Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg and employment relations minister Jo Swinson have voiced opinions on a new government study that found more than half of the country believes childcare should be a responsibility for both parents. However, a review of recent reports suggests that belief still has a long road ahead.
As every company and job are considered digital today, there's a responsibility to bridge the divide in UK schools, colleges and universities with a technology ecosystem, preventing the country from stifling potential and failing youngsters.
Three quarters of parents in the UK want to see schools teaching their children lessons around social media, online advertising, viral marketing and digital PR, believing the knowledge will help them secure successful jobs.
Children's book and app publisher Nosy Crow was named the Young Company of the Year, which was sponsored by Citroën, at the Growing Business Awards on 25 November. To find out more, we've spoken to the company's founder and managing director Kate Wilson about the win, what it's like to operate in an area that fuses print and digital, and having a Disney character as a mentor.
Social mobility tsar James Caan employed his daughters, and he's not the first one to do so.
Entrepreneurship teaches children plenty of things; so we have to make sure we encourage them to turn their hand at business from the very start.