Demographics

‘Nollywood’? It’s where the smart money is headed

Nigeria is home to 200 million people, and the need for entertainment is as high as anywhere in the world.…

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Why three firms own corporate America

A fundamental change is underway in stock market investing, and the spin-off effects are poised to dramatically impact corporate America.…

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Fintech lending set to exceed $312bn in 2020

Global fintech lending (or the alternative loans industry) will hit a $312.6 billion transaction value this year, growing by 17…

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Disruption at the core of Astrophysics

Mystery galaxy DF-2 appears to lack the crucial ‘dark matter’ ingredient The space and science-hunters expert website, Space.com, reports that…

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The Cloud debate: to move or not to move?

The world of broadcast media is a bellweather of Smart technology – but it’s become the last frontier of debate…

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Why ‘going green’ isn’t always easy when you’re small…

You’d be forgiven for thinking that businesses are racing ahead in the green transition. After all, big corporations like Sainsbury’s…

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Will the UK’s SMEs lead the nation’s post-Brexit ‘renaissance’?

The decisions that the UK government makes in response to Brexit could either add billions to the nation’s economy or…

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Government support for SMEs – why one size definitely doesn’t fit all

Conventional wisdom on supporting entrepreneurship is that governments should support start-ups and small businesses to spur job creation and economic…

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For SMEs, it’s the Knowledge Gap that’s the ‘elephant in the room’

Regulations are a part of everyday life. They cover everything from the cost and quality of the things we buy, to conditions of…

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Innovation and SMEs must go hand-in-hand

The evidence shows that it’s not just rhetoric that matches SMEs with adaptability and invention – it’s a competitive necessity…

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