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Jade Wimbledon

Writer and editor

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Writer, editor and digital content specialist, with a specialism in financial tech. BA in English Language and Literature from Oxford University. MA in Radio from Goldsmiths College, University of London.

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Simplybusiness
02/14/2017
When is the tax return deadline for 2017?

The deadline for filing your online Self Assessment tax return for the tax year ending 5 April 2017 is midnight on 31 January 2018. There are other important deadlines throughout the year for self-employed earners too, so we've put together a handy guide.

Pensionbee
11/04/2016
Can I afford to have a baby UK - PensionBee

When you're trying to figure out if you can afford to have a baby, the costs can seem overwhelming. Baby stuff is expensive, pay for parental leave is limited, and UK childcare is costly. Most parents say that if they'd waited until they could comfortably afford it, they'd never have had their children, so at some point they just took the plunge.

Pensionbee
01/13/2017
How to land your dream job this year - PensionBee

If you've decided that 2017 is the year to make a career change, here are 10 steps to landing your dream job. Deciding what your dream job actually is can be the most difficult part of the process. It may be worth getting your partner or a close friend to help you work through what's important to you.

Simplybusiness
01/11/2017
What expenses can I claim as a self-employed person?

When you're completing your tax return, you'll need to work out your expenses, as you can subtract some of these from your turnover to work out your taxable profit. It's important to understand that you can't go ahead and subtract all your self-employed expenses.

Trussle
12/13/2016
When To Remortgage (And When Not To)

Since initial rates will almost certainly be a lot more competitive than the lender's Standard Variable Rate, most borrowers can save by remortgaging once their initial period has ended.

Pensionbee
01/13/2017
11 top self-employed tax return tips - PensionBee

January 31 is the deadline for filing and paying your online Self Assessment tax return. If you're self-employed or you have other untaxed income (from renting property, for example) then this month may see you scrambling together paperwork, searching for government ID references and getting your head around tricky questions about your finances.

Pensionbee
12/13/2016
How 2016's big political events impacted your pension - PensionBee

As 2016 comes to an end, many of us are looking back on a tumultuous year and wondering what 2017 will bring. From the Brexit vote to Donald Trump's surprise victory in the US election, events have sent shockwaves across the world, and across the financial markets too.

Simplybusiness
01/06/2017
Should you allow pets in your rental property?

Recent research shows that tenants are willing to pay hundreds of pounds extra to rent a pet-friendly place to live, so should you allow pets in your rental property? The country is full of pet lovers, with around 16 million dogs and cats living in British homes, not to mention the rabbits, fish, birds, hamsters and other critters that share our space.

Pensionbee
01/13/2017
6 financial new year's resolutions for 2017 - PensionBee

If you're determined to get on top of your finances this year, we've got six new year's resolutions that could save you some cash or help you manage your money better in 2017. Did your 2016 bank statements show that you earnt almost no interest on the money in your accounts?

Simplybusiness
12/02/2016
Buy-to-Let Britain report: landlord portfolio confidence up to 54%

Despite a bumpy year for buy-to-let, most landlords feel positive about the future, according to a new survey. However, many landlords are upping rent or incorporating as limited companies in response to the raft of recent buy-to-let changes.

BusinessZone
11/08/2016
Scaling your home-based business

Without a business premises, you may find you begin to struggle with a lack of space and resources as demand for your product or service increases. But moving to a business premises is a big step, and it can bring all kinds of costs and complications.

Simplybusiness
10/10/2016
Pound post-Brexit: how will a weaker sterling affect your business?

The pound has had a bumpy ride since Brexit, plunging after the referendum result and then steadying somewhat, before wobbling again with talk of 'hard Brexit' and suffering a dramatic 'flash crash' in recent days. But what does a weak pound mean for UK business owners?

Pensionbee
05/05/2016
Leaving London? Here's where to move - PensionBee

We all know that London is expensive, and recent figures show that as a result, people in their thirties are leaving the city in droves. Data shows that over 65,000 thirty-somethings left London in 2014-15, almost 50% more than in 2011-12.

Pensionbee
02/21/2016
How to go skiing on a budget - PensionBee

A skiing holiday is never going to be a cheap break, but the pistes aren't reserved for the mega-rich either. If you steer clear of the upmarket resorts and do your research when it comes to accommodation and equipment hire, it is possible to go skiing on a budget. Here's how.

Pensionbee
11/04/2016
10 reasons not to have a pension (and why to ignore them) - PensionBee

If you don't have a pension or you're not currently saving into one, we bet you have a good reason. Or at least what you think is a good reason... From feeling frustrated by providers to a "mañana" approach to your finances, we hear plenty of excuses for putting pension saving to the bottom of the pile.

Pensionbee
11/04/2016
Does it make financial sense to get married? - PensionBee

Millennials see marriage differently to previous generations. In a recent study, only 30% counted a successful marriage as an 'important achievement', with most people instead prioritising goals like having a high-paying job and being a good parent. But might it be a good idea to marry for money?

Simplybusiness
11/16/2016
The 7 best food business ideas in the UK

If you're passionate about food and keen to start a food-related business, there are plenty of options out there, and they don't all involve cupcakes... Lots of food business ideas require low investment to get started, and some can be run from home.

Pensionbee
10/19/2016
Top tips for hosting Christmas - PensionBee

If everyone's coming to yours this Christmas, it's never too early to start planning. Thinking about it now should mean you can keep costs down as much as possible and avoid being super-stressed when December comes around.

Mhms
Chocolate cream killer | MyHouseMyStreet

I started searching for Christiana online and found that her crimes and trial had been covered in several books and dramatised for radio and television. A female murderer who chose poison-laced chocolates as her weapon of choice was always going to pique interest, and 'the chocolate cream killer' was infamous in death as she was in life.

Pensionbee
09/19/2016
Why are women's pension pots so much smaller than men's? - PensionBee

The data shows that around the age that many women take time out of work to care for children, the gender pay gap widens and the pension gap does too. It makes sense that the two things are connected, because if you have less take-home pay, then you have less to put into your pension pot.

Pensionbee
10/19/2016
The 5 best things to do for autumn 2016 - PensionBee

You may be sad to see the back of summer, but autumn is full of wonder, including drifts of richly-coloured leaves, golden twilight and the smell of woodsmoke. So rather than regretting the end of your holidays or counting down the days to Christmas, don your boots, grab your scarf, and revel in the 'season of mists and mellow fruitfulness'.

Pensionbee
06/19/2016
Essential finance lessons for your kids - PensionBee

It's a good idea to get your child thinking about money as soon as she starts talking and playing: give her a piggybank for loose change, encourage 'shop' games with tokens exchanged for items, and discuss household finances openly rather than making them seem like a mystery.

Pensionbee
10/19/2016
Five cool bonfire night facts - PensionBee

Bonfire night is a British tradition: a 400-year old celebration of how a dastardly plot was foiled. On November 5th we traditionally cheer the grisly deaths of Guy Fawkes and his Catholic co-conspirators after they were caught trying to blow up the House of Lords.

Simplybusiness
11/04/2016
5 of the best wedding business ideas

Weddings are big business. The average bill for a Big Day is now over £20,000, with brides and grooms enlisting the help of a whole army of companies to make sure their wedding goes smoothly. Research by DueDil last year found that wedding businesses had turned over around £24.2 billion in the past 12 months.

Pensionbee
11/01/2015
10 best Halloween party themes 2016 - PensionBee

If you're hosting a Halloween party, it's time to spice things up. Rather than letting your mates turn up as witches, roll up as pumpkins, or grab a sheet at the last minute to be a poorly-planned ghost, pick one of our 10 themes to make your Halloween party the best in town.

Pensionbee
07/19/2016
School holidays on a budget - PensionBee

As the school year comes to an end, you may find yourself wondering how you're going to fill the weeks that stretch ahead. Keeping the kids occupied during the summer holidays can be a challenge, especially if money is tight.

Pensionbee
11/19/2016
Am I a hipster and is it a bad thing? - PensionBee

There were punks in the seventies, New Romantics in the eighties and grungers in the nineties. Hipsters are arguably today's subculture - the twenty teens' own youth movement. But very few people self-identify as hipsters, and it's a genre that receives plenty of scorn.

Pensionbee
04/03/2016
Attending weddings on a budget - PensionBee

How do you feel when a wedding invitation lands on your doormat? If you're anything like me, you feel delight that you've been invited to celebrate your friend's big day, followed by a surge of anxiety as you start calculating the cost of attending.

Pensionbee
01/03/2016
Top 10 holiday destinations - PensionBee

If the dreary winter weather means you're reaching for your passport and dreaming of escape, our top 10 destinations will help you pick the best places to visit this year. Late last year, British Airways and Easyjet both launched new flights to Keflavík airport in Iceland, which is connected to Reykjavík by a 45 minute shuttle.

Pensionbee
12/03/2015
Finance guide for Millennials - PensionBee

Many Millennials entered the workforce during a time of deep economic recession, and coupled with high house prices, this means that they're struggling to reach 'adult' milestones of home ownership and having a family. With these unique circumstances in mind, here's our guide to money for Millennials.

Pensionbee
04/03/2016
The cost of dating - PensionBee

How much does dating set you back if you're a UK singleton looking for love? And are you better off financially if you're single or part of a couple? PensionBee trawls through the dating data to find out. Recent figures show that a UK date costs a total of around £120, with each dater spending on average £712 a year on dates.

Pensionbee
06/03/2016
Top things I wish I'd known about being an adult - PensionBee

What do you wish you could tell your adolescent self about what adulthood is really like and what you should keep in mind when you leave home or university? This is my top six, from social media to spaghetti to pensions. Once upon a time I thought a day would come when I'd have things figured out.

Pensionbee
06/09/2016
10 tips for surviving a festival - PensionBee

Festival season has arrived again. Each weekend for the next few months, fields across the country will fill with pop-up tents, the sound of music, and people dressed in everything from tiger onesies to tutus. Whether you're a seasoned festival goer who needs a reminder or a first-timer looking for some survival tips, these are the top 10 things we reckon you need to know.

Simplybusiness
04/14/2016
Stamp duty increase & EU poll to slow down buy-to-let, says RICS

Following a busy winter of buy-to-let purchases, the growth of UK house prices is set to slow, according to new research from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). The new, higher stamp duty rates for buy-to-let properties and second homes and the uncertainty caused by the upcoming EU referendum are key reasons for the expected slowdown in property purchases over the next few months.

Simplybusiness
05/10/2016
7 simple self-employed business ideas for the UK market

Fancy being your own boss? We've come up with a list of exciting small business ideas to speed you on your way to self-employment. Last year a record number of new businesses were started in the UK, with over 600,000 start-ups incorporated with Companies House.

Simplybusiness
06/01/2016
Landlords continue fight against George Osborne's rental tax changes

The landlords hoping to fight Clause 24 in court have flown past another fundraising goal, rebranded their campaign, and announced that they will be holding a landlord summit in June. They're raising money to mount a legal challenge to the changes to rental property tax, which caused uproar in the buy-to-let community last year and are set to come into force in 2017.

Simplybusiness
06/02/2016
7 rental property maintenance tips for landlords

Landlords need to keep their properties in shape, not only in order to satisfy their tenants but also in order to avoid potentially expensive disasters. But it can be difficult to know where to start. Looking for top rental property maintenance tips? Read on...

Simplybusiness
05/13/2016
EU referendum: most business owners back remain but lead shrinks

Have you decided how you're going to vote in the EU referendum? It seems that business owners are no longer so enthusiastic about remaining in Europe... Britons go to the polls on the 23rd June, and new research shows that although most business people still want to stay in Europe, the margin has reduced in the last couple of months.

Simplybusiness
05/24/2016
Blacklisted workers win millions in compensation from construction firms

Leading construction firms have agreed to pay a total of around £75 million to hundreds of workers affected by a secret blacklist. The list was funded by major companies including Sir Robert McAlpine and Balfour Beatty, and contained information including the political views, trade union activities, and sometimes even the personal relationships of thousands of construction workers.

Pensionbee
02/03/2016
Financial planning for your first baby - PensionBee

Tidy up your finances The first step is a general overview of your family finances. Make sure you've trimmed your spending where you can and you're saving sensibly. Time will be tight once the baby arrives, so go through your financial 'to do' list now, starting with opening an ISA if you don't have one already.

Pensionbee
05/03/2016
The impact of Brexit on pensions - PensionBee

On the 23rd June Britons will go to the polls to vote on whether the UK should remain part of the EU. But what impact would a British exit from the EU - dubbed 'Brexit' by the press - have on pensions?

Pensionbee
02/03/2016
Edinburgh property boom - PensionBee

Scotland's elegant capital has apparently seen a property price surge recently. But is this the complete picture? And if you're looking for a new home in Edinburgh, what's the best way of going about it? In July 2015, Zoopla figures showed an 8% rise in property values over a 12 month period.

Pensionbee
01/03/2016
Post-Christmas finance guide - PensionBee

Twelfth night has passed, so the twinkly lights have been extinguished and your Christmas decorations are boxed up for another year. But unfortunately some parts of Christmas can't be tidied away so easily: festive splurges leave many of us with increased waistlines and depleted bank balances.

Pensionbee
02/03/2016
The eight best money moves for 2016 - PensionBee

It's easy to feel overwhelmed by all the things we should or could be doing to improve our financial situations and get our money matters in order. Unfortunately, the sheer number of possible decisions often means that we end up doing nothing.

Pensionbee
01/03/2016
UK places to buy property - PensionBee

As house prices in London and the south east continue to spiral further and further out of reach, you may have given up on the idea of ever being a homeowner. Or even a very-small-flat-owner.

Pensionbee
02/03/2016
Wedding on a budget - PensionBee

If you're planning your wedding for this year or next, you'll be facing a glittering array of options. As you're making big choices about venues and guest lists and smaller decisions like invites and glass hire, one thing becomes clear: the cost can be eye-watering.

Pensionbee
01/03/2016
UK places to buy property - PensionBee

As house prices in London and the south east continue to spiral further and further out of reach, you may have given up on the idea of ever being a homeowner. Or even a very-small-flat-owner.

Pensionbee
12/03/2015
Christmas finances - PensionBee

December is traditionally a time for finances that are as overstretched as your post-Christmas pudding stomach. But rather than waiting until the new year to put things in order, get on top of your money situation before the season's out. It may be tempting to push your usual financial caution aside and cry 'oh, but it's Christmas!'

Pensionbee
04/03/2016
10 low-cost home improvement tips - PensionBee

The Easter eggs are eaten, the evenings are getting longer, and our thoughts have turned to the spring topic of sprucing up your home. Whether you own your place or you're renting, we've got 10 cheap and simple ways to freshen things up.

Pensionbee
02/03/2016
Worst pension mistakes - PensionBee

Retirement may still feel like a long way off, but the sooner you get on top of your pension situation the better. The government is increasingly concerned that people aren't saving enough for retirement, and this means that many of tomorrow's pensioners could really struggle to make ends meet.

Pensionbee
03/03/2016
Is now the right time to get engaged? - PensionBee

Wedding blogs and magazines disagree on the amount that the average wedding costs, but figures around the £20,000 mark crop up frequently. As the average UK salary is £26,500, this is an eye-watering amount for many couples.

Pensionbee
11/03/2015
How come women are better financial planners than men but end up as poorer pensioners?

Studies have shown that women are more likely to take a steady, long-term approach to finances, while men are more likely to engage in risky investment strategies and to avoid seeking professional advice. This means that despite the fact that women still earn less than their male counterparts, Halifax research in 2013 found that on average, women have around £500 more in savings than men.

Pensionbee
11/03/2015
How to plan your financial future without a financial adviser

If you're feeling a bit lost with your finances, then turning to a financial adviser is an obvious option. But advisers can be expensive, and if your finances are relatively straightforward and your main aim is to get on top of your spending and make a savings plan, then it's quite possible to do it yourself.

Pensionbee
11/03/2015
Moving home, the finance checklist you need to care about - PensionBee

Moving home is expensive. If you're buying rather than renting, the average cost of moving home is now almost £12,000, according to recent research. How does it mount up to this much? Well there's tax to pay in the form of stamp duty as well as hefty estate agent fees (usually a percentage of the property value), and solicitor and surveyor fees.

Pensionbee
11/03/2015
How cohabiting couples manage their money

Between 1996 and 2012, the number of people cohabiting - living with their partner but not married - doubled, reaching almost 6 million. The figure continues to climb: cohabiting couples are the fastest growing family type in the UK. But when the law doesn't recognise your relationship, what's the best way to manage your money as a household?

Pensionbee
11/03/2015
How to quit your job and make money from doing the things you love

Lifestyle entrepreneurs shun the nine-to-five office life in favour of flexible, web-based working that lets them pursue their passions and work where they want. It may sound too good to be true, but it's becoming an increasingly popular way of earning money.

City Crema
07/29/2014
Mr. Burns at The Almeida

This weekend, social media hummed with indignation at the cancellation of Secret Cinema's Back to the Future experience. As I scrolled down Twitter feeds that ricocheted with quotes from the 1985 sci fi film - many of the ticket-holders not even born when the film was released - it made me think of Mr. Burns, which...

Runninginheels
03/28/2014
Shakespeare 2.0

Our pick of the innovative Shakespeare productions on stage this year. Innovative theatre companies are bringing Shakespeare into the 21st century and making Britain's best-loved playwright ever more accessible with brand new ways of staging his plays. These five come highly recommended...

Smithsmagazine
Birdsong: A Review

A novel of enduring love set amidst the horrors of the First World War, Birdsong has now been adapted into a 'moving' stage play. Jade Wimbledon reviews. Sebastian Faulks's Birdsong is a lengthy, intricate, and well-loved novel. Translating it into a stage production, therefore, poses a monumental challenge.

City Crema
03/29/2014
Secret Cinema 21

Getting gangster on the TFL network.. Right at the last minute, my friend offered me tickets to Secret Cinema 21 that he was unable to use. I suddenly found myself with a shopping list of costume items, glad that department stores still have tiny haberdasheries where metres of ribbon and packets of feathers can be...

Runninginheels
07/04/2013
Novels Of Quietness

We're seduced by the beguiling prose and subtle style of London-based writer Janet Davey. As Janet Davey's 2004 novel opens, a luggage-laden mother is on a train with her children. A few pages in and her daughter, without a word, 'opens the door and jumps'.

Runninginheels
02/15/2013
Solo Act

It's harder to find single women in fiction that you think. I wanted women who were unattached for most or all of their life on page, and whose independence and 'singleness' was a key part of the story. Once I'd pinned a few of these un-pinnable characters down, I decided that 'single women' make for some of our best fiction.

Simplybusiness
Attack of the cowboy builders

These scamming tradesmen and dodgy builders go to extreme lengths to cheat homeowners out of their savings.

Cipd
CIPD podcasts

I was the managing editor for podcasts (episode 81 to 93) in the CIPD podcast series

Simplybusiness
100,000 landlord policies live!

We celebrate our 100,000th landlord insurance policy and round up some recent news from the realm of rental.

Runninginheels
04/09/2014
RIH Reads

Tessa Hadley's Clever Girl is a rich, captivating and understated read. Tessa Hadley's fifth novel, Clever Girl is the story of Stella. Stella is born into the grey middle of the twentieth century, with the Second World War devastation 'softened and naturalised after two decades' but still present in the Bristol streets in which she grows up.

Simplybusiness
03/13/2015
Is Mehmet Parlak London's worst landlord?

London landlord Mehmet Parlak has racked up scores of housing offences and been issued with thousands of pounds of fines for repeatedly ignoring health and safety and licensing regulations. The story of Mehmet Parlak tells a sorry tale of crumbling bedsits and crammed housing.

Simplybusiness
Interview with author Bill Rogers

In this video interview, author and publisher Bill Rogers talks about his crime thriller series and how he came to set up his own publishing company.

Simplybusiness
Andy Harris interview

In this video interview, Gas Safe registered engineer and company director Andy Harris talks to us through gas safety checks for rental properties.

Simplybusiness
03/03/2015
Meet the landlords from heaven

Are you the landlord that tenants dream of? They're often saddled with a bad reputation, but this lovely bunch of property owners are helping to give landlords a better name. One tenant told us that at Christmas, his landlord bought him and his flatmates new Playstation games to say thank you for being responsible throughout the year!

Simplybusiness
Tips for running a Google Hangout

Compare business insurance including public liability, professional indemnity and landlord. Buy online or through our UK call centre.

Simplybusiness
02/03/2015
Meet the tenants from hell

Do any of these tenants sound familar to you? When rental goes wrong, the fallout can be spectacular. We round up some of the scariest stories of nightmare tenants, and offer a few tips for avoiding them. As a landlord, it's always nerve-wracking handing over the keys and hoping that your tenants take good care of your property.

Simplybusiness
01/14/2013
Tessa Shepperson talks tenancy agreements and eviction

Tessa shares her wealth of knowledge on some of the main landlord legal issues, from the importance of tenancy agreements to serving section 21 notices. To learn more about dealing with the legal issues faced by landlords, we spoke to solicitor and author Tessa Shepperson.

Simplybusiness
Interview with landlady Yvonne Kirby

In this video interview, landlady Yvonne talks about her compassionate approach to property rental and speaks of her plans for property number four.

Printed
Set your sites high: getting your small business online

Jade is the in-house copywriter for online business insurance broker Simply Business. When not working in the marketing team, she enjoys cooking, reading, and exploring new cities. If you're just starting your business, along with getting your stationery sorted and your business cards printed, establishing a strong online presence is paramount.

Totallymoney
10 Ways to Master Your Credit Score

Lenders use your history to assess how much of a risk you pose, and to choose whether they'll lend to you. If you can demonstrate that you're able to manage credit sensibly and pay off your card each month, you'll look like a more attractive prospect.

Simplybusiness
Our 200,000th customer

Read the business story of Simply Business's 200,000 customer, who was surprised with an iPad when she bought her policy

Simplybusiness
01/12/2015
Five Freelancing mistakes that are costing you cash

Hard up freelancer? You might be making these mistakes... Freelancing can seem like a perfect way of working. It can mean a flexible working schedule, with an array of clients to keep your work varied and interesting. But, as I am discovering from setting out as a freelance copywriter, there are also a whole bunch of mistakes just waiting to trip you up.

londonmultimedianews
01/20/2015
Man pleads guilty to terrorism offences, women injured by falling object, and Ambulance CEO resigns

News 20th January 2015 British jihadist pleads guilty to terrorism offences Women injured by object falling from scaffolding Chief executive of London Ambulance Service resigns https://twitter.com/BBCBreaking/status/557574397134118912 A man from Hounslow has pleaded guilty to four terrorism offences. Imran Khawaja from Southall travelled to Syria last January to train alongside jihadist fighters.

Simplybusiness
02/02/2015
8 tips for winning investment on Dragons Den

Aspirations of entering the den? Read our tips for success. Facing the formidable Dragons is no mean feat, and many entrepreneurs have left the Den after a serious dressing down. However, when a pitch is successful, the Dragons' support and investment can help catapult a business to success.

Simplybusiness
12/18/2014
7 things The Apprentice taught us about job interviews

Our writer Jade casts an eye over yesterday's show and looks at what lessons can be learnt... On Wednesday the Apprentice candidates were whittled down to just two, who'll now battle it out in Sunday's final.

Simplybusiness
Interview with Phil Eckett of Owl Wise

We went to meet Phil Eckett of Owl Wise and his beautiful birds of prey. In this film, Phil tells us more about his business, and shows us some of his owls.

londonmultimedianews
01/14/2015
TV debate clash, teacher sentenced, and Theresa May backs web surveillance powers

News stories Wednesday 14th January 2015 Party leaders clash at PMQs over TV election debates Suspended jail sentence for London teacher who had sex with pupil Theresa May backs more data surveillance powers Hail, snow and sleet predicted for south east England TV election debate row https://twitter.com/Ed_Miliband/status/555342334322544642 During Prime Minister's Questions Ed Miliband accused the Prime Minister...

londonmultimedianews
01/17/2015
Channel Tunnel fire, extra security for Jewish areas, and police commander dismissed

News stories Saturday 17th January Channel Tunnel closed due to lorry fire Security increased in Jewish communities across London Met Commander dismissed over 'leak' Channel Tunnel closed https://twitter.com/Eurostar/status/556445030479831040 All Eurostar services have been cancelled 'until further notice' because of a fire on a lorry. Trains are returning to their original stations, and passengers are being told...

Simplybusiness
Brand honesty and advertising

As a Twitter storm erupts over Nokia's 'misleading' Lumia 920 advertising, learn some lessons about brand honesty and the importance of integrity in business

Simplybusiness
01/23/2015
Which Dragon from the BBC's Dragon's den are you?

With Dragons' Den back on the box we help you find your entrepreneurial alter ego. Do you have a reputation for fiery put-downs, or are you the energetic type who's always looking for the latest technology? With Dragons' Den returning to our screens, find out which investor you most closely resemble.

City Crema
04/21/2014
Sunday Papers Live #3 Edition

We went from a discussion of Socrates to a spectacular beatboxing performance within a few minutes, and talks took us from dusty train rides in India to the vast mystery of outer space. Secret Forum's Sunday Papers Live events are an attempt to create 'the perfect shared Sunday', and the model of a weekend broadsheet, complete...

Simplybusiness
Bad Twitter behaviour and how to avoid it

The press has been full of Twitter-related stories recently. We look at the offending tweets, the crackdowns, and how to avoid making Twitter mistakes.

londonmultimedianews
01/27/2015
Cycle Superhighway gets the go-ahead, Litvinenko inquiry opens, and trains delayed

News stories Tuesday 27th January 2015 Boris Johnson gives go-ahead for cycle superhighway Litvinenko public inquiry gets underway Flooding and power outages cause train disruption Cycle superhighway https://twitter.com/BBCLondonNews/status/559965344455204865 After a lengthy consultation process, London Mayor Boris Johnson has decided to go ahead with plans for a cycle superhighway.

Runninginheels
03/15/2014
Rebranding Shakespeare

New and innovative stagings are bringing the bard into the 21st century. Just over a year ago, director Phyllida Lloyd brought her version of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar to the Donmar Warehouse in London. To this bloody, macho tale of betrayal and revolution, Lloyd added a twist: it was an exclusively female cast that trod the boards.

Startups
04/16/2012
A guide to online business insurance - Startups.co.uk: Starting a business advice and business ideas

Insurance is an important consideration for online businesses, but the internet is littered with pleas for help from frustrated online business owners struggling to find cover. Here, Jade Wimbledon, of online business insurance broker Simply Business, discusses the types of insurance these businesses often need, digs down into the reasons why it's so difficult to secure online business insurance, and explores what can be done to help your company get covered.

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