With advancements in technology, it’s become all too tempting, and easy, for tech companies to dump as many features into their products as they can in the hope that each new feature will serve as a key point of differentiation.
The Supper Club took a look at whether entrepreneurs understand how best to use external funding to grow their businesses.
Suranga Herath believes the success of his business, English Tea Shop, is about creating win-win situations for his team of 400 factory workers in Sri Lanka and its global customers.
As the retail industry takes another body blow with planned store closures at high street cornerstone Marks & Spencer, and after Homebase was flogged for a quid, there doesn’t seem much motivation to open a business with a shop front anymore.
Attitudes towards privacy have fundamentally changed say 4,460 surveyed after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. So, what is the European technology community’s responsibility?
There’s a reason why women pull out the gender card and blame their gender for holding them back by default.
London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) is the UK’s largest childcare social enterprise, which runs nurseries in the disadvantaged areas in London. We talk to June O’Sullivan to get to know the woman behind LEYF.
Rob Gros shares his story on growing an R&D focused medtech business, Chemical Intelligence Limited, starting with launching the world’s first non-leaching medical examination glove with in-built antimicrobial technology.