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Data analysts also are in charge of managing all things data-related_ including reporting_ data analysis_ and the accuracy of incoming data.,Data*Data Architect:Just as an architect designs physical structures_ a data architect designs the structures an organisation needs to effectively acquire_ organise_ analyse_ manage_ and utilise data.,Data*Data Engineer:Data engineers work in a variety of settings to build systems that collect_ manage_ and convert raw data into usable information for data scientists and business analysts to interpret. Their ultimate goal is to make data accessible so that organisations can use it to evaluate and optimise their performance.,Data*Data Scientist:While a data analyst^s main responsibility is to examine and analyse data_ a data scientist^s main function is to create the framework for that analysis to happen. This includes implementing statistical models and algorithms_ running data testing and experiments_ developing data products_ and continually optimising their frameworks to better analyse the data - all with an eye toward reaching the most accurate business conclusions.,Data*Machine Learning Engineer:Machine learning engineers are programmers who create the algorithms_ models_ systems_ and frameworks that allow machines to effectively learn and perform functions independently - no commands required. Machine learning engineers also are responsible for transforming models created by data scientists into real code that can be used in production.,Data*Machine Learning Scientist:Marketing analysts are responsible for helping companies better understand their customers and market. Generally_ marketing analysts analyse data sets related to a company^s target demographic (including market research_ purchasing trends_ and customer surveys) - and use their analysis to develop strategies to help companies better connect with new customers and more effectively market to their existing customer base.,Design*Brand Design:Brand Designers work to a brief from the client_ conceptualise ideas_ and design solutions to satisfy the client^s goals and objectives. They work with the client_ other designers_ copywriters_ artists and account managers_ seeing projects through to production.,Design*Graphic & Motion Design:Put simply_ they design graphics that are in motion! Working across a wide range of media_ including film_ television_ advertising and web content_ motion graphic designers create artwork and vivid visual effects that bring a simple piece of video content to an entirely new level.,Design*Industrial Design:Industrial designers are involved in the making of products such as furniture_ cars_ home appliances and toys. Responsibilities of the job include: consulting managers and clients about design requirements. negotiating and agreeing contracts_ budgets and time-scales.,Design*Product Design (UI/UX):A product designer is responsible for the design and development of consumer products. Duties of this position include improving existing product designs and analysing working concepts launched by competitors of similar products to match quality and performance.,Design*UX Writer:A UX writer is responsible for writing copy with the user^s experience in mind. Whether it^s copy for an instruction manual or a mobile app_ the aim is to make sure the user achieves what they want to achieve. A UX writer will often use data and testing to inform their choices.,Finance*Accountant:An accountant is a practitioner of accounting or accountancy.,Finance*Accounts And Payroll:An accounts receivable/payroll accountant prepares salary statements of employees and issues pay checks to them. They are responsible for maintaining payroll related accounts (daily deposits of cash_ checks_ and credit cards). They are responsible for the reconciliation of accounts and accuracy of accounts.,Finance*Actuary:Actuaries are problem solvers and strategic thinkers_ who use their mathematical skills to help measure the probability and risk of future events. They use these skills to predict the financial impact of these events on a business and its clients.,Finance*Audit & Tax:An auditor is authorised to review and verify the accuracy of financial records and ensure that companies comply with tax laws.,Finance*Finance Analyst:A financial analyst provides informed guidance to companies or individuals on business investment decisions by analysing economic trends_ current business news_ and the company^s overall business strategy.,Finance*Finance Controller:The controller plays a large role in formulating company budgets and ensuring that expenses are in line with projected revenue. The job requires ensuring that the company makes accounts payable payments on time and that debt is serviced properly.,Finance*Finance Strategy:Finance strategists are primarily tasked with working on a wide range of matters_ including capital raising (through either securing a loan from an investment bank_ restructuring the business or winning financial backing through another platform e.g. crowd-funding)_ mergers_ acquisitions_ changes in ownership and other activities to improve business.,Finance*Financial Planning:A Financial Planner_ or Financial Adviser is responsible for providing expert financial advice to encourage financial growth and stability. Their duties include recommending pension plans_ managing investment portfolios and developing financial forecasts.,Finance*Investment:Investment Officers determine possible opportunities for businesses and investments that can promote the interest of a company.,Governance & Risk*Internal Audit:Internal auditors deal with operating issues crucial to the smooth running of any organisation - you^ll need initiative and analytical ability to succeed. As an internal auditor_ you^ll provide an independent guarantee that an organisation^s risk management_ governance and control processes are operating effectively.,Governance & Risk*Risk & Compliance Officer:Risk and compliance is one of the fastest growing-areas of employment in the finance sector and a popular choice for those with an eye for detail. As a compliance officer_ you^re responsible for ensuring a company complies with its outside regulatory requirements and internal policies. In short_ you^re responsible for making sure that your employer plays by the rules.,Legal*Company Secretary:Company secretaries provide guidance to company directors about how their organisations should be directed_ managed or controlled. This is also known as corporate governance and it includes ensuring that the company complies with legal and regulatory requirements.,Legal*Counsel:An in-house counsel is one who works on a specialised focus area. For instance_ lawyers working in the intellectual property division of a company.,Legal*General Counsel:This individual is the chief Lawyer and leader of the in-house legal department and oversees a broad role identifying company-wide legal issues_ advising senior executives and managing the in-house team.,Legal*Paralegal:A paralegal is a professional who performs tasks that require knowledge of legal concepts but not the full expertise of a lawyer.,Marketing*Assistant Buyer:Assistant Buyers support buyers/managers with all procurement-related tasks such as selecting the right product mix_ managing purchase orders_ monitoring inventory_ preparing budgets and providing administrative support.,Marketing*B2B Marketing:B2B marketers work on B2B marketing campaigns across the full marketing mix. Delivering the content marketing strategy across multiple channels. Manage the social media accounts creating relevant content_ video_ blogs. Create content to support events and webinars.,Marketing*B2C Marketing:B2C marketers identify target segments of a consumer market for marketing campaigns. They identify trends_ including how and why consumer buying patterns change in a given target segment. Initiate and direct consumer research_ and advise on content_ channel and performance strategy based upon their findings.,Marketing*Brand & Creative Marketing:The Brand and Creative team is responsible for generating attention-grabbing ideas that will entice the consumer or target audience. Members of the team work together to develop conceptual campaigns designed to stand apart from competitors.,Marketing*Campaign Marketing:A Campaign Manager^s primary duty is to ensure marketing campaigns achieve their objectives. They work with the Marketing Manager to create_ execute and monitor the performance of campaigns and provide all the resources required to meet sales targets.,Marketing*Content Marketing And Design:Content Marketers are responsible for planning_ developing and implementing the overall company^s content strategy. They are responsible for the management of the creation and production of online and offline marketing content across all channels from web to email and PPC.,Marketing*Copywriter:Copywriters are responsible for the linguistic content of adverts. They work across a range of media and formats_ interpreting account briefs to compose advertorial content such as slogans_ catchphrases_ tweets and scripts for tv and/or radio adverts.,Marketing*CRM & Marketing Automation:The aim of a CRM is to allow businesses to better manage their customer relationships and ultimately drive more success. CRM software allows you to track and manage inbound leads automatically and provide a platform for sales and marketing to better understand their impact.,Marketing*Digital Marketing:Digital marketing is the component of marketing that uses the Internet and online based digital technologies such as desktop computers_ mobile phones and other digital media and platforms to promote products and services.,Marketing*E-Commerce Marketing:Ecommerce Marketing is the process of driving awareness and action toward your brand offerings that are sold online.,Marketing*Events Marketing:Events Marketing is a strategy marketers use to promote their brand_ product_ or service with an in-person or real-time engagement.,Marketing*Fundraising & Grants:The fundraiser^s responsibilities include developing fundraising and grant applications and programs_ recruiting sponsors and volunteers_ and encouraging support through promotional activities. It^s a real blend of marketing and sales with a wide range of specialist fundraising roles e.g.: community_ corporate_ government_ direct marketing_ events_ legacy_ major donor_ regional_ statutory_ and trust.,Marketing*Growth Marketing:A growth marketer^s core function is to identify marketing channels_ solutions_ ideas that will efficiently drive new customers to the brand and increase revenue.,Marketing*Marketing Analyst:Marketing analysts are responsible for helping companies better understand their customers and market. Generally_ marketing analysts analyse data sets related to a company^s target demographic (including market research_ purchasing trends_ and customer surveys) - and use their analysis to develop strategies to help companies better connect with new customers and more effectively market to their existing customer base.,Marketing*Marketing Generalist:A marketing generalist has general knowledge and expertise across multiple areas underneath the umbrella of marketing.,Marketing*Marketing Management:Marketing managers are responsible for making sure marketing activity is being delivered and achieving targets. They are multichannel and cover email marketing_ content marketing_ digital_ social and creating strategies. They^re also responsible for keeping the overall team organised and running smoothly.,Marketing*Marketing Operations:Marketing operations managers oversee marketing project and campaign planning_ creative production process management_ technology infrastructure_ data and analytics_ and brand compliance.,Marketing*Marketing Strategy:Marketing strategists are responsible for researching_ developing_ and communicating strategic marketing plans to meet the company^s goals. They lead and optimise marketing efforts for company and client campaigns_ and collaborate with multifunctional teams to execute them.,Marketing*Media Buyer:Media buyers are marketing professionals who purchase advertisements.,Marketing*Media Coordinator:Media Coordinators are communications professionals who develop and implement targeted communications and advertising content for a variety of media platforms.,Marketing*Media Planner:A Media Planner determines how_ when and where an audience should be given selected advertising messages.,Marketing*Media Research Analyst:Media research analysts use research tools to measure how much publicity a new product or service is getting.,Marketing*Media Specialist:A Media Specialist takes care of managing and executing all types of media campaigns.,Marketing*Partnerships:A Partnerships team is responsible for planning and managing marketing-initiated activities with selected brand_ content_ reach and contra partners to grow joint marketing plans.,Marketing*Performance Marketing:The Performance Marketing Manager drives the marketing department^s commercial performance through systematic campaign-specific results and overall measurement. The Performance Marketing Manager works closely with all marketing teams in target-setting as well as post-campaign evaluations.,Marketing*PR & Communications:A Public Relations and Communications Representative is responsible for addressing issues_ protecting the client^s reputation and building them up in the public eye.,Marketing*Product Marketing:A Product Marketer will build on product messaging that sets new products apart from others in the market to give them a unique selling point. They will communicate the vision and value of new products to the sales team and develop sales tools that facilitate the selling process.,Marketing*SEO & SEM Marketing:Search Engine Marketing Specialists (SEO/SEM) are responsible for planning_ implementing and managing company^s overall SEO strategy. They usually cover a wide variety of duties such as web marketing_ web analytics_ content strategy planning_ link building_ and keyword strategy.,Marketing*Social Media & Community:Social media community management defines a process by which your business engages with its audience on social media. They own the strategy to grow and engage audiences within the brand^s owned social space is used to attract potential customers and create conversions.,Operations*Business Operations:Business Operations teams oversee accounting_ bank processes and money handling_ monitoring the financial data and recommending solutions to improve profitability. Creating strategies and policies for company growth. Implementing plans and procedures regarding stock losses and theft.,Operations*Executive Assistant:An Executive Assistant helps the CEO and other senior executive leaders stay organised by managing their schedules and keeping up with correspondence based on their needs. They also project manage and support with the delivery of key agenda items that the senior leader they support is tasked with.,Operations*Operations Generalist:An operations specialist is responsible for the management of workflow throughout all departments within a business. The purpose of this position is to optimise daily activities and performance of the business across the board.,Operations*Organisational Leadership:Organisational leaders clearly communicate organisational mission_ vision and policies. They build employees morale_ ensure efficient business operations_ set the tone of company^s culture_ help employees grow professionally and have accountability for organisational performance and growth.,Operations*Personal Assistant:A personal assistant (PA) works closely with directorial staff to provide administrative support_ usually on a one-to-one basis. Responsibilities typically include acting as a first point of contact_ dealing with correspondence and phone calls_ managing diaries and organising meetings and appointments_ booking and arranging travel_ transport and accommodation.,Operations*Procurement:A Procurement Officer ensures that their company makes wise decisions in matters related to purchasing goods and/or services to resell or use.,Operations*Programme Manager:Programme managers oversee the fulfilment of larger organisational goals. They coordinate activities between multiple projects without directly managing them. Instead_ they manage the main program_ giving detailed attention to program strategy_ project delegation_ and program implementation.,Operations*Project Manager:In the broadest sense_ project managers (PMs) are responsible for planning_ organising_ and directing the completion of specific projects for an organisation while ensuring these projects are on time_ on budget_ and within scope.,Operations*Team Assistant:A team assistant helps to take the workload off their colleagues allowing them to focus on improving projects_ handling client demands and attending to other more specialised duties. Team assistants generally help with administrative tasks that require little oversight.,Operations*Volunteer Management:Volunteer Managers tend to be responsible for recruiting_ interviewing and managing a charity^s volunteer network. They help devise and implement training programmes and deliver awareness initiatives to drive volunteer numbers upwards and work on a local_ national or even global level and helping to drive a charity^s strategy.,People & Talent*Diversity & Inclusion:The diversity and inclusion manager is responsible for recognising_ creating and implementing plans to promote diversity within an organisation. A significant part of the role is promoting and developing training programmes to enhance employee understanding on inclusions issues.,People & Talent*Generalist Recruitment:A recruiter^s job includes reviewing a candidate^s job experiences_ negotiating salaries_ and placing candidates in agreeable employment positions.,People & Talent*HR Business Partner:HR Business Partners (HRBPs) work closely with business leaders and line managers to build their people capability_ plan and manage talent and develop approaches that achieve shared organisational objectives. They often act as the point of people expertise for their business area_ and may also be the local people expert implementing specific people approaches which have been designed by a central specialist people team or centre of excellence.,People & Talent*HR Generalist:A Human Resource (HR) Generalist will contribute to the daily functions of the HHR department including hiring and interviewing_ managing employee engagement projects_ and enforcing company policies and practices.,People & Talent*Internal Communications:Internal Communications is the facilitation_ creation_ operation and elevation of conversation and communication inside an organisation.,People & Talent*Learning & Development:Learning & Development specialists put in place learning initiatives that enable organisations to constantly evolve and develop.,People & Talent*Organisational Design:Organisational design professionals are specialists who meticulously define and organise the structure of companies_ create job titles_ and allocate resources (i.e. personnel) in the right places to improve efficiency and increase productivity.,People & Talent*People Experience:A People Experience team also develops and implements the organisation^s people strategy_ which includes and recognises components such as the psychology of work_ physical_ mental and financial well-being_ meaning_ purpose and positive relationships as critical.,People & Talent*People Operations:A People Operations Manager is responsible for managing the team^s overall work_ similar to a Project Manager. It^s their job to oversee the team and ensure they work efficiently together within and across departments in a streamlined way.,People & Talent*People Strategy:The human resources strategist is a key link between management and the employee workforce. A good HR strategist is able to resolve difficult situations and consult with managers on problems with employees. They manage an organisation^s talent_ learning and development_ diversity and inclusion_ organisational design_ reward and people policy and legal business areas.,People & Talent*Reward:The Head of Reward is responsible for developing key tasks in line with reward strategies for an organisation. Working in line with senior management to design_ implement and monitor compensation and benefits programmes to ensure compliance with budget is a key part of the role.,People & Talent*Technical Recruitment:A technical recruiter is in charge of sourcing_ screening_ scheduling interviews_ and extending offers to candidates that are suited for tech roles - software engineering_ data analysis_ technical writers_ etc.,Product*Product Analyst:Product analysts evaluate company products to understand the product and see if it will meet the company^s current and future needs. They also assist with product ratings and reviews. They analyse metrics to continually improve products while developing and overseeing small-to-medium-scale projects.,Product*Product Management:The Product Manager is responsible for product planning_ delivery and marketing throughout the product lifecycle. They will develop a vision and roadmap for the product based on input from internal stakeholders_ customers_ market research and their own industry insight.,Product*Product Strategy:A Product Strategist identifies new opportunities_ assesses the company^s product performance_ and helps develop its long-term strategic plans for future product lines.,Product*Technical Product Management:A technical product manager is someone who^s responsible for the success of the product. They do this by working cross-functionally with the teams building_ marketing_ selling_ and supporting it. Unlike a traditional product manager_ technical ones possess advanced engineering and design skills.,Product*User Research & Insights:The purpose of UX researchers is to build up a picture of target users based on their needs_ wants_ motivations_ and pain-points. These insights enable the wider design team to create user-friendly products based on real user feedback - not just your assumptions.,Sales & Success*Account Executive:Account executives work in a sales role_ helping to maintain or extend existing accounts (customers) and develop new accounts.,Sales & Success*Customer Service & Support:A Customer Service and Support team handles customer interaction for an organisation. Their top duties include resolving customer complaints_ responding to phone call and email requests and maintaining customer service records.,Sales & Success*Customer Success & Account Management:Customer success managers (CSMs) support your customers as they transition from sales prospects to active users of your products. They^re focused on building close_ long-term client relationships and often stay with the same customers as long as they continue to work with your business.,Sales & Success*Enterprise Sales:An enterprise sales representative sells products and services to large companies. They generate revenue by helping procure large_ complex contracts.,Sales & Success*Partner Sales:Partner Sales teams help to define and execute against the partner program_ establishing business and technical relationships_ and managing the day-to-day interactions with these organisations in order to build long-term business and marketing opportunities.,Sales & Success*Retail Sales:Retail sales is the sale of consumer goods_ or final goods_ by businesses to end consumers_ and includes in-store sales as well as online sales.,Sales & Success*Sales & Business Development :Sales development focuses on identifying leads_ researching and developing them and moving them along the sales cycle toward a closing. Business development involves finding new growth opportunities for the company and forming strategic partnerships that open up new markets.,Sales & Success*Sales Enablement:Sales enablement is a process designed to develop and improve the performance of an organisation^s sales force. A sales enablement manager serves a key role in overseeing all the components of supporting the sales team_ directing sales-related initiatives such as training_ best practices_ content_ tools and technology.,Sales & Success*Sales Operations:Sales operations encompass everything from lead management_ sales strategy and process optimisation_ sales training_ and data handling,Sales & Success*Sales Strategy:Sales Leaders develop sales strategies and set sales targets. They provide feedback and coaching to team members and monitor the team^s performance and motivate them to reach targets.,Sales & Success*Technical Account Management:Technical Account Managers are responsible for maintaining relationships with current clients_ addressing their technical needs as well as finding opportunities for expanding client database. They have to be able to understand the needs and goals of potential future clients_ and use that to introduce company^s products and services.,Strategy*Business Strategy:A business strategist is responsible for developing strategic plans that will help improve an organisation to reach its goals and targets and improve profitability. You will analyse existing business strategies and practices and provide recommendations for improvements.,Strategy*Business Transformation:A Business Transformation team must review new and existing processes_ resources and systems_ making and overseeing any changes to the company infrastructure where necessary. This relatively new role is largely defined by the employer but can encompass both the business and IT side.,Strategy*Corporate_ Social Responsibility:People working in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) aim to ensure that companies conduct their business ethically. They encourage businesses to monitor and report on their social_ economic_ environmental and human rights impact.,Strategy*Innovation:An innovation manager is an employee whose responsibilities focus on the development of new products_ services or processes. Although organisations do not frequently use ^innovation manager^ as a job title_ they often create specific positions to oversee innovation teams.,Strategy*Policy Development:Organisations need to raise their awareness - and part of this is providing the research_ insights and analysis required to influence the debate. Policy Developers are part of a team that help implement an organisation^s strategy and are expected to build relationships and influence stakeholders and organisations alike.,Strategy*Research & Development:The aim of research and development (R&D) is to improve the current technologies offered by an organisation or to develop innovations that strengthen the organisation^s position in the marketplace.,Technology*Backend Engineer:Back end developers are responsible for creating and maintaining technology at the back end of a website (the server_ database and application). The attractive visuals created by designers_ UX professionals and front end developers couldn^t exist without the technology provided by a back end developer.,Technology*Computer Network Engineer:Networking software engineers specialise in designing_ building and installing software for existing or new networks and infrastructures,Technology*Delivery Manager & Agile Coach:The delivery manager is the person on the team who leads on agile and lean practices. They use a variety of agile and lean tools and techniques in order to help the team keep a delivery and learning cadence that helps to remain focused on delivering value against the product vision.,Technology*Devops & Infrastructure:DevOps engineers build_ test and maintain the infrastructure and tools to allow for the speedy development and release of software. DevOps practices aim to simplify the development process of software.,Technology*Embedded Engineer:An embedded systems or software engineer helps design_ develop_ and maintain embedded systems in products. The role often includes software development. But it also requires knowledge of entire embedded systems.,Technology*Frontend Engineer:Front end engineers plan_ design_ build_ and implement the user interface systems of websites_ software programs_ and web-based applications. Their primary goal is to provide a satisfactory user experience with no issues_ errors_ or downtime.,Technology*Full-Stack Engineer:A Full Stack Developer is someone who works with the Back End - or server side - of the application as well as the Front End_ or client side. Full Stack Developers have to have some skills in a wide variety of coding niches_ from databases to graphic design and UI/UX management in order to do their job well.,Technology*Game Engineer:A game engineer designs software programs for computer games. Game engineers develop gaming networks and programs for third-party-usage. They create the mechanics of the games_ which are coordinated with a story.,Technology*Hardware Engineer:Computer hardware engineers research_ design_ develop_ and test computer systems and components such as circuit boards. Computer hardware engineers research_ design_ develop_ and test computer systems and components such as processors_ circuit boards_ memory devices_ networks_ and routers.,Technology*IT Engineer:IT Support Engineers install and configure computer systems_ diagnose hardware and software faults and solve technical and application problems_ either over the phone or in person. They cover one or more areas of expertise_ depending on the size of the organisation you work for.,Technology*Mobile Engineer:Mobile engineers design_ develop_ and implement software programs for smartphones and other mobile devices. They often specialise in a certain type of operating system_ such as Android or iOS.,Technology*Mobile Network Engineer:Mobile network engineers design_ develop_ and implement software programs connecting smartphones and other mobile devices e.g. Wireless,Technology*QA & Testing Engineer:Test engineers design and administer software and product tests to find out how well the product performs. QA engineers work on the production of the product and design and perform quality control inspections while monitoring manufacturing processes.,Technology*Research Engineer:Research engineers plan_ design_ develop_ and build innovative equipment and technologies using a research-driven process. They perform investigations_ testing_ modelling_ verifications_ comparative analysis_ and other forms of research to make educated recommendations.,Technology*Sales & Solutions Engineer:An SE (Solution Engineer) is a person who works alongside a salesperson to discover a customer^s business challenges and creates a unique solution prototype to present back to their decision makers_ illustrating value and benefits via an engaging story.,Technology*Security Engineer:Security Engineers help ensure the safety of their client^s networks_ protecting them from any security threats they might encounter. Potential breaches of security include hacking_ phishing_ pharming_ spyware_ malware and viruses.,Technology*Software Engineer:A software engineer creates software for computers and applications.,Technology*Solutions Architect:Solutions architects lead teams that design and develop new computer systems.,Technology*Support Engineer:Support engineers provide technical assistance_ this could mean working directly for an organisation - guaranteeing the smooth day to day running of various computer systems. Alternatively_ they could work for a company that supplies technical products_ such as software or electronics.,Technology*Technical Writer:A Technical Writer studies target audiences as part of their research for reports. They become experts about any subject matter they^re writing about. They can write for example_ guides_ memos_ descriptions and datasheets. They can also create illustrations and graphics when working alongside other Media Specialists.,Technology*Technology Strategy:Technology Strategy professionals bring a unique mixture of business and technology expertise to develop strategic plans that define how technology can create value for an organisation.%Apparel & Fashion*Apparel & fashion companies cover the production of fashion goods by designers_ manufacturers_ contractors_ and others and retail sales.,Architecture*Architecture is a blend of technology and art. Architecture companies plan and design buildings_ other structures_ and the spaces around them.,Artificial Intelligence*Artificial Intelligence is a class of software that can self-improve based on learning.,Arts & Culture*Arts and culture organisations include performing arts_ creative arts_ writers_ museums_ libraries and other cultural attractions.,Automation*Automation companies focus on incorporating the digital realm - in particular data_ the software and hardware that works with it_ and the infrastructure that supports it - to traditional business processes.,Banking*The banking sector is the foundation of financial services and is most concerned with direct saving and lending.,Beauty & Cosmetics*Beauty and cosmetics companies cover the production and sales of cosmetics_ perfume_ and products for skin and hair care. Beauty salons and spas are considered the service sector of the beauty industry.,Big Data*Big data companies manage the large_ hard-to-manage volumes of data – both structured and unstructured – that inundate businesses on a day-to-day basis.,Blockchain*Blockchain companies create systems of recording information in a way that makes it difficult or impossible to change_ hack_ or cheat the system.,Business Intelligence*Business intelligence (BI) companies combine business analytics_ data mining_ data visualisation_ data tools and infrastructure_ and best practices to help organisations to make more data-driven decisions.,Charity*The charity sector often referred to as the ^third sector^_ ^voluntary sector^_ ^not-for-profit sector^_ ^community sector^ or ^civic sector^_ aims to create social rather than material wealth.,Civil Engineering*Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design_ construction_ and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment_ including public works such as roads_ bridges_ canals_ dams_ airports_ sewage systems_ pipelines_ structural components of buildings_ and railways.,Consumer Electronics*Consumer electronics companies design_ market and manufacture mass consumption electricals such as a electric toothbrushes_ smart phones or iPads.,Consumer Goods*The consumer goods sector is a category of stocks and companies that relate to items purchased by individuals and households rather than by manufacturers and industries. These companies make and sell products that are intended for direct use by the buyers for their own use and enjoyment.,Content*Content businesses own and provide mass media and media metadata. This covers music and movies_ text publications_ ownership of standards_ geographic data_ and metadata about all and any of the above.,Cybersecurity*Cybersecurity companies help individuals and organisations to safeguard their data and systems from any unauthorised and illegal access.,Data*Data companies act as providers and aggregators of big data_ such as a social media platform that sells its user data or a credit rating agency.,Dating*Dating companies provide services facilitating clients meeting one another_ usually with the intent of pursuing romantic relationships.,Ecommerce*Ecommerce companies facilitate the buying and selling of goods and services over the Internet.,Education*Education organisations have the primary objective of providing learning. These establishments can be public_ non-profit_ or for-profit institutions.,Energy*Energy companies generate and regulate power from oil_ gas_ nuclear_ and renewable resources such as wind and solar.,Entertainment*Entertainment organisations generate value by providing people with something interesting to do or watch.,Events*Events companies have a passion for and experience in the intricacies and creativity of throwing a memorable and rewarding corporate or social event.,FemTech*Femtech heavily focuses on fertility or pregnancy solutions.,Financial Services*The financial services sector is made up of firms and institutions that provide financial services to commercial and retail customers.,Fintech*Financial technology_ also known as fintech_ is composed of companies that use technology to make financial services more efficient.,Food & Beverages*Food and Beverage companies include all the companies involved in transforming raw agricultural goods into consumer food products and distributing them.,Gaming*Gaming companies oversee the production_ delivery and marketing of video games.,Hardware*Hardware companies design_ produce and market computing hardware such as CPUs_ memory and storage.,Healthcare*Healthcare companies produce medical goods_ healthcare related systems_ services and equipment.,Healthtech,Hospitality*Hospitality companies cover a broad category of fields within the service industry that includes lodging_ food and drink service_ event planning_ theme parks_ travel and tourism.,HRTech*HR technology companies help HR and People specialists work more effectively and deliver a better employee experience.,Identity*Identity services companies automate the provision of identities and their authorisations to various cloud and on-premise business applications.,Insurance*Insurance companies sell coverage designed to help protect you against loss_ theft_ or damage to you or your property.,Internet and IT Consulting,Investing*Investment companies help savers invest their money and help spenders raise capital in financial markets.,IoT*IoT companies integrate everyday things with the internet and makes traditional products_ services and infrastructure a technology.,Legal*Legal companies aggregate and provide legal goods and services.,Lifestyle*Lifestyle businesses are usually brands that embody and reflect the ideal values and attitudes of their target market.,Location & Navigation*Location-based service companies provide real-time geo-data from various smart devices such as smartphone to provide information_ entertainment_ or security.,Logistics*Logistics companies link producers and consumers through multiple transportation modes_ including air and express delivery services_ freight rail_ maritime and truck transport.,Machine Learning*Machine learning companies create software that independently learns to do something they were not explicitly programmed to do.,Manufacturing,Marketing_ Advertising & PR*Marketing_ advertising and PR companies help businesses promote a product_ service or idea and advise on ways to use marketing channels to communicate and interact with customers and prospects.,Marketplace*A marketplace company creates a platform where vendors can come together to sell their products or services to a curated customer base.,Media & Publishing,Mortgages*Mortgage companies broker or directly lend money to buy houses and other property.,Nutrition*Nutrition businesses create_ market and distribute consumer health products that improve physical and mental health.,Online Media*Online media companies cover the creation and management of any information that is stored in an electronic format_ such as text_ pictures_ audio_ or video content.,Payments*A payments company primarily operates to facilitate online financial transactions between two parties.,Personal Finance*Personal finance companies facilitate services such as budgeting_ banking_ insurance_ mortgages_ investments_ retirement planning_ and tax and estate planning.,Pets*Pet businesses come in all forms. 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