Millennials: the faces of future investment

Wealth management is changing with the advent of artificial intelligence and a new generation of investors

Insurers use chatbots to connect with millennials

Women on oxford street using phones

Insurance companies are set to launch a new wave of chatbot virtual assistants targeting the social-media generation at ease with technology

Wealth managers must go digital

Wealth management and digital illustration

As wealth is passed between generations, advisers must adapt to their new target group and adopt the right technology

Millennials: we want mentoring – or we’ll take our skills elsewhere

Man and woman having coffee

For employers, choosing the appropriate model is key. Mentoring, sponsorship or coaching?

Debunking the myths of millennials at work

Illustrations of myths of millennials at work

There are many widely held beliefs concerning millennials at work, but are they valuable pointers for managers wishing to engage this important swathe of staff or simply pointless myths?

What do Millennials want from work?

millenials at work

There are a lot of lazy stereotypes concerning Millennials, the segment of the workforce currently (roughly) aged between 18 and 35. The nastier of these generalisations paint them as flighty, entitled and even indolent

Has the millennial consumer become more demanding than ever?

Desire for instant gratification has pushed up consumers’ expectations and opened the way for a new kind of selling

Workplace of tomorrow has top comms

A unified communications and collaboration strategy that allows staff to work where and when they choose can also boost commitment and engagement among sometimes dispersed employees