No, they’re not two words you would often hear or say in the same sentence, but for Alan Wick, ‘love’ underpins his approach to business and always has. B4’s Richard Rosser had the absolute pleasure of finding out more about this engaging business coach based in Sussex who has, thankfully, recently joined the B4 community.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we wanted to take the opportunity to celebrate Kellie Peters & Regina Johnys, the women behind Databasix UK who have been described as ‘totally awesome data chicks.’ Here is an excerpt from a humourous Q&A the two took part in Firstly, congratulations on being called ‘totally awesome data chicks.’ […]
We’re delighted to invite you to our upcoming Networking Event for Women in the heart of Oxford. Join us at The Varsity Club to enjoy great conversations with likeminded entrepreneurs, professionals, business owners and leaders over delicious canapes and drinks. We hope to see you there. Date: 17th March Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm Register […]
The Government has proposed a series of changes to university access and funding that will prevent employers from accessing the talent they need in future and hinder UK growth, says the National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB).
Natalie Davis is the founder of Wellbeing Generation and the Wellbeing Girl and has a background in physical activity and sports development. She will also be heading up B4’s new Wellbeing Group launching in March. Here Natalie speaks to B4’s Richard Rosser about what prompted Natalie to make a career out of wellbeing.
For 15 consecutive years Freeths’ Trust, Estate and Tax lawyers have secured a Tier 1 ranking in the UK’s leading legal directory, Chambers and Partners High Net Worth Guide. This recognises excellent client service, experience and expertise. Building on this, the highly regarded practice is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Lisa Mark Bell and Louise Lewis as new, joint heads of the Oxford Trust, Estates and Tax team.
I spent five years as the share tipster at the Daily Telegraph before I joined Charles Stanley, editing its long-running Questor column. I met numerous chief executives of UK listed companies on a daily basis – from FTSE 100 giants to Aim-listed tiddlers – as they attempted to convince me that their companies were the ones that Daily Telegraph readers needed to back.