For the past few years, technology has been among the hottest areas for investment around the world. Real disruption is being made through the use of technology, particularly in sectors which have become reliant on cloud or open platforms to create solutions to age-old problems.
Private jets have experienced a huge surge in demand from Premier League and Championship football clubs, as deals to sign superstar players during the summer transfer window need to be inked by 11pm on Wednesday 31 August.
It’s that time of year again – the summer holidays are drawing to a close and parents up and down the country are looking forward to a little more peace and quiet as they ship their kids back to school. But what does the changing season mean for businesses?
A topical debate in recent years has been the issue of female representation on boards. Company boards around the world are predominantly made up of male executives, with a very small proportion being female.
As a 25-year-old running my own business I am fortunate to work with different clients. From businesses that have been operating for years, to recent startups. What's new though, is working in an office run almost entirely by under 25s.
Led by a government drive, exporting has been steadily creeping up the news agenda and now sits at the top of "to do" lists of businesses of all sizes. The message is clear: to achieve fast and sustainable growth, firms need to enter new markets. But where to start?