Is remote work making us lazy? With tech savvy companies such as Zoom and X demanding that staff be more physically present, we explore the challenges and opportunities of flexible working. Does being present mean better results?
Is London truly losing its business community? And how do bosses genuinely feel about staff working from home? Research conducted by King’s Business School suggests that hybrid working isn’t as unpopular amongst employers in the city as people might expect.
To mark PRIDE month, we're sharing how business school students and alumni around the world are making the world a more inclusive, place.
Combining Nature And New Technology To Empower Rural Communities – Neha Upadhyaya, Founder Of Guna Organics
Witnessing the devastation of a flash flood inspired Neha Upadhyaya to create Guna Organics, helping protect rural communities from natural disasters and benefit from the elements
Using celebrities and athletes to promote your brands has been around for centuries. And now with social media, Cristiano Ronaldo and Beyoncé bring their enormous fan followings to a proven profit-making tactic for both the celebrity and the brand. So, what could go wrong?
The “Big Three” major recording labels continue to dominate the music industry, to the detriment of most artists. Research points to exploitive contracts, unfair royalty splits, and lack of rights to songs. But recording labels can be successful by being more fair and transparent rather than exploiting artists.