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Jan Gooding

Jan Gooding

Group Brand Director, Aviva
Jan Gooding joined Aviva, where she is Group Brand Director, in 2008 and has more than 30 years’ experience marketing and advertising. She career began...Read more

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Mark Wilson

Group Chief Executive Officer, Aviva
In an eventful career Mark has rescued a number of underperforming global companies, consolidating his reputation as a skilled turnaround specialist. Starting out in New...Read more

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If the rewards are so big, why aren't all companies cracking the 'force for good' issue?

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