If there was anything to learn from the Brexit fiasco, it is how incredibly dangerous scare mongering can be. The country took a vote – absolutely nothing changed, nor will it for months, yet from day one the entire economy dropped like a stone, panic spread rife and investment dried up.
After trade secretary Liam Fox addressed Conservative activists at a reception, the internet exploded in anger. Embodying the criticism British business leaders have of his speech, columnist Jan Cavelle penned him a letter.
A third of UK shoppers have revealed they believe cash will be obsolete within the next five years, according to Worldpay, despite the fact the Bank of England is rolling out a new £5 note for use from Tuesday 13 September.
This week saw the news that Fabric, one of London’s most well-known nightclubs, is to be closed down. Is this yet another case of London gentrification?
A day to bring the importance of wellbeing to the front of people’s minds, Wednesday 7 September 2016 marks National Fitness Day. And given that wearable devices have commandeered such a strong piece of the healthy living market, Brits have revealed wild ideas about how tech will change the industry in ten years.
Bhanu Choudhrie is a director at London-headquartered private equity firm C & C Alpha Group, which has investments globally. And while money isn’t a problem for him now, his humble beginnings in unpaid jobs, such as car valet for his father, means he understands the true value of money as an investor.
If you prefer your holidays to offer more than just an opportunity to top up your tan and sip on cocktails, you’re not alone. Luxury travel planning network Virtuoso surveyed its advisors to determine the trends that are being experienced in the adventure tourism marketplace.
London mayor Sadiq Khan is picking up where Boris Johnson left off. He will jet to the US armed with 23 tech startups which will showcase entrepreneurial talent and promote business in the UK’s capital city following the divisive Brexit vote.
It’s sad yet true: after trading on the UK high street for 88 years, the last branch of BHS has been closed down – and former owner Philip Green is trying to weather the storm by putting “project Thor” in operation.
The PR team of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn could learn something from the way businesses go about communicating with the public after his attempt to showcase the "crowded" nature of British trains backfired.
You may think it tough for your firm to find a relevant tone of voice to capitalise on current affairs with, but we’ve got examples of big name, but unlikely, organisations that have embraced the success of Team GB during the Rio Olympics 2016 and the party mood of the forthcoming Notting Hill Carnival.
They actually went there! Jeremy Corbyn may have lied about finding no seats on his horrible train journey with Virgin Trains, Richard Branson lashed back with counter evidence and Sam Tarry, the man in charge of Corbyn’s leadership campaign, decided his comeback would involve dubbing Branson a "tax exile".