Tristan Walker, founder and CEO of Walker & Company Brands, explains how lived experience is an incredibly valuable asset that helps founders create indispensable businesses.
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Tristan Handy started a data engineering consulting practice. But the technology he built to fuel it quickly scaled to 3,000 companies and found a product-market fit of its own.
Threadneedle Street’s forecasting has been faulty. But it must still play its central role in protecting jobs and the economy
The UK is performing better than expected. That was the message from the Bank of England’s governor, Andrew Bailey, following its latest review of the economy.
It was a message he almost muttered under his breath, as if knowing that almost anyone listening would yell back: “Oh no it isn’t!”
The same tactics that Abraham Lincoln used to lead the Union to victory in the Civil War would greatly benefit business leaders.
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Sales fell 98% from April-June as pandemic halted travel but Europe’s biggest holiday firm says future bookings offer hope
Tui, Europe’s biggest holiday company, has warned that business is unlikely to return to normal until 2022 as it revealed losses so far this year have totalled €2bn (£1.8bn).
In an illustration of Covid-19’s impact on the package holiday industry, the group said revenues from April to June had crashed by 98% as pandemic lockdowns across the continent wiped out sales.