As expected, the opening weeks of 2019 have been dominated by Brexit. The latest development – albeit a predictable one – saw Theresa May’s proposed withdrawal agreement roundly rejected by MPs, leaving the UK with no clear or determined path for leaving the EU.
The UK boasts some of the world’s most ambitious and innovative startups, leading disruptive trends across a variety of different industries. The numbers are impressive – 589,000 new businesses were created in 2017, and 3.5 million companies in total have been launched in the past five years.
There have been many theories about leadership, but not a single unified framework. Some theories attribute success in leadership to individual traits, whereas others focus more on how suitable the leader’s style is to the situation
We all know the drill. With the emergence of technological innovations unrolling one after the other, there are still those who refuse to go with the flow. In the business landscape, while many adopt new technology without skipping a beat
The United Kingdom (UK) has become globally renowned for its ability to cultivate innovation across established and emerging sectors. Leveraging its position as an international capital for commerce and finance