Although these career-orientated decisions may seem overwhelming, deciding on your future path does not have to be intimidating when you take the following simple steps.
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Cybersecurity is a growing industry. In the UK alone, the sector is now worth £8.3 billion — and climbing. Despite this, the UK has a serious cybersecurity skills gap. Discover more about the cybersecurity space.
Fintech is transforming the financial landscape, rapidly changing the ways that financial services are provided to businesses and consumers. Discover more about the impact of fintech on traditional banking in this piece.
The biggest reason new businesses fail is lack of market need. When it comes to building a viable entrepreneurial business strategy, the number one thing you need to do is identify a gap in the market.
When someone is a successful entrepreneur, there is a tendency to believe they were born with an innate ability to innovate. In reality, for most of us, entrepreneurship and innovation is a mentality and skillset that we must develop and nurture within ourselves.
Building a successful venture from scratch requires a solid foundation in business management as well as an in depth understanding of how start-ups thrive in the real world.
From medical robots, to algorithms which combat climate change, rapidly developing technology is finding answers to long-standing questions. It is teaching us to ask new questions which had never occurred to us before.
Using algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI) to make decisions is not a guarantor of impartiality. Humans design, train and deploy AIs. That leaves plenty of scope for the introduction of human bias and frailty into the functioning of these systems.
Here we discuss ways to narrow down your choice of MSc, particularly if you have a business, science, technology, economics or mathematical background. In many cases, the core skills of these disciplines cross over, unlocking a wide range of rewarding careers, from IT to banking.
In our digital world, only the corporations that are able to capture, analyse and capitalise on this wealth of ‘Big Data’ will benefit and hold on to customers in ever-more competitive business environments.