The Future of Search: Maximising Investment with Google

April 2019

Our April INSIGHT | SIMPLICITY Breakfast was all about The Future of Search: Maximising Investment with Google.

The discussion was hosted by fdu’s CEO Adam Bloch and our guest speaker was Paul Goldstein, who manages some of Google’s largest Tech Clients in EMEA as part of Google’s Global Sales Organisation. Paul led the conversation about the opportunities in Search ranging from AI to Voice as well as the measurement of the Search impact on P&L in a digital environment.

All discussions were held under Chatham House rules.

About the fdu INSIGHT | SIMPLICITY Breakfast Series

fdu’s consultative approach to Executive Search and Recruitment is based upon our deep sector knowledge, our networks and extensive experience. We distil this insight for each unique Client situation, allowing us to provide strong results through our bespoke service.

An important part of this process is sharing knowledge – sharing insight – among our Clients, our networks and interested parties in the various sectors we serve. Our INSIGHT | SIMPLICITY Breakfast Series brings small groups of high-level individuals together to discuss strategically relevant topics in the business world, with an expert guest speaker sharing insight into their respective field.

Our Breakfasts take place every month with a different theme each time, ranging from talent retention in M&A, to Brexit impact, to the role of AI in Finance, to the changing C-Suite role during today’s business transformation. You will certainly leave the Breakfast with greater insight, new industry contacts and points to ponder … for the next event, perhaps?

For more information

Please contact Michelle Blackie

+44 (0)203 196 0780
+44 (0)7702 307 852


Event Details

Where: fdu, 1 Paris Garden, London, SE1 8ND

When: Thursday 11 April 2019

Time: Tea and coffee at 8.00am; Start 8:30am – End 9:45am


Southwark – 5 minutes walk

Waterloo – 10 minutes walk

London Bridge – 10 minutes walk

Blackfriars – 10 minutes walk