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After entering the world of media working for a local newspaper as a teenager in regional Queensland, Leisa Goddard has almost 30 years' experience as a trusted Australian journalist and …Read More

Raymond D. “Ray” Zinn is an inventor, entrepreneur, investor, angel, bestselling author and the longest serving CEO of a publicly traded company in Silicon Valley. He is also the founder …Read More

Online shopping has been on a steady rise in recent years placing Australia’s E-Commerce industry among the top ten globally with over $32 billion of online purchases. The foremost awards …Read More

 

Like many sectors in the UK, the legal profession is finding it challenging to recruit and retain good staff. Unemployment levels are at a historic low making finding new recruits …Read More

Walter L. Schindler, PhD, JD has 38 years of legal experience as an attorney specializing in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and public offerings of securities, including 19 years at …Read More

Mike Brockman is a maverick in the stuffy world of insurance. He turned 61 last year and in the same year started up a new tech business – ThingCo – to …Read More

Felix van de Maele is the CEO and Co-Founder of Collibra, a leader in enterprise data governance and catalog software. Born and educated in Belgium, Felix was inspired to create …Read More

 
I'm Kerri L Watt, a Media Strategist and Brand Reputation Specialist based in the UK. Working from my seaside and forest base, I work with clients worldwide to create and …Read More

Start Up

Being called a ‘mumpreneur’ is actually patronising

    Shazia Mustafa, founder of Third Door, a family-friendly coworking space with an on-site Ofsted registered Nursery tells us why being called a ‘mumpreneur’ is actually patronising.   Well…

Social Media

Entrepreneur Tech

Joel Beverley: Growing your SME with specialist rota software

    As your business grows, so does its complexity. New barriers to growth emerge as a result of this complexity, including poor communication, issues with staff morale, and cash…

Our Writers

Maxine Park: Resilience – the key determining factor for business and life

  Last week at a business event, one of the audience bemoaned the lack of resilience in today’s society.   It was a moment that struck a chord with me…

Too Many People Have Become Miners

  By Chris Sheppardson, CEO at EP Innovates (www.epinsights.co.uk)     It’s been a remarkably difficult period of time for UK businesses since the crash of 2008 and with the…

Page One Person

Page One Person: Walter L. Schindler of of Transformation LLC

Walter L. Schindler, PhD, JD has 38 years of legal experience as an attorney specializing in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and public offerings of securities, including 19 years at…

Marketing

The Missing Core

    Picture the scene: visionary leader, big ideas, gift of the gab. They decide to make a podcast. They find a smart cookie to handle the technical stuff, prepare…

Finance

Growth and Strategy

Research reveals the top traits that cost interviewees the job

What personality traits are most important to recruiters, and what traits should you be looking out for in your candidates to avoid making a bad hire? While skills and experience…

Travel

Tamara Tankosic: Master Stress-Free Travel

    The world is travelling more than ever before with the rise of the affordability and accessibility of travel, as well as growing demand for global connectivity. The passenger…

Motivation

Ask the Experts

Christopher Thurn: Should your business be more transparent?

  Christopher Thurn, founder of legal management technology company, Alacrity Law, looks at how being more open can benefit your business   Before my switch to legal technology, I worked…