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The Secretary Of State For Education
France has a young dynamic President, but is this bad news for us?
The power and influence of Facebook shows no sign of receding. Is it a force for good?
Jeremy Corbyn probably won’t win the election but he will surely keep his firm grip on the Labour Party
Profile of the unflappable broadcaster who will be anchoring his final Election Night on the BBC
Profile of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
We look at whether or not Philip Hammond deserves his reputation as ‘Spreadsheet Phil’
Why are we being let down by our transport infrastructure, asks Christina Ewbank
Rugby legend Rob Andrew takes over as Chief Executive at Sussex Cricket
Theo Paphitis – The Champion of the High Street
The rise of the Home Secretary, since becoming a MP in 2010.
Will Trump give Farage the power he craves?
What will Trump’s presidency look like?
The World’s most Dangerous Man
What was the back story of the man who changed the world?
We are delighted to announce the expansion of the Platinum Empire with the publication of three new titles on behalf of the regional Chambers of Commerce.
Carney is Governor of the Bank of England, an expert economist who seems to always be in control.
After the shock of Brexit, the country needed a new prime minister to re-establish the country.
As the first Muslim leader of a Western capital, the world is watching how the London Mayor will fare.
Europe – What would Margaret Thatcher do?
Sir James Dyson – the story of the Dyson empire.
Upon his inauguration, he seemed to be a man that might change the world; a man who was full of promise; a man who had grand plans to actually change the way the USA was run.
David William Donald Cameron was born in 1966, and during his tenure as Prime Minister, has long …
Never has an individual so deserved the comparison to a James Bond villain as Jeff Bezos
Maarten Hoffmann explains how Simon Cowell is one of those people who divide opinion…
Donald Trump – The Serial Disrupter by Marten Hoffmann
Maarten Hoffmann writes about Queen Elizabeth II and her 63 year reign…
In Angela Merkel, the world has just witnessed the return of Germany as the dominant power of Europe
Paypal founder, Tesla inventor and now NASA launch contractor – Elon Musk
Maarten Hoffmann asks if Hillary Clinton is going to be the first female leader of the free world…
Philip Green – the high street fashion mogul who ripped up the traditional rule book…
If ever there was a person who justifies the Marmite tag, it’s Jeremy Clarkson. Find out why…
The Wizard of Omaha, the Oracle and the Sage of Omaha, to name just a few titles Warren Buffett carries around…
Tony Blair has always been a bit a conundrum, find out what Maarten Hoffmann has discovered…
Enigma, conundrum, buffoon or the smartest guy in Whitehall? Interview by Maarten Hoffmann
Lord Sugar – Sugar and Spice. Martin Hoffmann interviews Baron Sugar of Clapton
Heston Blumenthal OBE – Interviewed by Maarten Hoffmann
From Rags to Riches – Bernie Ecclestone interview by Maarten Hoffmann
Screw It, Just Do It – Richard Branson interview by Maarten Hoffmann
Brady Means Business – Karen Brady interview by Camilla Davies
Chairman of the Board – James Caan interview by Maarten Hoffmann
A new Experimental Suite has been built at Brighton College with the aim of disrupting traditional learning methods
Chris Coopey highlights his experience of the current market
SME manufacturers in the region are more confident around revenue growth, despite Brexit uncertainties
The M&A market is alive and well, boosted by favourable conditions for both buyers and sellers
The Mustang Fastback is remarkably cheap, has oodles of character, more than enough grunt. What’s not to love?
Review of the Infiniti Q60S Sport Tech
Business confidence in the South East falls, despite increasing sales and profits, says Richard Spofforth, Partner at Kreston Reeves.
Forget package holidays and Brits abroad, there are many sides to this Balearic destination
Not only the two members of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) who voted for rates to rise earlier this month, but also the rest of the committee.
An optometrist and opticians has opened, thanks to funding from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
Is Your Glass Half Full Or Half Empty?
Mick Cash, General Secretary of RMT sets out his case and appeals for much-needed round table discussions.
Angie Doll supports GTR’s plans for Driver Controlled Operation and the modernisation of our rail services.
Strong corporate deal activity for 2017
Leading law firms DMH Stallard and Rawlison Butler merge
An experience at a 16th century mansion in Warwickshire that was once owned by Danny La Rue
Review of the Audi SQ5
Work experience is key for employers but not many offer work experience placements
The perception of chess as a game reserved for the intellectual elite could not be further from the truth
Being a governor can take over your life, whether you intend it or not.
How are children with SEN are supported?
Seat have never attempted an SUV before but good lord, it seems like they have been at it for years.
Universities activity fuels many significant benefits to society and the economy
Great Walstead School’s Marketing Manager, Adrian Ashby, on the origin of education in a neoliberal economy
Hurstpierpoint College has been an education success story with a 100% growth in student numbers over the last decade
Our county’s Further Education Colleges all seem to have merged together or have plans to do so.
The choice of schools is currently greater than ever before
San Francisco’s lesser-known neighbour makes it on the business radar
Lancing College offers some tips on making the most of school Open Days
Chris Coopey offers a closer insight into Property Fraud and how this risk can be mitigated.
How buy-to-let landlords can avoid falling foul of the law when it comes to their properties.
A strong finance director can be a great benefit, says Jake Standing, Kreston Reeves
The Entrepreneurial Spark Hub in Brighton hosted a celebration event in July
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Employment Tribunal fee system, introduced in 2013, is unlawful
Chris Coopey highlights how tax-efficient employee benefits can retain valued employees and benefit a business at the same time.
Ecuador’s capital has big plans for welcoming business travellers
Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupé – review by Maarten Hoffmann
Volvo V90 – review by Maarten Hoffmann
Enforcing intellectual property rights is now much more affordable for the SME.
What does the election result mean for residential landlords and investors?
NatWest’s Neil Bellamy on why London and the South East lead the way in Tech
Michael Axe in RB’s Commercial Disputes team looks at the practical effects of the Insurance Act
This year Ferrari celebrates its 70th anniversary and what a 70 years.
Rix & Kay’s Residential Property Team reflect on the state of the market in some key locations across Sussex.
Hurstpierpoint College places great emphasis on readying students for the world of work, even if university is the chosen path.
The Motor Show has taken place and is over until next year, where it will be bigger and better!
The long-awaited second Tesla model is here following Tesla’s mission to change the world
The Wraith black badge is the most powerful Rolls-Royce yet, but what else does it have to offer?
It’s all in the eye of the business, says John Burroughes, Managing Director, Uniglobe Preferred Travel
In this article, Atiq Bhagwan and Liane Simmonds of Rawlison Butler, explain what IPRs you may own and how you can protect them.
What features makes the Maserati Ghibli so highly rated?
Paying the right Duty on imports and achieving VAT free exports are not forgone conclusions
It’s all in the eye of the business, says John Burroughes Managing Director, Uniglobe Preferred Travel
General Data Protection Regulation: What do employers need to do to prepare?
Don’t be held to ransom
Keep a weather eye on rough economic conditions ahead, says Kreston Reeves partner, Richard Spofforth.
James Colvin, Partner at law firm DMH Stallard, looks at some of the ways businesses can guard against disruptive contract disputes
Why are more and more people considering transferring their funds to an alternative pension scheme?
MHA Carpenter Box Partner, Chris Coopey, takes a look at life for British businesses who trade in Europe and beyond
Rose Dykins finds fast cars, high fashion and Japanese culture in the dynamic German city.
In the midst of Brexit, don’t forget about the fundamental changes already being made
Be entertained by the magnificient roar
The Irish capital is attracting attention from financial firms weighing up their post-Brexit options, Rose Dykins reports.
MHA Carpenter Box’s Chris Coopey offers money-saving tips
The Sandown Mercedes-Benz team have won Customer Service team of the year 2016
Pick up an event programme on the day of the motor show, and be in a with a chance for a Porsche experience
Lisa Downs, Partner in Rawlison Butler’s Commercial Team, suggests five key issues to address in your B2B contracts.
Exclusive interview with Tim Boag, London & South East Managing Director at NatWest
Employment Law requires employers to deal with their employees “reasonably”.
Bumping passengers is actually common practice, says John Burroughes Managing Director, Uniglobe Preferred Travel
With businesses increasingly opting for software in the cloud and HMRC ‘Making Tax Digital’, online accounting is already here
The ambitious Indian tech hub has become one of the fastest growing cities in the world
Realising the benefits of 3D printing, by Robert Ganpatsingh, Partner at law firm, DMH Stallard.
Surrey Business School launches first UK Centre for Management Learning
Maintaining talent in the Manufacturing, Engineering & Technology Sectors
Michael Derrick explores three considerations for business owners in estate management
Neva Consultants decided to mark their 25th anniversary by putting themselves forward for their industry and general business awards.
What features will the motor show have for the public?
What the Fiat 124 Spider offers
BMW 3.0 CSL
BMW M4 Competition Pack
Andy Fry, MD of Nova Direct, on the methods that can be used to ensure your data is clean and accurate
Vietnam’s unique history and landscape make for mind-blowing corporate incentives and events.
How can Brighton support your business?
How British Airways can learn from Mr Henry Lindfield’s unfortunate accident
Santander has created a series of Masterclass events
Lewes District Business Awards return for a fourth year running
The winners of the 2017 awards
Harry Sherrard, Principal at Sherrards Employment Law, advises how businesses can protect their information.
If you’re planning a business relocation, you will want this process to be as smooth as possible.
An insight into the Porsche 928
How has the Passat improved since it’s release in 1973
Steve Arundale, NatWest’s Head of Commercial Professional Sectors, reviews the latest NatWest Legal Benchmarking Report
The seven key implications small and medium sized businesses should know, following the first budget.
Geneva is always a great show and this year we were not disappointed
Small businesses excel in Brighton but only if you know how to take advantage of it, says Chris White.
Kelly Mills looks at how small and medium sized enterprises can help ensure they get paid on time.
Chris Coopey looks forward to the BITE 2017 event and also asks, is your business Apprenticeship Levy ready?
Ford have managed to put a 2.0-litre engine in the new ST that produces 247bhp which is mightily impressive!
Harry Sherrard’s new book, Taking Part, is a wonderful romp through the past three decades of adrenaline filled racing and adventure