Founder and Managing Director of Avandis Consulting, Dr Anino Emuwa talks through why fintech is the darling of investors.
When your loved one is overwhelmed from work, do you wonder how you can help? You may have seen a variety of ways they try to handle those work demands, with differing degrees of success. Addictions Therapist and Founder of Love With Boundaries, Candace Plattor, explains what you can do to help.
As the Tokyo Olympics are finally about to begin, journalists and sports leaders are formatting their tables to count the number of shiny round pieces of metal that our nation’s athletes bring back. Olympic medallist and business coach discusses the ‘results fallacy’, and how much of an impact the craving to win is really having on the workplace and society as a whole.
Anna-Sophie Hartvigsen, partner and co-founder of Female Invest, explores the unaddressed gender disparity in finance, investments and savings, and explains how women can take the simple step of learning to invest in order to make a difference.
A decade ago, partial exits were a fairly rare occurrence for entrepreneurs. Buzzacott’s corporate finance director Andy Hodgetts explains why private equity houses in particular have more of an appetite for partial exits, becoming a very attractive middle ground for many entrepreneurs.
Getting a good night’s sleep is the worst kept secret when it comes to productivity and success within business and decision making, but, neurophysiologist and sleep expert Dr Nerina Ramlakhan explains how you can do more to train your brain, and be the best version of yourself beyond the advised 8 hours.
If you are a dedicated LinkedIn user, you may have heard of the Pretty Little Marketer page. We chatted to its creator, Sophie Miller, about how young professionals, freelancers, or individuals looking to enter a new industry can make their own experience and boost their personal brand without relying on traditional employment.
Leading child psychologist, Alison McClymont talks through the ways we can encourage our future business leaders to fail fast, grow-up with strong emotional intelligence and accept that vulnerability is ok.
TikTok are piloting their latest addition to platform: TikTok Resumes. Currently only available in the USA, the new feature in the app will help employers find their ideal candidates through short, creative videos while also helping users find new career opportunities and apply through TikTok’s easy-to-use tools.
Salaries are often kept quiet as an agreement between employees and bosses to prevent disputes and conflict. However, this secrecy can subsequently promote the unfair gender pay gap that favours men in the workplace.
Real Business discusses “hustle” culture and the monetisation of hobbies and free time changing people’s lifestyles.