We are thrilled to announce that Caroline Carruthers has won 'Entrepreneur of the Year' at the Rising Star Awards 2020!
You can see the full announcement here. In the short video below, Henry Chen, VP for Wealth Management at Barclays, congratulates Caroline on her win, explaining the panel's reasoning behind choosing Caroline as Entrepreneur of the Year 2020:
Carruthers and Jackson are pleased to announce a partnership with QA, the leader in IT, leadership and business training to promote Data Literacy and Data Maturity programmes to organisations throughout the UK - and beyond.
Together, Carruthers and Jackson and QA will provide market-leading data learning solutions, from whole-organisation data awareness, through deep learning for data professionals in Data Analysis and Data Science, to Data Leadership training for CDOs, CIOs and Board level. This offering will greatly enhance QA's already comprehensive data learning solutions portfolio.
David Walker, Portfolio Director - Digital Transformation and Emerging Technologies at QA, said:
"We are very excited to welcome Carruthers and Jackson as a trusted and highly respected business partner. Carruthers and Jackson provide an innovative approach, addressing the thorny issues of Data Leadership and Data Governance. QA and Carruthers and Jackson will be collaborating together to accelerate the exposure and launch of a world-leading suite of data literacy services and solutions to our customer base and to support them during their Digital Transformation 'Re-future'."
Caroline Carruthers, co-founder of Carruthers and Jackson, adds:
"We work to improve data literacy across organisations with our education programmes, through our books and data community work, as well as working with organisations to hold onto their sense of responsibility while unleashing their imagination on how they use data. We look forward to leveraging QA's market presence and scale to spread good practice, create more data enabled organisations and improve the UK's overall performance in this critical area."