What Behavioural Economics Taught Me

By Zein Sajdi The average person makes around 35,000 decisions a day[1]. Sounds like a lot, doesn’t it? But of those decisions, some of them can be more important than others – from choosing what to have for lunch to choices that will have far more lasting consequences. And some – like deciding how to…

What our work experience students taught me

By Emma Kane There are very few things in life where success is due to the hard work and talent of just one individual. Behind every Wimbledon tennis champion there will be a big team of experts, each of whom has played their role in achieving victory – the coach, nutritionist, sports scientist, psychologist, the…

Insights of an Intern

The article below was written by Stefan Nowak. Stefan interned with us throughout January 2019. It was Gandhi who said that a nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members. In the corporate world, it may be argued that the same principle applies: a company should be judged based on how it…