HS2 promises to provide a fast and reliable train service from major regional cities to London, but is the project already in trouble before it has even begun?
On Friday 22 September, Transport for London (TfL) made a statement that, from 30 September, Uber would no longer be welcome in the capital.
Over the past decade, we have witnessed rapid sharing economy growth – an industry that has turned the concept of lending personal assets into a business model.
When it comes to travelling abroad or to a previously undiscovered destination for a work trip, there are several ways in which you can make the most of the opportunity.
Taking public transport to work is a chore for many – but how would you feel relocating your work environment to a bus? Commuting would certainly be easier.
When it comes to travel, the private jet is an increasingly popular mode of transport, and we’ve got the most popular destinations that passengers are heading to.
When it comes to business travel, we’ve all been there – juggling our laptops with our briefcases, or balancing a croissant precariously on our knees, whilst taking a sip of scorching coffee.
To mark the launch of our Black Cab Entrepreneurs series in partnership with taxi app Gett, we sat down with the company’s MD of Western Europe, Remo Gerber, for the first of our backseat video interviews.
Sadiq Khan’s intervention in the London cab market is seen as a boost for black cabs but there are still lessons to be learned from Uber and others, says Smart Design’s Nathaniel Giraitis.
Richard Cuda, Santander UK’s Middle East specialist, gives his views on why UK businesses should consider the UAE as an export market, some of the challenges that should be considered before entering the market and the services which are available to UK businesses without even leaving the UK.
Believing that British businesses should follow the example set by Virgin Trains in order to “nurture entrepreneurial spirit,” Richard Branson wants the nation’s leaders to make a concerted effort to hire ex-prisoners.
Virgin Trains has seemingly taken inspiration from Netflix with the launch of BEAM, a free on-board entertainment platform designed to deliver luxury and convenience with some 200 hours of content for passengers, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier, House of Cards, Top Gear and Frozen.