It's day three of the Sage Summit, and Hollywood actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Zooey Deschanel have flown into Chicago to discuss making the switch from Tinseltown to trade with respective businesses Goop and HelloGiggles.
Author Zen Terrelonge
Day two of the Sage Summit 2016 has come to an end. With Richard Branson the main attraction for the day, other developments saw Sage CEO Stephen Kelly talk inspiration, the Internet of Things and instant messaging met finance, while international trade minister Liam Fox dropped into Chicago to discuss the UK-US relationship in the post-Brexit world.
Kicking off day two of the Sage Summit 2016, Sage CEO Stephen Kelly grilled Richard Branson on stage, which saw the billionaire entrepreneur discuss chasing the impossible and how he overcame his darkest day.
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Believing that British businesses should follow the example set by Virgin Trains in order to “nurture entrepreneurial spirit,” Richard Branson wants the nation’s leaders to make a concerted effort to hire ex-prisoners.
The Hilton brand is instantly recognisable for its global chain of hotels, but Paris Hilton is determined to shake off her birthright and forge her own hospitality niche in some of the most glamorous cities in the world.
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Recognising the creativity of growing British businesses, BMW has launched an Innovation Lab to join forces with startups in a mutually beneficial campaign that will deliver mentoring and investment access in exchange for ideas to accelerate its business.
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