If high street retailers want to survive, they need to think beyond rails, shelves and flashy looking stores and start connecting with their customers on a meaningful level. Retailers need to bridge the gap between the physical world and the digital world.
Before the 2010 General Election, David Cameron famously asked the question, "Why is there no British Google?" I'm not a fierce patriot but it does seem odd that very few of us really are prepared to 'have a go'.
Two years after the launch of Girl Meets Dress, the first and leading online Luxury rental destination, founder Anna Bance recalls how progress is being made to fulfil her dotcom dream
Our economy has a basic structure: we dig things out of the ground, turn them into products that last from minutes to a few years at most, and then stick them back into the ground as landfill. This is hugely wasteful, of both resources and money.
The disused warehouse style location for Nike's European Media Summit which took place in London this week looked just like a set from a Spider-Man film.
He works for IBM Madrid, lives in Gran Canaria and his boss is based in the United States. So why on Earth did Luis Suarez decide to give up email? The social software evangelist tells Kate Bassettabout his take on life outside the inbox.
Britain has won 76 Nobel Prizes for science and technology: more than anywhere else in Europe. Yet the RSA report has revealed that Britons are now more interested in experiences than they are in the pursuit of knowledge. Our hunger for knowledge becomes shallow rather than deep and impactful.
Journalists keep asking what the story is. There is a story but it's a very dark one and in our hearts everybody is looking for a ray of sunshine from Rio+20. But there are worrying signs of the very real and severe failure of the negotiations.
Despite the benefits to business institutions and development outlined above, Andrew Scott notes that the positive impact on GDP is thus far inconclusive, so it remains less than certain that the UK's 10 billi