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Recently, we’ve seen a slew of lab-made meat companies, claiming to have replicated the taste of ‘real meat’ in an effort to reduce our dependence on farmed animals and their impact on the planet. But will consumers ever want to buy the stuff?
Millennials’ quest to achieve the perfect complexion is driving a boom in the skincare and beauty industry and abundant opportunity for investment. We investigate the rise and rise of skincare start-ups and ask where to find the next big winners.
Have you promised yourself that the new year will bring a new, improved you? Whether you’re looking to get fit, sleep better or boost your productivity at work, there are apps and gadgets that can help.
Delegates at Spear’s annual ‘£1 Billion Meeting of Minds’ gathered in central London last month to hear an impressive line-up of speakers offer their perspectives on the factors shaping the world of high-net-worth clients. There were warnings but also ideas and optimism aplenty. Andrew Carrier, Dolfin’s CMO, reports.
As little as two decades ago, it was unimaginable that the paradigm of car ownership would ever shift; now, it seems certain. Developments in technology look set to make the concept of car ownership radically different, if not obsolete. We look at the implications for consumers, investors and the car manufacturing industry.
When Ibukun Adebayo, co-head of emerging markets at the London Stock Exchange Group, met Dolfin CEO Denis Nagy for lunch, the food was rooted in Tuscany but the conversation wandered from investment opportunities in India, through improving the efficiency and transparency of capital markets in Africa, to using technology to solve the “settlement conundrum”.