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  • What are Pros and Cons of the Sharing Economy?

    The sharing economy is an idea that is very much present in the zeitgeist, but many of us don’t really have a comprehensive understanding of exactly what it is and where it came from. Whatever your level of understanding, the sharing economy is going nowhere, so taking a little look at it and...

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  • Behavioural Science: Who Decides What We Buy?

    Who decides what we buy?  It’s a chicken and egg debate. Innovation, improvement and creation of products and services are produced, on the face of it, for the benefit of the consumer. We assume that, in general, these products and services are created to cater to a supply and demand...

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  • Government Regulation and Today’s Tech Giants: How Far Should They Go?

    There have been several points in our recent history whereby a new innovation or technology has come hurtling towards us, but debate and regulation on these advances don’t come to fruition until they are...

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  • Finding the Right Talent for your Business

    A company is only as good as the people in it but how, in an ever-changing and developing recruitment environment, do you get the most talented and most fitting candidates to walk through your door?

    Many companies have become frustrated by an apparent ‘lack of talent’....

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  • Keep Your Early-Stage Company on Track

    New ideas are thrilling. So many of us are great at starting things; the genesis of an idea, the moment the lightning strikes, that flash of inspiration is pure joy. Taking your first steps into a start-up...

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  • What to Expect in the First Week of Your MBA Course

    Starting a new MBA course can be a daunting prospect.  Most courses appreciate this and begin with an orientation week so that students can find their feet and prepare to get the most out...

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  • Mental Heath in the Workplace: Changing Attitudes

    A hard-nosed businessman struts into the heart of the city for work. He works long hours away from his family, his job is everything! Working lunches, high targets, oppressive corporate bosses and...

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  • The Unlauded Benefits of Soft Skills

    Too often, graduates from higher education and business schools are not taught to acquire soft skills before going into the workplace. Their focus is typically on training and education,...

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  • The Pitfalls of Peer-to-Peer Lending

    According to Bloomberg, the Financial Times and a handful of other newspapers, peer-to-peer lending could be headed for a collapse. What began as a new, innovative way of lending capital may have become a ticking time bomb. The Chief Executive of Bibby Financial Services, David Postings, Read More

  • Is it Possible to Repair Reputational Damage?

    According to Aon's 2017 Global Risk Assessment Survey, reputational damage features in the top five risks for almost every...

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  • Tuesday, 25 June 2019

    What are Pros and Cons of the Sharing Economy?

    The sharing economy is an idea that is very much present in the zeitgeist, but many of us don’t really have a comprehensive understanding of exactly what it is and where it came from. Whatever your

    Read More
  • Wednesday, 15 May 2019

    Behavioural Science: Who Decides What We Buy?

    Who decides what we buy?  It’s a chicken and egg debate. Innovation, improvement and creation of products and services are produced, on the face of it, for the benefit of the consumer. We assume th

    Read More
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