Parabis picks up Pannone affinity group head Jabbari

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  • Tesco law in reverse. Taking the inexpensive end of the B2B market out to the High St. Now that is innovative. Given his track record with other ventures, David is sure to make a success of this.

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  • Delivery ancillaries? Now there's a term you don't hear very often. Not quite a main player, more of a side show but very important nonetheless. Jabba must be chuffed to bits.

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  • Good on DJ for landing this and looks like an interesting variation of shared services. I have always been a fan of his work - albeit mainly from within competitor firms

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  • It would have been a formidable force if Jabbari had also joined comparethemarket ...not in a singing capacity of course which is unlikely to be his bag.

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  • Consumer Law support will undoubtedly require a whole range of services including Library.

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  • Is this a sign that Duke St are exiting the investment with Parabis? To date Jabbari's arrival has resulted in merger and closure.

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