We’ve been in search for a social impact project that would combine all the skills and resources we have accrued since opening our first innovation space in London 2.5 years ago
At its most basic, business is about great communication. This means that you listen to the needs of the consumer and provide them with an appropriate response....
I am London is a collective of five young artists whose art responds to their own experiences of multifaceted London
In a recent article published in Forbes online, engineer Tom Gillis says that “the truth [is that] the era of the engineer is over”.
The corporation was born in 1712, when coal began to be mined by machines ...
Human psychology ﬁnds it very difficult to deal with change and ambiguity, but the sooner we accept that things will be changing at a fast pace and focus on problem solving, the better it will be for the economy.
Recently we went to see the Inside Job and the question arouse; what is the main difference between creating money and creating value? It occurred to us that if it was money we were after then we were going in the wrong direction.
We wanted to know how the brain of a recent entrepreneur was coping with the change of leaving the corporate world. Below are her observations.
The following is an essay by our Brain Bank member, Marianne Abib-Pech - Head of Finance and Commercial- EMEA.
Since the Industrial Revolution our economy has been defined and sustained by big businesses.