Leaders must prepare now for the technologies of the future, but what might they look like? Ruth Hickin of the World Economic Forum and Mike Bechtel of Deloitte Consulting provide a glimpse.
While accelerating their digital transformation, IPAs shouldn’t let go of more traditional methods when it comes to engaging investors in a post-Covid world, argues investment promotion specialist David Parker.
Striving for gender and race diversity is always a good end unto itself, but in the venture capital industry homogeneity may actually be hurting returns.
The US-China 'decoupling' is far more political than economic, but US investment into China has remained particularly strong.
The UK has a long history of innovation; however, its start-ups are struggling to scale up. The British aversion to risk and success is partly to blame, along with a poor funding infrastructure.
Ragavan Arunachalam of Collyer Bristow explains why private equity investment is the best option for companies needing to raise money in a post-pandemic landscape.
While women workers have been hit disproportionately hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, the move to working from home has the potential to empower the female workforce given the extra flexibility it offers.
Many states are claiming to be 'open for business', but US borders are largely closed to foreign investors due to a recent change in entry policies, writes US immigration attorney Amanda Brill.
Foreign investment to the UK and US often gets bad press, so let’s not forget the jobs, innovation and funding it brings to both countries' economies.
As economies recover from the worst effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, many will be reviewing their tax policies. Chris Denning of MHA MacIntyre Hudson looks at what companies can do to prepare themselves.