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How to manage the risk of entering an unknown territory

Thinking about customer’s end-to-end experience, and engaging in a multi-step discovery process before locking into decisions may be difficult and expensive to change later on. You may already know the answers to some of the questions in business planning: you may already be trading /…

Skills for the millennial lawyer

Denise Nurse is a NewLaw pioneer and has been spearheading operational, structural and cultural change within the legal services industry since starting Halebury in 2007. She will be taking part in a panel discussion on “Building the Legal Team of the Future” at the Corporate Legal…

Survey: Contribution of South Asian business to London economy

EPG is delighted to be commissioned for an important survey and research report looking at the contribution of South Asian business to the London economy, by Indo European Business Forum, BDO LLP, London & Partners and Mantra Capital. Research Conducted by Sponsors              Research Partners   …

Charity Clarity – Bringing light to a grey sector

Charity Due Diligence Far too often we see negative news stories about charities; how they are mismanaged, what is going on in the background and why every penny does not go to the cause. With every negative story, people are becoming more and more disillusioned…

Climbing the ladder of International Expansion

Let’s start and see- Climbing the ladder of International Expansion with common downsides My recent market research survey in India was on how to drive commercial success when entering a foreign market. Working with companies from all over the world, of differing sizes and from…

Business Backs Education London launch with Vikas Pota and Boris Johnson
Two new developments point to greater UK-India educational collaborations

There are two recent announcements that point to an interesting dynamic developing in India-UK education collaborations. Tightening student immigration costs the UK economy billions First, a report released recently by Exporting Education UK and Parthenon-EY has quantified the economic impact of the UK’s tightening immigration…

How blockchain technology could be used for social good

What is blockchain? Today our social and economic lives rely on trust, and depend on intermediaries for transactions. For example, we transfer money through our bank, we need agencies to buy and sell property, or need lawyers for trade negotiations. Blockchain has the capacity to…

Michigan’s two-tier education
A Look into Michigan’s Two-Tier Education System

“Back where I come from” made famous my American Country singer Kenny Chesney paints a gorgeous picture of home that we all can attest too. My home state of Michigan is a gorgeous place. The northern part of our state often referred to many as…

How can General Counsels thrive through full use of new technologies?

As most in-house lawyers and big law firms already know, the use of new technologies in the legal market is fundamental in running an efficient business. Their use avoids wasting money and also helps provide higher quality services on a lower budget. To implement this,…

Harriet Fear CEO One Nucleus
Press Release: Partnerships built between Indian and UK life sciences, including stem cells

A major delegation of Indian life sciences companies spent several days in London and Leeds this week to explore investment and partnership opportunities. Nearly 20 Indian companies from the fields of regenerative medicine, biotechnology, oncology, medical technology and healthcare attended the bioConclave, the leading conference…

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