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The Entrepreneurs, 250

27 July 2016

Ryan Holiday went from talent agent to American Apparel’s director of marketing in his early twenties – then the wheels came off. Now older and wiser, Holiday is here with a lesson: ego is the enemy. Ross Bailey has some…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 94

24 July 2016

UBS Social Innovators, launched in concert with global social-entrepreneurship pioneer Ashoka, is focused on identifying high-potential social enterprises. It helps them to grow and achieve greater impact through a support…

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The Entrepreneurs, 249

20 July 2016

How do you measure company culture? How seriously should a CEO consider it and how can it be improved? This week we meet Didier Elzinga from Australian start-up Culture Amp, a company revolutionising the ‘people-analytics’…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 93

17 July 2016

We take the temperature of the markets through 2016 so far, with a look back to the start of the year and the dominant themes – from China’s hard-landing to US recessionary fears and more – that have shaped the year. We’ll…

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The Entrepreneurs, 248

13 July 2016

In this special live episode of ‘The Entrepreneurs’ recorded at our Marylebone HQ, Monocle’s Daniel Giacopelli and Andrew Tuck are joined by the visionaries and creative leaders behind inspiring, successful businesses. From…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 92

10 July 2016

This week we’re heading to Zürich for a special edition of the programme focusing on the UBS Grand Challenge: an internal competition to develop innovative financial solutions that help to address some of society’s biggest…

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The Entrepreneurs, 247

6 July 2016

London-based online start-up Thread is one of a growing number of companies entering the burgeoning fashion-technology space. It combines the know-how of a stylist with the computing power of an algorithm; the aim is to…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 91

3 July 2016

We consider the fallout of the UK’s extraordinary referendum vote to leave the European Union. We examine the economic impact in both the UK and the continent and analyse the broader political and social ramifications and…

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The Entrepreneurs, 246

29 June 2016

Founded in 1860, Sunspel was a supplier of high-quality underwear to the British Empire; come the 21st century, Nicholas Brooke explains how he and his business partner reinvented the brand. Meanwhile, the oldest traditi…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 90

26 June 2016

We explore the potential and power of blockchain, regarded by some as the next big thing in financial technology and by others – those more familiar with the darker side of bitcoin, the cryptocurrency that blockchain was…

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