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London Fusion Case Study: Time/Image and C4CC
Last Wednesday (16 Jan) I had the privilege of speaking at the launch event of the exciting London Fusion project, designed to inspire new entrepreneurs. I talked about the history of my company and how projects like London Fusion can help new SMEs to blossom.
Sarah Cole, co- director of Time/Image and resident at C4CC
23 January 2013
The global supply and demand for MBAs
Dr Caroline Elliott and Dr Kwok Tong Soo from Lancaster University Management School discuss their recent research on MBA's in light of recent news on student applications and levels of graduate employment.
Dr Caroline Elliott and Dr Kwok Tong Soo
23 January 2013
How should Labour respond to the immigration and jobs debate?
The Labour Party conference will convene in Manchester this week encouraged by its consistent lead in the opinion models and the sense that it just might be on course to win the general election in 2015.
Don Flynn, Migrants' Rights Network
28 September 2012
Labour market on the road to nowhere with rising inactivity and record underemployment
Commenting on today’s labour market statistics, Ian Brinkley, director of The Work Foundation, said
15 May 2013
Growth figure wipes out double-dip but doesn’t change real economic picture
Commenting on today’s GDP figures, Andrew Sissons, researcher at The Work Foundation, said:
25 October 2012
Government’s policies for rebalancing economy are likely to widen regional divides and hasten decline of poorest areas
The gap between successful and struggling regions of the UK is set to widen, with the poorest communities experiencing further economic decline unless the government takes more effective action to rebalance the economy. This is according to a report published today (Sept 19) by The Work Foundation.
19 September 2012