We all have some type of creative genius inside of us and the only way to release it is to work on it. However, a recent TED talk drummed home the fact that great implementers of creativity also have some peculiar traits.
Healthy ice cream brand Wheyhey, which has model David Gandy among investors, is on course to fight for a venture capital round of up to $5m having secured a place in the California-based Thrive accelerator for foodtech startups.
Seemingly Uber’s controversies aren’t enough to slow it down, as the on-demand car service and other ride-sharing platforms are set to see global revenues double to $6.5bn by 2020.
With the recent news that Deloitte warned staff at UK mobile commerce company Powa Technologies to not give intellectual property to former management, it raises the question: how can firms protect the business when going into administration?
Britain’s office workers are devout procrastinators, according to a new study. It found the average staff member wastes 12.5 hours a week on non work-related tasks, and we’ve got the rundown of the ten activities they do to kill time.
For many entrepreneurs, time is a key constraint to growing a business. But in order to help entrepreneurs relieve their time bottleneck, assistant professor Onesun Yoo from UCL School of Management scientifically revisited the popular mantra of “invest time now to save time later”.
Preparing for the end of the tax year can be a stressful experience, particularly when many of us are still trying to keep on top of our day-to-day work – but it doesn’t have to be, writes webexpenses management accountant, Bernard Crumlish.
A new campaign being launched by the House of Commons seeks to more than double the number of active angels backing UK firms by 2019.
Our world is accelerating at a frenetic pace. All around, digital advancements and new social platforms are changing the way we work and interact with each other. So what can we learn from Hollywood about recruitment?