Monthly Archives: July 2020

Venture Voices: In2Med

Venture Voices: In2Med

The past year has taught me that no one can predict what will happen. On a flight to India, sitting next to a bin in the departure lounge of Doha airport to find WIFI in order to promote my course to Indian students, I could not have imagined that in a space of just 12Read more

Venture Voices: EasyA

Venture Voices: EasyA

EasyA is an educational technology company that connects students with expert maths tutors on-demand, so they can get expert help right when they need it: students simply snap a photo of their question and are matched with an Oxbridge tutor who can help right away! Without a doubt, the past 3 months have been challengingRead more

Enterprise Tuesday Keynote Insights: Janneke Niessen on the superpower of entrepreneurs

Enterprise Tuesday Keynote Insights: Janneke Niessen on the superpower of entrepreneurs

No, No, No: the superpower of entrepreneurs The life of entrepreneurs sometimes seems just fantastic. In the media, you can read about the successes, clients that are brought in, foreign offices that are opened, trips that are made, new investments, IPOs, sales of the company, prizes that are won. It sometimes looks like a dream.Read more

Business Leader Series: Comline

Business Leader Series: Comline

Comline is a wholesale distributor of car parts to the independent aftermarket in the UK and across Europe, supplying for all makes and models in our own brands. The company was started in 1997 and currently has 230 employees across five worldwide offices and warehouses. The Coronavirus situation has hit us like all businesses inRead more

EnterpriseWOMEN Success Story: Financial awareness in business – starting and scaling up amidst a pandemic

EnterpriseWOMEN Success Story: Financial awareness in business – starting and scaling up amidst a pandemic

The new norm of online working, the wonders of technology as well as the tenacious attitude exhibited by Dr. Ghina Halabi and her team made the Money Talks workshop a successful session. Ghina’s introduction emphasised the importance of understanding our economic and cultural value as women in the business world and in entrepreneurship, which currentlyRead more

We are using cookies on our website

Are you happy to accept our analytics cookies, which help us learn about our website visitors and their use of this site? Learn how to disable all cookies.