• Thursday, November 29 2018

    Blog: MBA Success Stories: Navya Ekkirala

    After doing an MBA in India, Navya Ekkirala studied for an MBA at HEC Paris to get the experience for a career in international management. Adapting to the French lifestyle, Navya partook in the numerous activities that the School had to offer while learning important skills such as leadership, teamwork and facing her fears I have had the opportunity to experience two completely different MBA programmes in two different...
    • Wednesday, November 28 2018

    Blog: How mentoring others can help you

    You may have considered b ecoming a mentor but dismissed the idea – you’re already busy, so it probably wouldn’t be worth your time or energy, right? Kevin Lee-Simion investigates why this isn't necessarily the case In most cases, a mentoring relationship is primarily seen as a benefit to the mentee, but actually, the mentor also has a lot to gain from such an arrangement. We spoke to a panel of...
    • Wednesday, November 28 2018

    Blog: The British brands thriving in booming Asian export markets

    No one knows what the future holds for UK business in a post-Brexit world, says Siddharth Shankar, but British businesses would be wise to shift their export focus from the EU to Asia There is much uncertainty amongst British businesses at present. Brexit is approaching and the likelihood of a ‘no-deal’ scenario seems to be increasing. No one knows exactly what this will mean for British business but, in...
    • Tuesday, November 27 2018

    Blog: How to raise capital from a tech giant

    Hazel Moore explores the trend of investing in start-ups, and gives some tips on how start-ups can gain funding Corporate investment in start-ups is on a major growth trend. According to CB Insights, a machine intelligence platform, corporate venture capital rose to over $31bn in nearly 2000 deals in 2017, with the most active investors including the likes of Google, Intel, Qualcomm, Cisco and Salesforce. More and more...
    • Tuesday, November 27 2018

    Blog: Could networking outside of your comfort zone boost business culture?

    As leaders we have an opportunity to stand up for something bigger than just our own industry or innovations, explains Chris Sheppardson It’s human nature to base what we know on past experience and knowledge, but as a result we often make assumptions and decisions in a rather one-dimensional way, based on what we think we know, rather than what might be. Whether intentional or not, these narrowed ways of thinking...