Britain seems to be a reservation nation when it comes to AI, and if it truly wants to be known for being a leader in AI, it will first have to tackle consumer perceptions.
Tennis champion Andy Murray fell out of the Wimbledon 2017 tournament following an injury, but the keen investor will have plenty to occupy his time in the business world.
Once you pay attention and take your rivals seriously, there are numerous things you’ll learn in terms of bettering your own performance. Take these Wimbledon stories as a case in point.
Like so many people around the world, I’ve been following the Wimbledon Championships over the past ten days. I was delighted to see an all British men’s singles match and also a British women’s seed – a first in 32 years. The tournament so far has also reminded me of just how much business has in common with the tennis court.
Wunderman UK’s executive creative director, Ian Haworth, reminisces about his time as a ballboy at Wimbledon, and compares like-for-like the tennis court trials to his role of creative director.
The internet is rife with the “skimpy” dress female tennis players are wearing at Wimbledon courtesy of Nike. But the dress saga itself seems to have spurred on a debate about sponsors and looks.
New figures from UKTI, the Government department responsible for exports, reveal impressive growth in Britain's exports of summer goods, including sports gear and summer food, last year.
Just how many of your employees will be tuning into Wimbledon from their desks this year?