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Partner Content: Don’t Get Caught Out

We untangle what ‘risk’ is across a series of short films focusing on why risk matters and how you can make sure your business doesn’t get caught out. In association with Hiscox…

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  • The tastemaker does tech

    Alan Yau is one of London’s best known restaurant operators. He’s about to launch an app that he says will be the opposite of Tripadvisor and Yelp. Not long after Naamyaa opened just by the corner of Angel tube station,… Read More

  • How London’s councils are cracking down on nightlife

    Dalston in east London has held a near monopoly on the city’s best basement clubs and underground music nights in the last few years. But in response to the growing decibels, litter and complaints from residents, a set of tough… Read More

  • Why Amsterdam’s Night Mayor thinks London should have one too

    One of Sadiq Khan’s earliest announcements after being elected London Mayor was that he would be appointing a ‘Night Czar’ to support ‘the night time economy’. Inspiration comes in no small part from Amsterdam’s night time mayor that’s being held… Read More

  • ‘Is it going to be a black night?’

    Police, councils and venue owners are accused of ‘blatant racism’ in blocking nights playing music genres associated with black audiences. 07 Sep 2016 The issue no one wants to discuss on the record about London’s clubbing scene is whether entrenched racism… Read More

  • Aarhus, Denmark: The right side of the tracks

    A long way from the glitzy developments underway in central Aarhus, Denmark, is the sight a of Tetris-esque collection of stacked containers in an abandoned freight station. It’s become a magnet for creatives but the area is under threat. Located… Read More


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