Tackling plastics requires care and collaboration

Across brands, retailers and manufacturers, the people who design and specify materials and formats for packs, are grappling with demands from their customers to use less plastic

Pension schemes must take ESG factors into account

There are significant changes afoot in how UK pension funds address environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues

Prioritising staff wellbeing is key to sustainable business

When the leader of the world’s largest asset manager causes a stir, business leaders sit up and take notice

What does the future supply chain look like?

Gerry Walsh, chief exec Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply

The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has recently launched The Future of Supply Management, a white paper produced in conjunction with the University of Liverpool and Aston University, Birmingham. This significant piece of academic research explores what the future holds for the procurement and supply profession

Travel management companies: built for business

adrian parkes chief exec black and white

If you are the owner or manager of a business, the chances are you are familiar with the idea of calling in outside help

AI will transform UK business - but it’s not there yet

In 2018, artificial intelligence has become central to the corporate agenda

‘When no one knows how everything works, everyone needs someone who understands something’

Consider this. A new production company called Little Dot Studios was founded in 2013. Its purpose was to use its expertise in online video consumption to create successful new video channels. Within four years it was achieving 2.5 billion (yes, billion) views a month

‘Viewers have more control than ever before in the way they consume and create content’

We don’t have to cast our minds back very far to recall a time when, if you didn’t like what you were watching on television, you had two choices: turn it over or turn it off