50. Stuart Hughes

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Stuart Hughes, Group CIO at JCB
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Stuart Hughes, Group CIO at JCB

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Group CIO, JCB

While JCB, where Stuart Hughes has been Group Chief Information Officer for two years, might be a well-established, family-run industrial firm, much of Hughes's experience has been gleaned in the new economy: first, at ecommerce company The Hut Group, then at travel marketplace LateRooms.com. Hughes describes himself as "an ex-developer frustrated by management" and who therefore tries to create environments in which developers and innovation can thrive.  

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Group CIO, JCB

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