Issue 6 2021
After months of restrictions imposed around the world as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is with much anticipation that we are able to look ahead to the reopening of borders and a resurgence of business activity.
Issue 5 2021
With the cautious lifting of travel restrictions and easing of lockdowns, many businesses and enterprises are now able to begin making plans to reopen fully, and to look ahead to an eventual return to business as normal.
Issue 4 2021
April saw a great deal of hope for businesses in the United Kingdom, as they were finally allowed to reopen following the lockdowns that have plagued the business world since March 2020. However, the same cannot be said for the rest of the world.
Issue 3 2021
2021 has had a tumultuous start. Not nearly as rollercoaster-like as last year, but there have been ups and downs aplenty already. However, that does not mean that there has not always been an opportunity to capitalise on small glimmers of hope.
Global Excellence 2020
Our Global Excellence Awards are an annual programme which has been designed by our in-house research team. Launched to recognise and reward the firms and individuals whose sustained outstanding performance has seen them leading the way in their industry.
Issue 2 2021
The events of the last year has magnified the importance of capitalising on opportunities whenever they arise. While the prevailing theme of the last year has been change, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic proved to be ever-shifting, with certainty becoming an almost alien concept.
Issue 1 2021
Like many of our January issues, we aim to start the year by looking back on the last twelve months. In hindsight, 2020 was an odd beast indeed. But, as we showcased each issue, it wasn’t lacking in developments. Despite monumental challenges, growth was still being achieved.
Issue 12 2020
As the final few weeks of 2020 are upon us, and many businesses are hoping for a fresh start in the new year, it is hard to not reflect on both the challenges and opportunities these past 12 months have presented.
Issue 11 2020
While we approach the end of 2020, there’s a certain retrospective perspective setting in, while we look forward to (what we hope is) a fresh start in the new year. It’s been a year of stops and starts. Plans halted. Adaptions made. We’ve been working from home here at AI Global Media, which has certainly been a unique challenge.
Issue 10 2020
In many ways, the bar for success in these unprecedented pandemic-times has been set at a new low. Faced with such disruption, we’re finding an acceptance in something as seemingly simple as self-care. We’ve tossed aside lofty dreams and goals and established altogether more personal ones – to make sure that we’re doing OK.
If you want to get into the world of investing through the medium of stock trading, you will discover that there are a plethora of tools to help you do so correctly.
There’s no denying that Bitcoin has come a long way over the last decade. The cryptocurrency that used to be regarded as the outsider, which people seemed to believe was exclusively used by people working in basements for transactions that they didn’t want anyone to know about, has become so mainstream that everyone from high schoolers to their grandparents could probably give you a fair approximation of what it is and how it works.
Despite a challenging near year and a half for the world’s economy, Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) have increased globally. A flood of cash into the market coupled with a raft of selloffs have presented an opportunity for many businesses to capitalise. And while many IPOs have garnered success, some have disappointed, and others have just been downright ugly. Here is our list of the good, bad and ugly recent IPOs.
Business and technology go hand in hand nowadays. From large international enterprises to small local businesses, technology has infiltrated just about every aspect of the business world. As consumers become more reliant on their devices to carry out their day-to-day tasks and we become even more connected, the relationship between business and technology will continue to evolve.
Procon Analytics is a leading innovator of automotive IoT and big data insights, focused on capturing and translating data into actionable business intelligence. Learn more from company leaders about the future of their technology.
Jacksoft Commerce Automation is a pioneering firm of Regtech and Computer Auditing Experts situated in Taipei, Taiwan. Specialists in IT and auditing services for businesses of all shapes and sizes, Jacksoft provides market-leading automated solutions and world-class training to its clients, giving them the tools to efficiently maintain compliance, so that they can focus on growing the successes of their business. We take a closer look at Jacksoft and its innovative offering following the firm’s success in being crowned the Most Innovative Computer Auditing Technology Firm 2021 – Taiwan.
Hybrid Working Could Lead to Discrimination and Lack of Diversity Warns Firm Of Business Psychologists
Leading Cambridge firm of business psychologists, OE Cam, is urging businesses to consider the unintended impact of hybrid working. Their modelling suggests that planned policies will likely lead to greater discrimination and a lack of diversity within organisations in the UK and offices worldwide.
Science is moving at a remarkable rate, and no area more so than that of Biotech. This branch of the applied sciences sees specialists harnessing the potential that nature has to offer to benefit mankind. A leader is in this research is the team at Dyna Biotech. As one of India’s leading biotech equipment manufacturers, with years of success behind them, we thought we’d take a closer look to find out more.
As the world has become more globalized, business has had to move to match it. With every country working to different standards, it’s little surprise that many have struggled to make the best possible investments in time and resources. Named Most Innovative HR Technology Company 2020 – USA in AI’s Global Excellence Awards, the team at Expandopedia have achieved unprecedented success. We take a closer look to find out more.
Survey finds threats such as activism, fake news and cancel culture have transformed the reputational risk landscape in the last five years.
Cybersecurity as a facet of growing CSR demands.
Our world is in flux. And although collectively, we are facing many challenges right now, there are myriad opportunities growing in tandem. As many organisations restructure in an effort to weather the current climate, we will inevitably see Europe follow in the steps of the United States and witness an increase in mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.
Medicinal cannabis Private Equity fund-vehicle JPD Capital has announced it has entered into a joint venture with Verdex Group to create and scale a medicinal cannabis start-up in Spain.
Within any bull or bear market there are opportunities available for those willing to seek them out; and the current recession is no exception. Below are a few of our thoughts in answer to the question of whether it is currently a good time to be seeking to acquire or dispose of a business.
At the end of the day, if you want to become an expert in business, that means that you’re going to be spending a lot of time making investments. Some of these investments may seem obvious: You’ll have to invest in equipment, real estate, and employees. Some investments, however, are more important and less obvious than others. Leading the way among them, you’re going to have to invest real time and money in yourself. Your mind may automatically default to investing in how you look and act, and yes, that is important. However, investing in your own skillset and education are truly vital to your business success. Here are a few ways that this is the case.
HM Revenue & Customs has spent £262,251 on cyber security training for its staff over the two most recent financial years, according to official figures. This data was obtained and analysed under the Freedom of Information (FOI) act by the Parliament Street think tank.
There are numerous opportunities to grow in the business world. You might start a company or look for the best places to invest money, but opportunities aren’t always what they seem to be. These are the most common scams to be aware of as a professional, so you don’t lose money on the road to success.