The foundation of success
From its inception, BBK Fundación has shown a measured approach when plotting a course ahead, and in doing so, it has weathered the storms of numerous global crises
24 May 2023
The perfect blend for building brands
Morten Hoff is celebrating 25 years this year at Wilfa AS, the Norwegian kitchen appliance supplier, the last five as chief executive. It has been a bumpy ride at times, with setbacks that included losing agencies three times, but on each occasion the company has picked itself up and returned stronger than ever
24 Apr 2023
VIRTUS Data Centres: the backbone of the digital economy
There has been huge growth in the data centre services market, which is expected to reach a value in excess of $100bn by 2026. Neil Cresswell, CEO of the UK’s largest data centre provider, VIRTUS, explains the benefits of this global shift in IT infrastructure
20 Apr 2023
ESG supply chain due diligence: Addressing modern slavery and human rights risks in practice
There is an increasing need to ensure that human rights risks are understood and addressed across all of a company’s operations and supply chains amid an evolving legal and regulatory landscape
3 Oct 2022
Mental health awareness and how to address ‘leadership loneliness’
‘Corporate Clown Coach’ Em Stroud, works with CEOs and C-suite executives using vulnerability as a tool to develop personal growth and leadership techniques including those mastered from the art of clowning.
6 May 2022
For 20 years CEO Worldwide’s disruptive recruitment philosophy has provided executives for corporates around the world
With a vetted pool of over 20,000 international executives, CEO Worldwide is continuing its mission to distribute executive talent throughout the world
26 Apr 2022
Action and accountability on gender equality
When Jane Geraghty became Global CEO at brand transformation company Landor & Fitch, she was focused on driving a business that was truly equal, one that created a sense of inclusion and belonging, and one which helped brands become as diverse as their customers.
7 Mar 2022
T-shaped teams could be how we beat the ‘Great Resignation’
If one thing became strikingly apparent in the working world during the pandemic, it is perhaps that the extant hierarchical structure of work was in urgent need of reform. By overhauling the structure of teams and broadening the scope of recruitment, can companies overcome the ‘Great Resignation’ to attract and retain talented professionals?
22 Feb 2022
Algeria’s tech export pioneer hopes to create 1,000 new businesses
Bomare Company’s ambition of producing 7.5 million televisions a year will help Algeria’s entrepreneurs create hundreds of new engineering SMEs, says Ali Boumediene
6 Jan 2022
How Europe can work together to grow Unicorns
Europe is home to fewer than one in 13 of the world’s Unicorns, 7.2 percent. The bulk of the largest innovative companies are in the US and Asia. To push Europe into a leadership role in the coming decade of digital innovation, we need to change our approach.
8 Sep 2021
Creating champions: five Olympic coaching strategies top employers use
You’ve heard the cliche; champions are not born, they are made. But this couldn’t be more apt when it comes to Olympic champions. Behind every medal lies an immense amount of work: from the athlete themselves and from their dedicated team of coaches, physios and sports scientists.
4 Aug 2021
Providing the foundation for safety management long before the pandemic hit
In 2014, L’Oréal’s Operations Division began to reshape its safety strategy with a specific aim: to simplify its health and safety system
27 Apr 2021
How one Algerian company became a consumer electronics giant
Ali Boumediene, Founder and General Manager of Bomare Company said that “the path to success is not easy to find, you have to be determined, work hard and see far”. His capacity not just to work hard, but also to envision something far greater than the sum of its parts, means that today, his company commands an envious position in the electronics industry
12 Apr 2021
British Virgin Islands retains status as leading financial centre
Having expanded its offer of increasingly sophisticated financial products, the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is now a leading jurisdiction for company formations, registration of investment funds and structured finance issuers.