Paul Evans

Watt, Gregor
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p41
The article focuses on Paul Evans, chief executive officer (CEO) of Axa Life in Great Britain. It discusses Evans' achievements in life particularly in the business. It also focuses on the transformation process that Axa Life underwent before it attained success in business. Evans states that earlier implementation of changes makes a business ready for the future. According to him, focusing on what the consumer wants and what his business can deliver is the true essence of its existence.


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