The CEO of Streetwise explains the pressures young people face, and whether any mental health issues they have would sufficiently be addressed once they enter the world of business.
Pip Hulbert, CEO of digital agency Wunderman UK, explains why wellbeing is every business’ business.
A reward-based health and fitness app called Sweatcoin has shaken up the App Store, changed history and sealed a $5.7m investment in the process.
Everyone makes plans in January to turn their lives around – but it’s often easier said than done. Here, we look at some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions, and how to make them stick.
While we can’t always avoid the challenges and set-backs we inevitably face in life and in business, we can take steps to strengthen our resilience to be better prepared for when the road gets bumpy.
As we continue profiling entrepreneurs for Black History Month, one founder explains why he was forced to turn away a client who made an outrageous remark.
To mark its 20th anniversary, Bannatyne Group has announced a £50m investment plan to advance facilities with new technology and equipment across locations nationwide.
Triathlon involves three disciplines – swim, bike and run – which makes it perfect for a multisport programme because everyone can do something, so we’re getting employees to take part in them.
In terms of productivity, since every business is different, arguably there’s no one-size-fits-all answer.
If you keep your workers happy and healthy, they are likely to work harder. Managing productivity in this way makes good business sense.
When it comes to lists about innovative tech locations, it’s perhaps unsurprising that London ranks high. However, it’s by no means the only UK city making waves.
Elena Shifrina’s colourful career has included catwalk modelling and MIT study – but now she wants to conquer the UK with her healthy snacks business Bio Food Lab, which sells 2.5m bars a month in her native Russia.