Consumer Engagement

Observing the free content made by digital influencers; it appears that experience economics exists particularly in that which takes place online.
It's the fate of every parent to be subjected to the latest childhood craze: one generation's friendship bracelet is the next generation's loom band. But what I see now isn't just another collectable bit of coloured plastic; it's far more interesting than that.
Lizzie Rivera finds lasting value in creative encounters. An interactive theatre performance about river system management
Fashion is one of the world's most important industries. It is worth around $1.5 trillion a year, employs more than 25 million people, and fashion-conscious or not, we all wear its products. Yet most of us know very little about where our clothes come from or how they are put together.
Clean energy generation offers a tremendous opportunity: "In some cases, additional income from renewables may be the only way for the next generation to make a farm financially viable."
Marion is FD of the Oxford Bus Company (OBC), and the asset in question is a roof over its main depot. It might be doing a good job keeping the buses dry, but Marion reckoned it could work harder. Vast, sprawling and - crucially - south-facing, it struck him as the ideal site for a massive photovoltaic (PV) plant
With their eye on the next generation, family businesses are primed to address key commercial challenges, finds Anna Simpson
Awareness of the need for new ways of investing is growing, and there are some tentative signs that it is having some impact on investor behaviour.