As part of our commitment to showcase where enterprise and entrepreneurship are being celebrated most in the world, we look at the example of Canada, and in particular Ontario – where Thalmic Labs and Nymi have been experiencing considerable success.
The co-founder of Facebook, Dustin Moskovitz, claimed the recent investigation into Amazon's office culture highighted that companies needed to stop demanding much from workers.
It has become clear that the lack of females in the UK's tech sector has gone from being a diversity issue to an economic one – despite the digital skills gap expected to reach 1m workers by 2020, only 17 per cent of people working in tech are women. But according to some, a huge revolution is taking place in the sector.
Many wearable devices to date have failed to live up to expectations – Google Glass and the Apple Watch in particular left many consumers wanting more. Valerie Riffaud-Cangelosi, new markets development manager at Epson believes that in 2016 we will see new applications for wearables reviving demand for the technology.
We've all heard the analogy that in many ways running a business is like playing a sport. It's been proven over and over again, and Media Legends Group, co-founded by tennis ace and leisure entrepreneur David Lloyd, is no different.
Michael Carbone, managing director at Sage Payments, looks at how small and medium-sized businesses face a serious money problem – and why companies of both these sizes are the authors and the victims of this problem.
Last night, Joseph Valente was named the winner of The Apprentice 2015 and Alan Sugar’s new business partner – in essence, beating the boardroom.
Developments in technology move at such a fast pace that it can be hard to keep up with the many advancements and the associated business benefits, so we've observed how you can plan for the long term by asking three key questions.
The UK, it seems, ranks ninth in the world for quite a few things, including its competitiveness and the performance of its economy.
In today’s world, working women are no longer a shock – you expect to find them in all corners of the corporate world. However, I’ve been surprised how deep the gender bias can be since joining the technology industry a few months ago.
Helen Lamb, head of managed infrastructure services and executive sponsor for the Gender Diversity Programme at Fujitsu UK and Ireland, explains why technology businesses need gender diversity, why some struggle to achieve it and the practical steps organisations must take to attract the best female talent.
Increasingly, the CFO needs to be seen as a leader within the entire organisation. With this in mind, KPMG sought to find out what challenges they faced, including the expectations CEOs placed on them.