Mark Sullivan on how his firm’s software helps win elections

Earlier in the week I blogged my interview with Mark Sullivan, who founded the firm that is supplying the party’s new CONNECT electoral database software. For some further background on him and his firm, here’s an interview Mark Sullivan gave in late 2008:

Hat tip: Neil Fawcett

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2 Comments

  • Daniel Henry 2nd Oct '11 - 11:48am

    Did anyone else get the impression that the presenter was reading cue cards that he didn’t really understand? 😀

  • Liberal Neil 3rd Oct '11 - 2:46pm

    No – but I did get the impression that this was one of those old style interviews where the presenter was genuinly trying to get a lot of usefil information out of his guest, rather than the more modern technique of interrupting them every few seconds with nonsense.

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