In Game of Thrones G.R.R Martin’s land of fire and ice is a cut-throat world of underhanded dealings, betrayals, utter chaos and abject poverty – but business finance also has its place.
Game of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke, a powerful female leader on the show, and now in real life, has revealed that even she finds herself challenged by inequality in the workplace.
With season six of HBO’s Game of Thrones finished, normality can resume. So, assuming you don’t own a fire-breathing dragon or wield a sword to get your point across, we’d like to present to you the six tips to conquer the world of online selling, as inspired by the beloved TV show.
It seems the workforce is filled with die hard Game of Thrones followers and, to be perfectly honest, the behaviour of fans is almost as intriguing as the action on the screen. And just so you know, most don’t plan on being at work on 25 April.
With the summer Budget now unveiled, Scottish comedian Frankie Boyle took the time to liken chancellor George Osborne to a Game of Thrones Lannister, and suggested that humanity will be lacking in his speech.
The Lannisters who always pay their debts and the Dothraki and their horse hearts are apparently closer in comparison to the current crop of politicians than you may think. Jon Snow explains it all.
On April 13, Game of Thrones will be returning to UK screens with the highly anticipated fifth season of the series. If you’re anything like us you’ll be eager to return to the world Westeros.