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Here, FPE Seals, explore how the working from home (WFH) trend will affect the economy and global supply chains.
Christian Keuschnigg discusses how venture capitalists & banks facilitate the process of creative destruction & steer capital towards a more productive use
Innovation means change. Professor of Economics Christian Keuschnigg discusses how venture capitalists and banks facilitate the process of creative destruction and steer capital towards a more productive use.
Paddy Bradley, CEO of Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership, describes developing sources of up-to-date labour market information to support decision making and track progress again set goals.
Fuel pumps across the UK have today introduced a new greener grade of petrol called E10, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announces.
A new report by Corporate Europe Observatory reveals that the tech industry spends €97 million on EU lobbying annually - with companies like Amazon spending €2,750,000.
The European Commission approved a €5.7 billion aid scheme, which will create 3,700 additional megawatts of renewable electricity in France.
In an increasingly polluted world, the textile industry is responsible for 10% of all greenhouse gases - so why is the fast fashion industry growing, with no signs of slowing down?
Edward Wade, Content Author and Technical SEO at Wilson Field, explores some of the alternative initiatives businesses can use to help themselves through tough times.
Global "vaccine nationalism" is the dominant approach to the virus so far - but according to researchers at Princeton and McGill University, this mentality increases the chances of a new variant.
By discussing how Brexit has affected trade between the EU and the UK, we can explore how the UK economy may experience local economic growth and how businesses should reinforce their operations to succeed in this new era of regulated trade.
Sandra Parthie, Rapporteur of the EESC opinion INT/935, argues that the EU’s industrial strategy needs a clear division of tasks & responsibilities.
Nigel Wilcock, Executive Director of the Institute of Economic Development, shares with us the six ‘must haves’ for Boris’ levelling up agenda.
The $1 trillion Infrastructure Bill, formally known as BIF, is a momentous and era-defining kind of proposal - with $73 billion laid aside for investment into clean energy infrastructure and electric-vehicle charging stations.
Here, we discover what we need to know about addressing the increased financial risk from the global COVID-19 pandemic, starting with the background and challenges faced.
Prof. Dr. Christian Keuschnigg discusses his observations regarding venture capital during his work at the Institute of Economics (FGN-HSG)
The Institute for Government and Wellcome Trust report says that attempts to globally end the pandemic have been "weak and fragmented" - with the Global North leaving the Global South to face an increasingly devastating pandemic.
John Bell, director and founder of Clarke Bell, reflects on the impact that reduced government support will have on struggling businesses over the months ahead and shares some advice on how companies can best navigate a difficult financial course.
The UK government has accepted the recommendations to offer NHS staff a pay increase of just 3% and junior doctors will miss out completely .
Professor Martin Jones, Deputy Vice Chancellor at Staffordshire University, explains why a job rotation scheme could be the next step in 'levelling-up' the economy.