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Successful SMEs build upon excellent employees

November 23 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Successful SMEs build upon excellent employees

Attracting the right employees and having a welcoming atmosphere at work can spell the difference between success and failure for your SME.

To improve your business, you need create the right work environment and find the best team to help develop your firm into a success. If you can keep employees loyal, happy, and develop their skills, they’re more likely to want to stay with you for most of their career. This is especially important if you find an exceptional candidate.

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Video: Great Minds Series - LSBF interviews Natural History Museum Director Sir Michael Dixon

November 20 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

The Director of London’s Natural History Museum, Sir Michael Dixon, has spoken out about the importance of the impact technology can have on visitor experience.

Speaking in the museum’s Darwin Centre as a part of London School of Business and Finance’s (LSBF) Great Minds series, Sir Michael explained that technology is important for both visitor interaction and the scientific happenings behind the scenes.

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5 tips for securing your first job after graduation

November 18 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

5 tips for securing your first job after graduation

When you’ve studied hard to complete a postgraduate – or even undergraduate - qualification, it’s easy to think you’re set for the future. You’ve developed advanced skills that will really help you stand out and show employers that you have what it takes to succeed. Surely that’s the hard bit over?

In fact, there are a few more hurdles you need to clear in order to you secure an industry role. Here are LSBF’s top five tips for landing your first job after graduation:

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Video: Great Minds Series - LSBF interviews VTB Capital Plc's Masroor Haq

November 13 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

VTB Capital’s International Head of Infrastructure Capital and Project Finance, Masroor Haq, believes that education plays an important role when it comes to banking industry talent.
 
Speaking with London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) as part of its Great Minds interview series at VTB Capital’s London headquarters in Bank, Mr Haq said that education can provide aspiring bankers with the tools they need to succeed in the industry.

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5 benefits interim professionals bring to businesses

November 12 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

5 benefits interim professionals bring to businesses

In a market where skilled professionals are a scarce commodity, businesses are relying on interim resources to meet growth plans.

Today, change is a constant. As a result, businesses of all sizes and in all industries are increasingly looking beyond their conventional model of hiring by including interim professionals as part of their recruitment strategy.

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Why technology trends are revolutionising the interview process (and how to prepare!)

October 27 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Why technology trends are revolutionising the interview process (and how to prepare!)

Today’s students and graduates are the first generation to grow up completely immersed in the digital age – and graduate recruiters are catching up with the latest trends.

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LSBF survey finds nearly 50% of UK workers want to change careers

September 18 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

LSBF survey finds nearly 50% of UK workers want to change careers

Nearly half of the UK work force is looking for a career change, a new report produced by London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) suggests.

The study found that 47% of respondents wanted to change careers, though many were unsure when they would go ahead with it. Of those who did have a concrete plan, most were thinking of leaving their current roles in two years or earlier. 

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Why starting your career at an SME is good for you

August 19 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Why starting your career at an SME is good for you

If you’re studying at university, chances are you’ve seen all the big employer names out on campus vying for your attention – and, ultimately, your talent. 

Whether they’re running large campus events or popping up in your lecture theatres, you’re far more likely to meet a Times Top 100 employer than see a small, local start-up making an appearance on campus.

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From Chef to Finance Chief – Interview with Kyle Tyrrell, Head of Finance, AXA Global Protect

July 10 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

From Chef to Finance Chief – Interview with Kyle Tyrrell, Head of Finance, AXA Global Protect

In just seven years, Kyle Tyrrell went from working as a chef in a catering business to becoming head of finance at one of the world’s leading insurance companies.

He was awarded Newly Qualified (NQ) Accountant of the Year at the 2015 PQ Magazine Awards. Here, Kyle talks about how his career has excelled since completing ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) at London School of Business and Finance (LSBF).

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Video: Great Minds Series - LSBF interviews Marriott Hotels Europe CEO Amy McPherson

April 21 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Amy McPherson, CEO of Marriott Hotels Europe, shares with LSBF the secrets to a successful career in business.

Great business leaders know how to surround themselves with good people – that is the secret to a successful career in business according to Amy McPherson, the CEO of Marriott Hotels Europe.

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Video: Great Minds Series - LSBF interviews McDonald's UK CEO Jill McDonald

March 06 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

In this interview, LSBF speaks with Jill McDonald, McDonald's UK CEO, who discusses some of the main challenges and achievements of the global restaurant chain.

Ms McDonald was appointed chief executive for McDonald's UK operations in 2010. Since then, the brand has seen a growth in sales and profitability and, more importantly, an increase in trust of the brand and its products.

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This Valentine's Day, let LSBF help you #FindYourPassion

February 13 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Because we know how much you love Advanced Taxation...

Fall in love with the unexpected.

Valentine's Day 2015, let us as London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) help you #FindYourPassion.

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The LSBF’s ACCA Study Manuals Competition Terms and Conditions

February 06 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

The LSBF’s ACCA Study Manuals Competition Terms and Conditions

The LSBF’s ACCA Study Manuals competition is hosted on the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) Facebook page. In order to benefit from the Competition entrants must complete the registration form and submit an answer for the question asked.

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PQ Awards 2015: Meet finalist David Laws, lecturer at LSBF

January 29 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

PQ Awards 2015: Meet finalist David Laws, lecturer at LSBF

LSBF tutor David Laws has been shortlisted to receive the Private Sector Lecturer of the Year award in this year’s prestigious PQ Awards.

Held annually, the PQ Awards are organised by popular accountancy title PQ Magazine. They honour the best institutions, teachers, students and learning resources in the world of accountancy education.

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Video: Great Minds series – BBC Worldwide CEO Tim Davie speaks to LSBF

January 02 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Speaking to LSBF, BBC Worldwide CEO Tim Davie said that he does not feel the benefits of a diverse workforce are something which need to be debated.

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LSBF ACCA Exam Review – December 2014

January 02 ,2015 | by LSBF Blog Staff

LSBF ACCA Exam Review – December 2014

Rob Sowerby, LSBF’s Director of Professional Programmes, reviews the December 2014 ACCA Exams

I am restricting the review to the new paper formats on skills level because this is where the significant changes have taken place. Specifically F4 has moved to a computer based exam (CBE) format of wholly objective testing and F5, F7, F8, F9 have revised the exam format to allow for varying degrees of objective testing. Essentially the syllabuses have been relatively unaffected beyond normal updates.

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Some new year resolutions to prepare your SME for 2015

December 31 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Some new year resolutions to prepare your SME for 2015

Five new year resolutions from smallbusiness.co.uk to ready your SME for business in 2015.

It’s time to review the progress made over the past year and look ahead to what might help you further grow your business in 2015. To aid your small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) in this, smallbusiness.co.uk has created a list of five new year resolutions that will set you up for the perfect entry into the coming year.

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Four tech predictions for what Britain can expect in 2015

December 30 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Four tech predictions for what Britain can expect in 2015

Techworld have come up with four forecasts for techs that could take the UK by storm in 2015.

Having just enjoyed a bumper 2014 for startups and tech in general in the UK, one might expect 2015 to be packed full of new advancements and delights for the user. Technology continues to be an important part of businesses and further progress in this field could help drive the growth of firms as they look to create more efficient and better targeted strategies.

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20 startups set to take the UK by storm in 2015 – part 2

December 24 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

20 startups set to take the UK by storm in 2015 – part 2

A quick rundown of 20 startups that will impact 2015 as selected by Startups.co.uk.

 

Startups.co.uk has selected its pick of the new businesses in 2014 for its top 20 startups, a list of firms that will make an impact in 2015. The climate for startups has been steadily improving and this year’s crop of firms highlight the potential for success in the UK these days.

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20 startups set to take the UK by storm in 2015 – part 1

December 23 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

20 startups set to take the UK by storm in 2015 – part 1

A quick rundown of 20 startups that will impact 2015 as selected by Startups.co.uk.

 

Startups.co.uk has selected its pick of the new businesses in 2014 for its top 20 startups, a list of firms that will make an impact in 2015. The climate for startups has been steadily improving and this year’s crop of firms highlight the potential for success in the UK these days.

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Video: Great Minds Series – LSBF interviews Kevin Mathers, Google’s UK Sales Director

November 25 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Managing teams is about helping those teams achieve their goals, believes Kevin Mathers, Google’s UK Sales Director.

In a recent interview with London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), Google’s UK Sales Director, Kevin Mathers, revealed his belief in the idea that leadership is a quality which can be taught.

 

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LSBF to host Islamic Finance Symposium in London

November 14 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

LSBF to host Islamic Finance Symposium in London

Ever keen to be at the forefront of global trends in the sector, the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) will be hosting on Wednesday, 19 November, from 9AM to 5PM, a symposium on Islamic Finance at its new flagship building – Sceptre Court – in Tower Hill, London.

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What do Islamic Finance & 'Sukuk' bonds mean for the UK?

November 08 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

What do Islamic Finance & 'Sukuk' bonds mean for the UK?

Last week the World Islamic Economic Forum took place at London’s Excel Centre. LSBF’s Sahar Ata feels buoyant about Islamic Finance and Sukuk’s prospects in the UK.

 

The big gathering of  world leaders,  The WIEF, held for the first time outside Islamic countries, themed “Changing World, New Relationships”, saw the attendance of 18 heads of state and government and deputy heads of government, 50 ministers and 2,700 delegates from 128 countries, the largest congregation ever in the history of WIEF.

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Video: ‘Great Minds’ series – LSBF interviews entrepreneur and investor Deborah Meaden

October 29 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

Business education and entrepreneurship should be embedded in the education curriculum from early on – this is the view of entrepreneur and business investor Deborah Meaden, who was interviewed in a new video released by the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) this week.

Part of the ‘Great Minds’ series of videos, the interview was led by former Education and Home Secretary Rt Hon. David Blunkett MP, who is also a visiting lecturer at the School.

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From the world of business: September news highlights

October 01 ,2014 | by LSBF Blog Staff

From the world of business: September news highlights

Welcome to our September news round-up, with all the big business headlines from trade deals to bankers’ bonuses.

 

TTIP can add £10bn to UK economy

Lord Livingston said a new trade deal with the US could potentially be worth as much as £10 billion a year to the UK economy. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) seeks to remove trade barriers between the US and EU by streamlining regulations and getting rid of certain tariffs. According to the trade minister, gains in manufacturing and better growth opportunities for firms could lead to higher wages and job creation.

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