The new season of The Apprentice is here and with a new cohort of ‘entrepreneurs’ vying for Lord Sugars attention we’re in for more of the same.
As HP lauch a new range of products aimed at SMEs I talk to George Brasher about how HP keep innovation at the heart of what they do.
Having flown with Norwegian air once before and having to turn right towards economy when boarding I jumped at the chance to try out the premium option on a recent trade mission to New York with UKTi that the airline was sponsoring.
Hollywood star Sir Michael Caine said today he is ‘certain’ Britain should leave the EU – spawning a series of supportive memes from politicians and the public.
Most of the UK have watched the apprentice at some point, including myself, in fact I write a column on it every week! So when the opportunity arose to interview a previous winner I couldn’t resist finding out what had become of them in their business life once the cameras stopped rolling.
After working out where Dover is the girls compete with each other and the boys try to speak french.
I might be an journalist now, but I’m also a musician – a trained pianist to be exact. So when CEO of Skoove, Florin Plenge, said he’d got an app that would teach anyone piano, I was keen to meet him, use it and establish if such a bold proposition was even possible.