As Black History Month ends, the final feature in our special series has seen us get feedback directly from the UK’s black entrepreneurs, who have shared their personal journeys.
Profits aside, week four of The Apprentice was a close one to call. Both teams made awful decisions that suggested they’re complacent – a no-no in business.
The Thriving at Work report commissioned by prime minister Theresa May at the beginning of the year is now complete, and it sets out ways businesses and government can make a combined effort of boosting staff mental health.
In the firmament of Brexit debate emerges an article by Haakon Overli, founding partner of Dawn Venture Capital, published in the Sunday Telegraph. It argues that the use of blockchain can and should be the bedrock for the post-Brexit environment.
From Elizabeth’s very own version of “The Robot” to the Jeffrii Siimon debacle – week three of The Apprentice put the lads to shame once again, with the girls scoring a hat-trick, and a clear one at that.
When it came to episode two of this series of The Apprentice, the challenge winners were chosen on which room Lord Sugar “hated the least”, with both only fit for sale via “Crap Advisor”.
October 2017 marks 30 years of Black History Month in the UK, but where do those of black heritage fit in with British culture and business?
British rural business owners that engage in exporting expect to grow revenue and ramp up recruitment at double and triple the rate of those that aren’t, new evidence suggests.
In arguably the biggest declaration to come out of the Conservative Party Conference, I for one welcomed the government’s announcement to pledge a further £2bn into a “new generation of council houses” and affordable homes for rent – though its execution will be key.
Our September 2017 economic statistics unfortunately unveil a month mired with data that pointed out issues within the UK economy.
The recovering eurozone and rising optimism seem to be going hand-in-hand. But out of a sample of six countries, the UK is least confident. This is partly due to Brexit, an issue which hasn’t actually spelled news for all, especially Billericay Fertiliser Services.
Regular readers of my column and, to be frank, most people who know anything about me, are aware of how passionate I am about apprenticeships.