Business
  • Daniel Hirschmann – Technology Will Save Us

    Natasha Bird meets super-geek-come-superhero Daniel Hirschman, to chat time machines, resourcefulness and how much sellotape is enough sellotape… Technology is great. Without a pocket-sized Insta-portal to the filtered and framed world, how would we know that our cheeseburger really is […]

  • Julio Thomas: Designer on a Mission

    “Who is to blame in one country? Never can get to the one; Dealin’ in multiplication; And they still can’t feed everyone… “Oh no, we gonna rock down to Electric Avenue; And then we’ll take it higher…” Brixton. Much maligned […]

  • Tech 10: Gadgets and Gizmos for Entrepreneurs

    Running a start-up is no walk in the park…even if some of your meetings take place in one. As most new business owners will understand, you’ll hardly be spending the first few years residing in some swanky, marble entranced office […]

  • Queer as Folk: Ernst & Young Rebranding Bungle

    Most companies – be it to re-boot after a lawsuit, to avoid unflattering connotations or to be more down wit da kidz – will, at some stage, have a go at rebranding. Remember when Norwich Union became Aviva? Better yet, […]

  • Puzzle Shaped Bamboo Laptop Stand

    In these days of celebrated minimalism and the “sustainability” buzzword, bamboo designs are cropping up all over the place. Their simple, pale wood appearance is sleek and understated, while the bamboo base material, owing to its rate of regeneration, makes […]

  • Entrepreneur: Conscious Fashion

    Joe Williams talks rioting, slogans and giving back to the community He might masquerade as a media buyer, but don’t be fooled by his Clarke Kent desk job. Joe Williams is a man on a mission – to bring politics […]

  • Intrapreneurs – The New Tribe

    Entrepreneurs are like ants. You’ll find them everywhere from the house next door to the back of your cornflakes box. Buck the trend: become an intrapreneur instead. It’s not wrong to say that entrepreneurialism is experiencing something of a Golden […]

  • Looking for Someone to Blame

    The Great Recession Explained One of the platitudes since the Great Recession unravelled in 2008 has been to blame greedy bankers for the near destruction of Western economies. This arbitrary allocation of culpability implies that if the bankers were punished […]