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 campaign for setting up rewards for students has been set up to raise inspiration levels
This article explores the most effective ways of promoting your personal brand to achieve maximum professional capacity online.
Students and parents at Hurstpierpoint College recently raised over Åí20,000 for three children’s charities.
The car that offers quality, security and general satisfaction. What features does the Tiguan have?
With successive governments and decision-makers ducking the question, will this expansion ever happen?
Amsterdam is a beautiful country with stretches of elegant canals, but what else does it have to offer?
The story of Nim’s Fruit Crisps Ltd and how Lloyds bank funded them to support the security of the company.
A guide to the art of enticing people to your stall at a exhibition
In December 2014, the Government created the Careers & Enterprise Company and allocated £20m to it, but how will it help the future generation?
With post Brexit nerves, Nik Askaroff, CEO of EMC, talks about the steps his company need to take to thrive in these times.
This article gives you a better understanding of the changes that landlords now face.
Brexit has had an immediate negative effect in the pound, which Trevor Charsley of AFEX gives advice for coping with the currency problems.
The new design of online tax returns have shaken up how most businesses currently manage their accounts.
Caroline Brown is questioned on her successful business on it’s 21st anniversary since opening.
Post-Brexit, many business owners may feel that dipping a toe or two into international waters is not only preferable, it is necessary.
A personal example of how to expand a medium sized business with Andy Leslie, Chairman of Network Aviation Group
There is often not enough appreciation for the serial entrepreneurs who stick with their first business…
Brexit has won the referendum, the future brings excitement but uncertainty. Shirley Smith explains the situation…
Oslo is a country full of beautiful scenery and exciting attractions. Rose Dykins highlights some of the stand out features in the Norwegian capital.
DDoS protection and learning how to protect from DDoS attacks must be at the core of a successful cyber-security strategy
The University of Brighton is launching a new student prize scheme, the Breakthrough Awards.
Lombard explains how technology management is key to maintain the most effective equipment for a company.
With easy steering and an impressive engine, the Focus RS has the ability to entice customers, no matter the price.
Imagine a swift mini with plenty of character and power… Introducing the John Copper Works Mini.
The struggles of having unpaid invoices are often difficult to resolve. This article gives some valuable guidance on the subject.
It’s the 100th birthday of the BMW and what better time to look back at the history of the successful German manufacturers!
Dawn Raids are usually completely unexpected. This articles gives expert advice on avoiding any issues if one takes place.
An insight on how to perfect your email marketing campaign and capture the reader’s attention.
An insight to The Birchwood Group with their marketing director Paula Kemp
The concept of innovation is explained to put the METALL methodology in perspective.
The Audi TT has always divided opinion, but the Audi TTS is the most rapid variant yet.
Ranging from baggage handling to the technology of teleportation, Uniglobe discusses the recent travel news.
Rivervale have an illustrious history in Brighton and are now expanding into a new and unique building to increase their great services.
The Ford Mustang is capacious and looks the part, but what other technologies does the car incorporate?
An insight into personal branding and how this could be impacting upon your networking success.
Top 10 mistakes employers make in the Employment Tribunal by Tony Hyams-Parish, Partner and Head of Employment at Rawlison Butler.
The original Zafira was the first compact seven-seater on our streets and now, with the launch of the Tourer, it is even more practical.
The 2020 Olympics’ host city is full of fascinating culture and meeting venues with mesmerising views.
The Sussex Business Awards launches in July and is set to celebrate yet another exciting year of regional business success.
Stuart Sutherland from Direct Marketing specialists Nova Direct, explains how they build mail and email databases and how they avoid irresponsible mailing.
The regions of the UK have performed very differently from each other and the type of work we do is changing.
Is it good news for employees, but bad news for local business? asks Maxine Reid, Restructuring Partner at Kreston Reeves.
Chris Coopey, ex-engineer and Partner at Sussex-based chartered accountants, Carpenter Box, announces the launch of a new business forum on 12th July.
Global Travel Management Managing Director Scott Pawley gives the inside perspective on business travel in the face of increased globalisation.
Twenty-five companies from across the District have been named as finalists each hoping to win one or more of the eleven trophies up for grabs.
It has presence and is big and spacious, but what else is there to make of a Jeep built by the Italians?
The XF was the first effort by the then new owners of Jaguar, Tata, who purchased the company from Ford.
Live video and The Future of Business Marketing by Shea Bennett, Head of Digital Marketing at Identity.
Fiona Anderson, Entrepreneurial Development Manager for NatWest, looks back on her first year of running Brighton’s Entrepreneurial Spark initiative.
M&A Continues to Grow Regionally for DMH Stallard.
Tips for avoiding faux pas when working abroad by Alyssa Bantle, Global Curriculum Manager, Intercultural & Language Training, Crown World Mobility.
Entries are flooding in for the Brighton and Hove Business Awards and it is essential that companies effectively showcase their achievements to stand out.
Under Young Enterprise’s flagship Company Programme, students find out what it’s really like to set up and run a business
Students from the University of Portsmouth Business School has won a competition for its contribution to the region’s offshore wind farm industry
Skoda, following their purchase by Volkswagen in 1994, are now utterly reliable, well built and make a very sensible purchase.
Who doesn’t love a supercar? Total arts-of-work-on-wheels that are good enough to lick and fast enough to rip your face off. What’s not to love?
The Ford Mondeo has held sway over this mid-range sector for quite some time and all things must come to an end.
It’s important to understand why major employers and investors put their time and money into our Gatwick Diamond
Fun, fun, fun awaits delegates in the entertainment capital of the US – as well as meeting options for companies of all sizes, says Rose Dykins
Global Travel Management Managing Director Scott Pawley considers the impact the EU referendum has on the airport capacity debate
Every day millions of hours are spent travelling for business around the world. Gillian Tans gives her top business travel hacks to make your next work trip even simpler and stress-free.
A happy and sad tale by DMH Stallard partners Philip Morton and Claire Carberry
Two well-known firms of accountants and business advisers in Sussex and Kent are planning to merge this summer.
Face-to-face networking remains an important element of many businesses’ marketing, but it doesn’t come naturally to everyone.
The Headmaster of Roedean, Oliver Blond, has improved facilities and results
Interview with Shéa Bennett, Head of Digital Marketing at Identity Group
Following the Chancellor’s budget it’s easy to miss some of the good things that will benefit businesses.
This is the most comprehensive mid-life facelift ever carried out by Mercedes, and that’s quite some claim.
The electric/hybrid market continues apace, the Bavarian Motor Works have come up with their latest incarnation – a hybrid X5.
Should you be taking advantage of the huge US market?
The German capital has first class facilities for business, plus the quirkiness and poignant history to captivate your team.
Nineteen years ago, just after getting married, Scott and Natalie Pawley launched a business-travel company in Horsell.
What the introduction of the National Living Wage will mean for businesses.
The annual Gatwick Diamond Economic Growth Forum brings public and private sector together.
Last month, we had the leak of the ‘Panama papers,’ so it is very easy to come to the conclusion that everyone is at it.
In the age of no win, no fee compensation, is it time to review your lone working policies and procedures?
The Acumen Business Convention brings together business leaders from across the South East for a day of inspiration.
Six local entrepreneurs have picked up a major cash boost at the annual #GoDoAcceler8 training and awards event.
Mitsubishi was originally known as a shipping company and was started by three brothers way back in 1870.
If you are embarking on a second or subsequent marriage then there are important legal points to consider.
Croydon’s biggest awards programme is returning for 2016 with a celebration of the borough’s business success stories.
Style is notoriously difficult to pin down; many people are fashionable but relatively few are truly stylish. In my opinion, it comes down to simplicity, elegance and individuality.
How networking can lead to the development of powerful partnerships and national awards.
Students at Portsmouth Business School recently spent a week learning from those who have experienced one of the world’s most tumultuous economies.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary, Ian Trevett spoke to the Headmaster, Tim Manly, and Registrar, Debs Treyer-Evans, who was originally appointed to oversee the transition to a fully co-ed school.
The entrepreneurial initiative for 16-25 year olds in business, Young Start-up Talent, has launched its first year in Chichester.
Entrepreneurial Spark ‘chiclets’ excel at the Brighton Young Start-Up Talent contest.
Petrol heads might recall the phenomenal Sport Quattro S1, now we have the chance to buy a road going version, albeit somewhat tamer, in the shape of the S1 Quattro road car.
The brand that most of us wrote off a few years back have thrown their hat into the ring with a competent and well built estate car.
Chris Coopey, Partner at Carpenter Box, celebrates the firm’s recent success at the Xerocon Awards in London and takes a look at the impact the internet – and ‘the cloud’ – is having on business today.
Interview with Lizzie Boyce, Corporate Partnerships Officer at IntoUniversity. Feature sponsored by DMH Stallard.
Surinder Arora was a bit of a surprise for his parents, and he has continued to surprise with his incredible rise to become one of the best-known hoteliers and businessmen in the UK. Surinder told his fascinating story to PBM…
Wanting to wow your employees with a wealth of superlatives and inspire them to aim high? The UAE capital holds the key.
Global Travel Management Managing Director Scott Pawley gives an insight into how the ultimate in first class flying can provide a viable option
A food manufacturer based in St Leonards-on-Sea has purchased two new production lines to increase its capacity and service more orders, with the support of a £240k facility from Lloyds Bank.
Cost has historically been the main catalyst that instigates discussions about outsourcing. However, a more recent development highlights the trend toward improving overall business performance becoming the main initiating focus for outsourcing.
It’s that time of year when we’ve seen increased demand for our research services.
How do you manage such a diverse collection of regions and countries with their individual issues?
The History of Mercedes-Benz.
The annual We Mean Business Expo and Croydon Ecodrive Motorshow is moving from autumn to spring in 2016 to give participating firms a major boost.