financial sector and governments to understand how the world is changing and how that creates opportunities to be seized and risks to be managed.   Delivering market leading analysis and insight is in our DNA. At our heart is a 50 year forecast of the majority of the world’s economies. We seek to analyse the future and deliver that insight through multiple channels, allowing our clients to take better trading, investment and policy decisions.   The role   This is an exciting time to be joining Economist Intelligence. We need an interim expert to help us shape the future technology that supports the heart of EIU, our forecasting and economic modelling tools and systems. Our current structures work, but they are legacy and constrain our ability to innovate new business models and improve the existing product sets.    Reporting to the Group VP of Engineering and the EIU Chief Digital Officer, you will be an integral part of our move to cloud native infrastructure for this part of our business, and how we integrate data science, machine learning and other techniques into our core and award-winning econometric expertise.   You will be responsible for defining the data roadmap and architecture design for the EIU’s forecasting platform as well as enabling the existing data engineering and econometric teams to grow their capabilities in modern data technologies, driving best practices and functional excellence.  You will work closely with the Chief Economist, Head of Financial Risk, Head of Economics Unit and Head of Data Engineering to enable us to define and build this new platform capability. You will have the opportunity to set the technical direction and to make your mark on a global brand's forecasting platform and we’re looking for someone who has not only done this before but is excited to join us and do it again.
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2022-8860
Job Locations Singapore-Singapore | China-Hong Kong | JP-Tokyo | AU-Sydney
    Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage global decision-makers on the critical economic and policy issues facing our world. As part of The Economist Group, our mission is to open debate, broaden perspectives and catalyse progress through evidence-based insight. We are seeking a Senior Manager based in one of our locations in Asia (Singapore or Hong Kong preferred), to work with an internationally-focused and diverse research team.   Our Policy & Insights team works with leading organisations to deliver research and content programmes to drive change on the world’s most pressing issues. Our four core thematic practice areas include (1) Globalisation, Trade & Finance; (2) Sustainability, Climate Change & Natural Resources; (3) Technology and Society and (4) Public Health.   As Senior Manager you will drive research and consulting projects and develop thought leadership to support client engagements. You will manage small and highly-productive project teams to deliver high-quality work to tight timelines. You will demonstrate intellectual leadership in your areas of expertise and work with clients to generate ideas and create impact.
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2022-8798
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
  The Economist Group: where people drive progress At The Economist Group, we champion progress, by helping people understand and tackle the critical challenges facing the world. Join us, to engineer innovative products that bring insight and analysis to global leaders in business and government. Whether ideating mobile apps that deliver personalised content, or evolving our flagship website, economist.com, you will help transform how we acquire, convert, engage and retain our 1.2 million subscribers.    We are developing a world-class enablement team and have an exciting opportunity for a Senior DevOps Engineer to help us build functional systems that improve our customer experience. The enablement team is responsible for driving DevOps across all of our product engineering teams. As a Senior DevOps Engineer you will partner with Senior Management to embed cloud technology and best practice; transforming the capabilities and efficiency of product engineering teams within our organisation.   The engineering division has experienced unprecedented growth over the last 18 months, and as a result we’re looking for a devOps specialist who is eager to develop their skills and career. Our remodelled Birmingham HQ is in the heart of the city and we use it for collaborating and connecting in-person–although many of our tech roles operate on a flexible “remote first” policy.                    
ID
2021-7861
Job Locations United States-CA-San Francisco | United States-IL-Chicago
Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think-tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage an influential global audience. We partner with corporations, foundations, NGOs and governments across big themes including sustainability, health and the changing shape of globalisation to catalyse change and enable progress. With the power of The Economist Group behind it, Economist Impact crafts bespoke partnerships using a potent portfolio of capabilities including: - policy research and insights - branded content - media & advertising - design thinking and data visualisation - global and bespoke events To capitalise on the momentum and growth our business is achieving with key technology clients and partners, we are currently seeking a highly motivated and talented Head of Technology Business Development to join our dynamic West Coast team. This role will be instrumental in building and growing strategic partnerships with global and regional accounts mainly in the Technology vertical (Google, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce etc). To grow global key account(s), the role will entail a global responsibility for directing a virtual sales team.   The ideal candidate will have both experience in managing complex key accounts at a senior level, and the ability to develop new business with target accounts. Collaboration, creativity and teamwork will be critical to succeed in the role. The person will have strong consultative skills, identifying customer needs, crafting strategic, multi-year proposals in conjunction with the practice teams and presenting TEG’s proven ability to deliver impactful solutions. This also entails demonstrating success in building an organic pipeline through new project development, client issued RFPs and strategic partnerships.   
ID
2022-8436
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
    Come and join us   The Syndication Engineering Manager will report directly to the Head of Engineering for The Economist, be based out of our Birmingham engineering hub and is responsible for driving architectural design, coding best practice and optimising delivery for our syndication service. The Economist Group is a global media and information-services company that exists to champion progress. We provide individuals and organisations with the expertise, insights and perspective to press forward.   The Economist’s engineering team’s vision is to create the world's leading digital newspaper, providing all the important journalism our Editorial team produces to a global audience, currently spread across 159 countries with an active subscriber base of 1.1 million. As a technology and data driven business we recognise the key role outstanding engineers play in helping us achieve our goal.   We work with modern software stacks (eg. AWS, Cloudflare, Firebase etc) across a range of languages (JavaScript/TypeScript, iOS and Android mobile development, as well as Go, Rust and other newer languages) and we value automated testing, a culture of DevOps and observability, and infrastructure-as-code. We encourage our engineers to learn and share their skills together, and teams frequently pair or mob on tasks.   What we’re offering you - We’ll supply you with the kit you need - Flexible working hours - Bonus scheme - Private health care and dental plans, generous pension plan - Annual wellbeing days and Summer 4 day week trial - Conferences and learning resources - 10% time and hackathons - Full Economist.com subscription   What will you experience    At The Economist we believe having the right work-life balance is super important; striking balance between your personal and professional life is critical to wellbeing and happiness. We offer flexible working and have recently shifted to a 'remote first' working policy with a minimum expectation of coming to the office two days a month, however you can come in more often if you wish to.    The Engineering team’s office is in central Birmingham,  just a five minute walk from New Street Station and minutes from Snow Hill Station.
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2022-8419
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think-tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage an influential global audience.   We partner with corporations, foundations, NGOs and governments across big themes including sustainability, health and the changing shape of globalisation to catalyse change and enable progress.   With the power of The Economist Group behind it, Economist Impact crafts bespoke partnerships using a potent portfolio of capabilities including: - policy research and insights - branded content - media & advertising - design thinking and data visualisation - global and bespoke events   The Economist Impact product function sits as part of a global product, UX, production, and technology team. The Product Manager - Content Platforms is a key part of the team, focused on developing our Economist Impact owned and operated content and community platforms.
ID
2022-8879
Job Locations China-Beijing
Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage global decision makers on the critical economic and policy issues facing our world. As part of The Economist Group, our mission is to open debate, broaden perspectives and catalyse progress through evidence-based insight. We are seeking a Senior Manager based in Beijing to work with an internationally-focused and diverse research team.   Our Policy & Insights team works with leading organisations to deliver research and content programmes to drive change on the world’s most pressing issues. Our four core thematic practice areas include: (1) Globalisation, Trade & Finance; (2) Sustainability, Climate Change & Natural Resources; (3) Technology and Society and 4) Public Health.   As Senior Manager you will drive research and consulting projects and develop thought leadership to support client engagements. You will manage small and highly-productive project teams to deliver high-quality work to tight timelines. You will demonstrate intellectual leadership in your areas of expertise and work with clients to generate ideas and create impact.
ID
2022-8785
Job Locations AE-Dubai
The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences and electronic services. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight, and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.  The Economist Impact Events is the leading provider of international forums for senior executives seeking new insights into strategic issues. These meetings include industry conferences, management events, and government roundtables held around the world. Each meeting organised by the events teams delivers objective and informed analysis. Meetings provide unusually high-level forums where senior executives can gain insights, exchange views and compare strategies. Currently, we are recruiting a Business Development Manager to grow sponsorship revenue from a portfolio of custom events across our Middle East region.
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2022-8819
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
  The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver world-class, thought provoking content through a range of formats, from web and app, to newspapers and magazines, conferences, film and audio. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.   With a growing global subscriber base and a reputation for insightful analysis and opinion on every aspect of world events, The Economist is one of the most widely recognised and well-read current affairs publications and the foundation of our digital consumer product portfolio.   We are developing a world-class product management organisation and have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Product Manager to help us define and develop the content experience on our website.
ID
2022-8838
Job Locations China-Shanghai
  The Economist Intelligence Unit (The EIU) is the research and analysis division of The Economist Group, the sister company to The Economist newspaper. Created in 1946, we have over 70 years’ experience in helping businesses, financial firms and governments to understand how the world is changing and how that creates opportunities to be seized and risks to be managed.   The Economist Intelligence Unit - Healthcare, offers healthcare-focused market and business intelligence services complimented by strategic advisory to help medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and healthcare service firms understand their current and potential markets, and implement pragmatic and innovative strategies to ultimately tap into new growth opportunities.   The Shanghai office is currently seeking an MBA intern who will act as data or consulting analyst in project engagements in the healthcare industry in the areas of both data content development, including data collection and analysis, consulting engagement, eg. market opportunity assessment, go-to-market strategy, new product planning, customer insights, channel optimization, internal optimization, and benchmarking.   This is a head start for someone who is keen to pursue a healthcare consulting career.
ID
2022-8831
Job Locations Singapore-Singapore
  At the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Healthcare Division (EIU HC), we believe that actionable strategy for our client is built on the basis of market realities, where data insights and its robust analytics drive informed decisions. For that reason, we have developed a data-centric market tracker solutions called, The Gateway that aims to provide the medtech sector with credible, actionable and granular size, share and growth insights globally.   To this end, we are looking to fill a number of Analyst/Senior Analyst positions who will be part of The Gateway team that will ensure the production and development of the data solutions in line with our overall business vision and objectives. We are looking at candidates who can be based in Singapore.
ID
2022-8438
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
  The Economist Group (TEG) is a leading source of insight and analysis on the intersection of international markets, policy, technology and society. Within the group, Economist Impact acts as a thought leader and think-tank on the mega-themes influencing the future environment, bringing together our unique set of policy consulting, marketing services and amplification capabilities. Leveraging our global media reach and world-renowned research expertise, this division of 200+ around the globe works with an array of clients across sectors to support major strategic initiatives, targeted stakeholder engagement and communications efforts.   We are currently seeking a highly motivated and talented Business Development Manager to join our dynamic UK sales team. Reporting to the regional sales director, this role will be instrumental in building and growing strategic partnerships with new account’s in the region.     The ideal candidate will have both experience in managing complex key accounts at a senior level, and the ability to develop new business with target accounts. Collaboration, creativity and teamwork will be critical to succeed in the role. The person will have strong consultative skills, identifying customer needs, crafting effective proposals in conjunction with the practice teams and presenting TEG’s proven ability to deliver impactful solutions. This also entails demonstrating success in building an organic pipeline through new project development, client issued RFPs and strategic partnerships.
ID
2022-8792
Job Locations United Kingdom-London | United Kingdom-London | United States-DC-Washington
    The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) helps leaders prepare for opportunity, empowering them to act with confidence when making strategic decisions. The EIU is the global standard in providing quality, actionable intelligence to the public and private sector, assessing issues that impact the marketplace for over two hundred countries.   We are recruiting for a Global Director of Research and Economics. This role is one of the most senior intellectual and analytical roles in the EIU, ensuring that our forecasts are the best available for decision-makers. You will manage the Global Forecasting team and the Economics Unit, being responsible for developing the team and driving quality and innovation.   You would be expected also to have influence over the much larger team of analysts around the globe, while also being a leading communicator of our forecast to clients and the wider public. You would also be able to drive innovation and quality in our qualitative and quantitative analysis and methods, and be capable of personally delivering astute insights, but also creating the conditions to generate these in the teams you manage and beyond.    This opportunity can be located in any of the EIU's major offices worldwide.
ID
2022-8714
Job Locations Singapore-Singapore
  Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think-tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage an influential global audience. We partner with corporations, foundations, NGOs and governments across big themes including sustainability, health and the changing shape of globalisation to catalyse change and enable progress. With the power of The Economist Group behind it, Economist Impact crafts bespoke partnerships using a potent portfolio of capabilities including: - policy research and insights - branded content - media & advertising - design thinking and data visualisation - global and bespoke events   Currently, we are seeking a Senior Editor, Branded Content APAC who will play a central role in helping to grow our branded content portfolio and ensure project delivery in APAC. This content ranges from in-depth research reports to multimedia and interactive pieces like videos, infographics, and interactive tools.  Depending on the client’s objectives and the nature of the research, these content assets may be stand-alone deliverables or be part of a larger integrated program including events, media (advertising), and online content hubs.     In this role you report to the Global Head of Branded Content  and work closely with our clients, the sales team and the creative strategy team to conceptualize and pitch solutions as well as execute, optimize and evaluate bespoke content programs.   
ID
2022-8764
Job Locations United Kingdom-Birmingham
  The Economist Group: where people drive progress At The Economist Group, we champion progress, by helping people understand and tackle the critical challenges facing the world. Join us, to engineer innovative products that bring insight and analysis to global leaders in business and government. Whether ideating mobile apps that deliver personalised content, or evolving our flagship website, economist.com, you will help transform how we acquire, convert, engage and retain our 1.2 million subscribers.   We are looking for a Software Engineer III to join our Editorial Tools team, which is responsible for building and running the products driving The Economist’s digital content, including articles, audio, video and interactive content. As a Software Engineer III you will be responsible for facilitating digital content creation and building an efficient back-end system to serve our apps. You’ll play a crucial part in creating new user experiences and will join an ambitious team who are truly customer-centric and committed to delivering the very best practices.   The engineering division has experienced unprecedented growth over the last 18 months, and we’re looking for a Backend Engineer who is eager to develop their skills and career. We offer flexible working and have recently shifted to a 'remote first' working policy with a minimum expectation of coming to the office two days a month, however you can come in more often if you wish to. Our remodelled Birmingham HQ is in the heart of the city and we use it for collaborating and connecting in-person.
ID
2022-8758
Job Locations United Kingdom-London | United Kingdom-Birmingham
  The Role We’re looking for an individual who is excited by the opportunity to help grow our leading forecasting and analysis products using data science, AI and machine learning. As our Data Science Lead, you will head up a new team that will create a data science capability at the heart of our B2B business, building the services that our clients need to continuously consume our quantitative economic insights and products, whilst ensuring best practice and innovation of our systems. Introduction to The EIU  The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is a world leader in global business intelligence. We help businesses, the financial sector and governments to understand how the world is changing and how that creates opportunities to be seized and risks to be managed.   At our heart is a 50 year forward look, a global forecast of the majority of the world’s economies, we seek to analyse the future and deliver that insight through multiple channels and insights, allowing our clients to take better trading, investment and policy decisions.   We’re changing, embedding alternate data sources such as GPS and satellite data into our forecasting, products will increasingly be tailored to clients, supported by some of the most innovative data in the market. A highly collaborative team of Product Managers, Data Science, Customer Experience and Product Engineering is focusing on creating business and customer value with real-time analytics alongside our traditional products.  
ID
2022-8583
Job Locations United Kingdom-London
Introduction to The Economist The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver world-class, thought provoking content through a range of formats, from web and app, to newspapers and magazines, conferences, film and audio. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.   With a growing global subscriber base and a reputation for insightful analysis and opinion on every aspect of world events, The Economist is one of the most widely recognised and well-read current affairs publications and the foundation of our digital consumer product portfolio. The Role We are seeking a Senior Delivery Lead to join The Economist Group’s Project Management Office. The role will help plan, manage and deliver the roadmap across our Apps product group, which looks at developing experiences to enable subscribers to get the most out of their Economist subscription. You will work closely with the Group Product Manager and Senior Engineering Manager across multiple teams to ensure end to end delivery, continuous improvement of the Apps agile ecosystem and line management of other Delivery Leads within the product group. It is important you have experience of working with scaled agile frameworks as we will be using them to manage delivery.  The Economist’s product teams are a passionate group of digital professionals who look after a number of customer-facing digital products and services. We are a multi-disciplinary team working in a fast-paced and collaborative environment, who value honest opinion and open debate. We’re in the business of building modern, state-of-the-art products, and delivering a first-rate user experience is essential. Experience of working with Apps teams in the media or publishing industry is essential. 
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2022-8472