19 quotes on gender parity from Davos 2015 - Agenda...
In 2007, Moshe Braun was a self-employed graphic designer in London. When the recession hit, he knew he had to diversify
An article for the World Economic Forum's blog 'Agenda'
Social media platforms such as Vine, YouTube and Instagram have created lucrative career opportunities for a new tribe of online stars. Ian Sanders asked four of them to tell their stories.
Key quotes from the sessions, In Tech We Trust and The Future of the Digital Economy at Davos 2015....
18 quotes on the global economy from Davos 2015
The 45th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Switzerland from 21-24 January 2015. Here are fifteen things to know about this year’s meeting.
Step inside Rough Trade's new store in the creative quarter of Nottingham, a city in the English midlands, and it feels unlike any other of the long-established retailer’s outlets. Last year the company opened a vast store in Brooklyn; this one couldn't be more different.
Alex Smith started his career working for big London retailers like Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, yet his ambition was always to open his own shop. In March 2014, he did just that.
Len Kendall is at his desk in Chicago thinking through the sales strategy for his startup CentUp, a business that facilitates donations to online content creators – such as bloggers, photographers and illustrators – and charities.
First Person: 'I give advice to strangers' - FT.com...
As more and more UK business ventures expand across the Atlantic to America, a few culture clashes and lessons in a new kind of business are inevitable. Ian Sanders talks to five Brits who have gone stateside
Earlier this year, in honour of Saint Patrick's Day, Margaret Molloy asked a sample of her Irish connections around the world a simple question: 'What does it mean to be Irish in business?' Ms Molloy has been based in the US since she graduated from Harvard in 1993. Today she lives and works in New York where she is global chief marketing officer at Siegel+Gale, a brand strategy firm.
The new wave of Irish entrepreneurs is hitting foreign shores
As banks have become more nervous about lending money, budding entrepreneurs are increasingly turning to a more democratised method of raising cash. ‘Crowdfunding' comes in many forms and offers varying rewards for investors, says Ian Sanders