King's College London

Stereotypes of entrepreneurs ‘preventing problem-solving’

OUTDATED and negative stereotypes could be preventing people from recognising entrepreneurial qualities in themselves at a time when these skills are needed most, a...
Jelly Drops

Sweet taste of success as Jelly Drops give UK elderly a necessary hydration hit

LONDON start-up Jelly Drops is helping to boost proper hydration among elderly people and those living with dementia. These groups have been among the hardest-hit...
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A nation of shopkeepers? Entrepreneurs, more like!

ENTREPRENEURIAL Britain is a two-day initiative planned for 2021 and designed “to reignite the entrepreneurial spirit” of UK towns and cities. The outbreak of Covid-19...
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The route to profitability — in times of pandemic…

ASHLEIGH HINDE, CEO and founder of contact lens company Waldo, on the difficulty of balancing the people, payments and profits equation during tough times WITH...
escape room

Time to play! New company brings experiential and live gaming to UK

A NEW company dedicated to developing and staging large-scale experiential and live gameplay productions has been launched in the UK. Gamepath is a partnership between...
King's College London

King’s Business School co-ordinates study for embattled entrepreneurs

KING’S Business School in London is calling on entrepreneurs worldwide to participate in a study to help business owners survive the COVID-19 crisis. With livelihoods...
wages, salary, furlough

Employers welcome UK government decision to extend furlough scheme

By Hal Williams A DECISION to extend the British government’s furlough programme has been met with relief by UK employers. The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi...
Business taxes

Importance of SMEs to UK economy — and how to encourage them

CHRIS THOMPSON explains why small is beautiful for the future of Britain’s GDP CAPITALISM is under the microscope at the moment, largely because of the...
India Compass Future

New policies for a young country: India moves into the mainstream with more aid...

By LAKSHAY MATHUR ALMOST 65 percent of India’s 1.3 billion population is below the age of 35, and government alone cannot satisfy the career prospects...
Aurora Station

Hand over money, get a free T-shirt, and play your part in the space...

By HAL WILLIAMS WANT an investment that will send your cash into orbit? Get your wallet out and start the count-down — there’s no time...