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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 five stages of stock management

    Getting a grip on stock management – and building a process that can scale with the business – requires more than Excel sheets and yearly stock takes. The clothing retailer Asos has had its fair share of crises in its warehouse over… Read More

  • Handmade knives from south-east London: Blenheim Forge

    James Ross-Harris, Jon Warshawsky and Richard Warner are bladesmiths making kitchen knives from a railway arch in south-east London. Finding influence in the simplicity and rusticity of wabi-sabi, they have placed traditional Japanese methods and ideals at the heart of… Read More

  • Making human hair extensions

    From India to Myanmar to China to Peckham: The journey human hair takes before it’s sold online and on British high streets.  Some of the world’s best-quality hair comes from India. At Tirumala temple barbers tonsure 40,000 pilgrims daily and cut… Read More

  • Future faces: three British founders with a fresh take on black hair and makeup

    We speak to three founders who are transforming the business of black hair and beauty. What? Makeup brand Why? To make lipsticks that cater to black women When? Founded 2013 Who? Florence Adepoju, cosmetic scientist Incumbents: Sleek, MAC, Iman, Bobbi Brown,… Read More

  • Cooking with colour: turmeric and squid ink

    Pigments – which work by absorbing certain wavelength of light and, unlike dyes, don’t dissolve in water – traditionally come from biological sources. Here, two London chefs use bright turmeric and slick squid ink to create two pigment-packed dishes. by… Read More

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