As immediate political and economic shockwaves of the referendum result pass in days to come, and the UK begins to adjust to a different future, there are few certainties about how the legal and financial frameworks will ultimately be affected.
#News - 24/06/2016
The FinTech revolution has been gathering momentum fast with payments, lending and capital markets all experiencing serious disruption.
#News - 20/06/2016
Even giants like, Mattel (the toy-manufacturer), aren’t immune to the phishing attacks of those virtual villains who try to obtain sensitive information like credit card details and access codes in order get their hands on your money.
#News - 13/06/2016
Writing a Will is one of the few areas of law which is as yet fairly untouched by recent advancements in technology.
#Investor Resources - 10/06/2016
The UK is known as a nation of shoppers. Over the last few decades shopping has become a leisure activity and shopping centres have become the place to spend at least part of each weekend – an opportunity to look at the latest stock and to try out various dining options.
#Market Research - 03/06/2016
When you’re building your startup, and you’re gathering interest, you get busy fast. Consequently, many startups skimp on the legal side, and understandably so.
#Investor Resources - 27/05/2016
Cyber attacks can lead to all sorts of crises and they don’t just stop at preventing you from getting on with your business. You might just find yourself in breach of your legal obligations.
#Business Resources - 13/05/2016
The last thing on many business owner’s minds is what would happen if they suffered an accident or illness that meant they became unable to manage their business or personal affairs.
#Investor Resources - 22/04/2016
Steve Case, the founder of America Online (AOL), recently discussed his forecast of the future of technology in a recent Fortune article. Case briefly outlines his theory of technological innovation, which can be split into three waves:
#News - 08/04/2016
For all growing businesses, and for start-ups in particular, one concern which often appears at an early stage is the risk of dilution of the ethos of the organisation as new employees join who may lack buy-in to the founding concepts.
#Business Resources - 01/04/2016