Before the bitter chill blew across the UK, I was fortunate enough to stay at a Cheval Residences location in Kensington, where I spoke to the luxury travel firm’s boss.
Martin Davidian of FedEx Express identifies the four major stages an SME should go through as it begins to scale up and conquer global markets – building relationships with customers and constantly innovating as it goes.
While we might think that as humans we’ve evolved far beyond the habits of our ancient ancestors, we are all still affected by our history. Eye lines and balance are two key elements with roots in our ancestry that alter the way we shop in the present day.
Alison Gamble, head of marketing at Taylor Vinters, and Robin Bryant, managing director of Mobas, explore some of the new and exciting marketing methods employed by the legal sector.
Now the UK economy is in recovery, companies are feeling increasingly confident and looking to reduce costs and streamline their operations in different ways.
With 1 January 2015 marking 30 years since Michael Harrison made the world’s first mobile phone call, it’s fair to say that he and the 1980s’ world population would scarcely have believed how dependent we would become on the communication tool.
In his latest book, “David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants”, Malcolm Gladwell argues that we all misunderstand the story of David and Goliath. He believes that David beat the giant, not in spite of his diminutive size but because of it. David had a better weapon – the sling – and was more agile than the lumbering Goliath.