Classic car sharing platform BookAclassic has adopted AI technology to power its booking system and customer service. The system, lovingly named Oswald, not only powers the automated booking process but Continue Reading
Vikki Little is an automotive marketing expert with more than 20 years experience in this very male-dominated industry. Having held a number of high-level positions, she decided to set Continue Reading
Hayley De Beers set up vegan skincare range Lovegrove Essentials with her mother, Hannah. They used their combined knowledge of various industries to create a brand that has been going Continue Reading
Carly Thompsett started her business Anaphase Store in 2015 despite struggling through her educational years being dyslexic and dyspraxic. She has now broken those barriers down to live out her dream
It’s important that business people do good where they can while having the passion and dedication to keep driving forward. PlayGiga not only allows us access to all sorts of games but it opens up this technology to poorer families and those in developing countries.
Bean Flicks will take place at The Mockingbird Cinema and Kitchen in Digbeth on Friday 6 July will feature screenings of feminist, queer and kink-positive porn shorts from independent filmmakers, as well as a performance from Girls! Girls! Girls!, an all-female DJ line-up.
Thom Dennis is a former marine and founder of Serenity in Leadership (SiL), a consultancy agency focused on promoting discussion on tough topics in business including health, mental health, sexual harassment and power.
Jemimah Ashleigh is an Australian entrepreneur with an interesting story. She started her career in law enforcement before finding her true passion and setting up her own jewellery business, Tangs Design.
Arwen Bardsley is a wellbeing practitioner who delves into the broader and deeper levels of health and wellbeing and is the founder of Evenstar Wellbeing. She explores how business people can find balance and overcome a lack of self-belief.
Following a career in the fast-paced London tech scene, Vicky Hunter decided she needed a change. She left her job organising events with Silicon Drinkabout and decided to go travelling. She embraced the digital nomad life with the skills learned from her job in London.