In today’s ‘disrupted’ business environment, “idea management” is all the rage. It’s all about management working with their employees to build better, happier companies, where everybody is given a chance to express their opinion,
The world belongs to millennials more and more each day, and that is fantastic news for social media sites and online advertisers, because millennials love to consume media and they are big online spenders.
2016 was a damp squib in so many ways, for reasons we hardly need to go into here. But despite some reports to the contrary,
Toby Kernon has owned 19 cars in 20 years, he says. During that period he has switched models, makes, and styles, for a host of different reasons;
London-based bootstrapping entrepreneurs tired of skipping meals and working out of cramped, expensive offices with questionable hygiene are being given a chance to secure one of twenty free desks at a luxurious new co-working space next to East India DLR station,
Specialist property and asset consultants Lambert Smith Hampton have been appointed by the administrators of Karhoo to market what remains of the business and its assets.
Fans of TV could be forgiven for thinking there were only a handful of funny people in the UK – Frank Skinner, Michael McIntyre, Graham Norton,
A VC firm, NFJ Capital, that counts Dollar Shave Club, the subscription shaving start-up that was recently acquired for more than $1bn by Unilever, amongst its portfolio has led a $5m Series A funding round into Jobbio,
Given the column inches it gets, you could be forgiven for thinking that tech, and especially tech of a “disruptive” persuasion, has become such a vital part of any organisations’ overall business strategy,
It’s not the first time the idea of a popularity / power based app has been floated (Klout,
“One day we believe we can turn this business into a Unicorn”.
Simply put, I love Motivii! In a world where there is lots of data but sometimes little learning, Motivii focuses me on the important stuff.
7 years ago Alexander Gale and his Swedish wife, who had married in London, returned to her hometown of Gothenburg with a view to settling down and starting a family.