Claire Enders, Founder
After a successful strategy career in UK media, Claire Enders founded Enders Analysis in 1997. Today, Enders Analysis is the leading TMT research company in the UK, with over 170 corporate subscribers. Claire is the top independent analyst of the creative industries, the broadcast economy, content production and exploitation models in the digital age.
Enders Analysis provides research, analysis and specialist expertise of major markets (USA, UK, Europe). The team of 25 is led by economists and analysts. The company is a leading authority in its sectors for the Financial Times, the BBC and The Economist.
Enders Analysis supports a wide range of charities in the UK with which Claire is actively involved, including the NSPCC, and many cultural enterprises. Claire also supports the Scar Face Foundation, The Marie Colvin Network for Female Journalists and the Women’s Equality Party. A Freeman of the City Guild of Entrepreneurs, Claire is on the Advisory Board of Glyndebourne, a Trustee of the Pitt-Rivers Museum in Oxford and a former Trustee of the NSPCC, Glyndebourne and the Natural History Museum Development Trust. Claire is a graduate of Yale and of the London Business School.
In September 2016 Claire was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Television Society for her significant contribution to television, presented to her by Sir Peter Bazalgette
Malcolm Fallen, Chairman
Malcolm is Chief Executive Officer of Candover Investments Plc (part time). He is also Non-Executive Chairman of Kentech Corporate Holdings, a Dubai based global provider of technical services to the oil and gas industry. Malcolm has worked in a range of sectors, including 14 years in TMT, when he was CFO and Interim MD of BT’s consumer division, CFO of Eircom and CEO of KCOM. Malcolm graduated in Economics from Queens’ College, Cambridge.
Douglas McCabe, CEO and Director of Publishing and Tech
Douglas is a leading expert in tech and publishing media. He analyses supplier strategies and forecasts consumption, revenue and marketing expenditure. He is a former director of Fish4, the online advertising portal, and was director of sales development and market insights at the HMV Group. Douglas holds a degree from Stirling University.
Gill Hind, COO and Director of TV
Gill has widespread knowledge of the TV and radio markets. She was previously Operations Director at Freeview, and has run strategy teams in Channel 4 and Capital Radio, where she was also responsible for media regulation and competition issues. Gill holds a psychology degree from Bristol University.
Alice Enders, Director of Research
Alice Enders is Head of Research at Enders Analysis. She undertakes landmark research on the challenges and opportunities for creative industries in the digital age. Alice supplies consultancy services on music, licensing and B2B media. She is a former senior economist at the World Trade Organisation and was professor of economics at York University, Canada. Alice holds a doctorate in economics from Queens University, Canada.
James Barford, Director of Telecoms
James covers fixed and telecoms mobile operators in the UK and Europe, and has over 15 years' experience in the telecoms sector. He is a qualified chartered accountant and a former senior equity analyst with Lehman Brothers, and was an international consultant with PwC in the telecoms strategy and policy team. James holds a degree in mathematics from Oxford University.
Andrew McIntosh, Head of TV Analysis
Andrew has three decades' experience in media, specialising in commercial TV and AV. His career began on the agency side, working for AMV.BBDO and PHD in planning/buying roles. He switched to the broadcaster side when he joined Flextech Television Sales, later rebranded IDS within Virgin Media, as Research Director. Most recently he was Head of Brand Strategy at Sky Media, a role which included B2B marketing, internal comms and external comms. Andrew joined Enders Analysis in 2018 and has led research papers on AV measurement, CRR and addressable TV. He holds a BSc (Hons) in Applied Economics.
François Godard, European Media and Telecoms
François covers international content-related developments in publishing, telecoms, television and video. In the past few years he has consulted for the Conseil Supérieur de l’Audiovisuel and the European Broadcasting Union, and earlier worked as a journalist for FT trade publications and Variety. He started his career with the Aegis media services group. François holds a degree from Sciences Po in Paris.
Karen is a senior analyst covering telecoms companies and has more than twenty years of experience in the industry, initially as a regulator at the European Commission, followed by seven years of telecoms consulting with PwC in Europe and Asia and as an Equities Analyst in the City, including six years leading the number one ranked telecoms research team at Lehman Brothers. Karen holds an MA in Economics from Trinity College, Dublin.
Joseph is a senior research analyst in the media team. He writes about the internet and technology and their impact on traditional media, advertising and consumer services. He has led research on ad blocking, the evolution of mobile platforms and the rise of voice interfaces. Joseph holds a BA in Philosophy and Theology from the University of Oxford.
Matti is a senior research analyst in the media team, focusing on the data economy and its role in the convergence of traditional and online media. He has led research on marketing technology and the consolidation of the online ad industry. Matti holds an MPhil in International Relations and Politics from Cambridge University and an MA in German and International Relations from St Andrews.
Claire O'Brien, Head of Client Services
Claire manages our client relationships and business development. Claire also organises industry-leading events such as our annual Media and Telecoms & Beyond conference, co-hosted with Deloitte. Claire holds a Law degree from University of Westminster and a Masters in Law from Queen Mary University of London
Thomas is a research analyst in the broadcasting team, contributing towards a number of topics, from domestic viewing trends to issues relating to large-scale consolidation in international markets. Thomas holds a Masters in Management from Imperial College Business School and an MA in History from the University of St Andrews.