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Raissa de Haas is co-founder of premium mixer brand Double Dutch, just one of the fast-growing companies represented in the Dolfin Private Investment Club.
As funding from the National Health Service is squeezed, more and more people who are struggling to start a family are turning to the private sector – and it’s becoming a fertile ground for investors.
Sharon Vosmek, CEO of Astia, is passionate about investing in high-growth start-ups founded and led by women. She spoke to Dolfin’s Head of Investment Management, Simon Black, and Investment Associate Anny Giavelli about her vision for the organisation and the role of women in business
China is a world leader when it comes to successful female entrepreneurs. What is it that makes the world’s most populous country such a great place for women to do business?
Is social media just a vehicle for preening Instagram influencers and obnoxious Twitter trolls, or does it have relevance in the wealth management space?
A new generation is entering the workforce. Born into a world of upheaval and profound change, they pose unique challenges for managers and recruiters.
The rise of boutique financial services firms and challenger banks is creating new opportunities for people in the financial sector – but how do you know when it’s time for your next career move?
When you’re on holiday, relaxing with a glass of something cold, it’s tempting to consider leaving the corporate world behind and embarking on a new venture – perhaps one involving wine. Dolfin Diary meets two entrepreneurs who have done just that.
Last August, a 14-strong team from Dolfin set out to attempt the Three Peaks Challenge. The experience was transformative for them as individuals and as a group.
Many entrepreneurs see patents as an essential mechanism for protecting intellectual property. But are they up to the job?
When it comes to tech, there are few countries more advanced than Estonia. The small Baltic state is attracting investors from all over the world and, post-Brexit, it could become even more popular.