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.