Q&A: Why offer pro bono legal representation?

Graham Huntley pro bono q & a

It’s hard to think of two places less alike than a Jamaican jail and the City of London. So why does Graham Huntley, a specialist in commercial and banking litigation, and chairman of the Capital Cases Charitable Trust, defend prisoners in the Caribbean?

Getting staff behind supporting a niche charity

How can business leaders encourage staff buy-in for a charity that is focused on a less well-known or initially unappealing cause?

Smaller charities must work more closely with business

In an increasingly uncertain world, what does the future hold for smaller charities focusing on often unmet needs?

Customers’ and staff needs should not clash

Ibis mobile customer service

Organisations are adopting new ways of meeting increasing customer expectations while looking after their staff

Now London is competing for business with the North

AVERAGE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MONTHLY RENTS IN CENTRAL LONDON BETWEEN 2010 AND 2015

Rising commercial and residential property prices in London and the South East mean more businesses are relocating and workers moving north, seeking a better quality of life

Can we learn lessons from BHS scandal?

BHS pension crisis

The collapse of BHS has prompted pension trustees, companies and regulators to ask how defined benefit schemes can be protected

5 supply chain management tips

Supply chain manufacturing illustration

Managing the supply chain while expanding into new territories presents fresh challenges in five important areas

Making mobile payments safe (and still easy)

MasterCard’s Identity Check biometric technology includes the so-called “selfie pay” feature

As mobile payments gain in popularity, fraud is also on the rise, requiring speedy tech solutions to thwart the fraudsters