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The Bulletin with UBS, 146

23 July 2017

We take a drive into the UBS Q-Series Evidence Lab ‘teardown’ of the Chevrolet Bolt EV electric car. It’s a granular study of the world’s first mass-market electric vehicle and extends beyond the automotive sector into the…

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The Entrepreneurs, Eureka 57: Station F

21 July 2017

Station F is the world’s largest start-up campus. Opened weeks ago in Paris with an appearance by France’s president Emmanuel Macron and the project’s billionaire founder Xavier Niel, it’s located in an abandoned 1920s…

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The Entrepreneurs, 301

19 July 2017

Years ago former advertising copywriter David Hieatt left London with his family for the Welsh town of Cardigan, once home to the largest jeans factory in Britain. Since then, he and his wife Clare sold their popular T…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 145

16 July 2017

The Rise Fund is mobilising private wealth for the public good. UBS has raised $325m (€285m) towards it as part of a wider $5bn (€4.4bn) commitment to impact investments in line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals…

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The Entrepreneurs, 300

12 July 2017

Juniqe is a fast-growing Berlin-based start-up selling a curated selection of wall art and home accessories from independent artists; it’s one of a growing number of businesses attempting to disrupt the mass art market. Its…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 144

9 July 2017

How can investors assess and react to tail risk, whether that’s a prospective impeachment of Donald Trump, the possibility of conflict in the Middle East or turbulence from North Korea. We head across the regions to hear…

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The Entrepreneurs, Eureka 55: Frame

7 July 2017

Joan Murphy and Pip Black were working in advertising when they met on a surfing trip in 2007. A friendship soon turned into a business partnership when they launched their groundbreaking London-based fitness studio Frame…

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The Entrepreneurs, 299

5 July 2017

From the rise of Mr Porter and Farfetch to the demise of Style.com, the e-commerce industry has experienced an eventful few years. This week we tell the tale of a new entry, an online marketplace called Bombinate. Founded…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 143

2 July 2017

On the programme this week we discuss a new UBS white paper, ‘Millennials: the global guardians of capital. At the intersection of tech and wealth’. Join our special guests, including one of the report’s co-authors, to hear…

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The Entrepreneurs, 298

28 June 2017

There are 2.5 billion people with uncorrected vision problems. James Chen is a Hong Kong-based venture philanthropist and entrepreneur who’s on a mission to help the world see better – and he’s marshalling start-ups, gov…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 142

25 June 2017

Has there been something of a golden age of central bank support – and is it coming to an end? Our experts discuss the performance of these institutions since the financial crisis and consider how long their accommodative…

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The Entrepreneurs, Eureka 53: Unbound

23 June 2017

Unbound is a London-based start-up that’s revolutionising the publishing world, giving authors the tools to pitch, crowdfund and launch their own books. This week, Unbound’s co-founder and chief executive Dan Kieran shares…

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