Junior Editor for the Leaders Council
Articles published by Rhys Taylor-Brown
Have you used a Covid Bounce Back Loan to pay dividends? You may have broken the law
Simon Howley, managing partner at tax and law advisors Bell Howley Perrotton, explains why directors who have withdrawn Covid Bounce Back Loan monies for personal purposes or paying dividends could have acted illegally.
S I Sealy director’s climate views vindicated by IPCC report
SI Sealy & Associates director, David Stafford, once said that plans must be put in motion now for the UK's net zero carbon emissions by 2050 target to be achievable. With the recent release of the IPCC's report on the state of climate change, those views have been justified.
Leadership Roundup: Ford, Peaty and Carvalho on teamwork
In this week’s round-up of leadership quotes, we look at the views of business magnate Henry Ford, Team GB Olympian Adam Peaty and multi-award-winning business leader Terence Carvalho on the importance of looking after and working with teams in the pursuit of success.
DJS Research and The Thomas Theyer Foundation celebrate fruitful partnership
Full-service market research agency DJS Research recently celebrated its three-year partnership with charity of the year, The Thomas Theyer Foundation.
“Encouraging signs”: Sharma pleased with Brazil climate talks
COP26 president Alok Sharma has welcomed key climate commitments from the Brazilian government made during his recent visit to the South American country.
Baroness Harding to leave NHS role later in the year
Baroness Dido Harding is to step down from her role as chair of NHS Improvement in October this year.
Susan White talks interior design with Taylor Wimpey during in-depth look at West Sussex project
Taylor Wimpey has offered an in-depth look into one of its exciting new developments at Forge’s Wood in Crawley, West Sussex, designed by Phoenix Interior Design’s Susan White.
Works commence on new office development in Wolverhampton, Opus Land reports
Opus Land reports that groundworks are underway for the construction of a new office facility in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, that will be occupied by gas distribution network owners and operators, Cadent Gas.
IceMOS Technology looks to play its part in climate battle as IPCC issues warning
On the day that the IPCC delivered its most ominous warning on climate change yet, some climate experts instead opted to caution the global population against fatalism.
Government’s green plans for buildings to include ramping up heat pump manufacturing
Within the government’s ten-point plan for a Green Industrial Revolution to accelerate our path to net zero, prime minister Boris Johnson is clear about Westminster’s ambition to put buildings at the heart of the economic recovery from coronavirus.
Boosting efficiency: How smart buildings could play part in the government’s energy plans
The government and energy watchdog Ofgem have announced plans to revolutionise the energy system with smart technologies - plans which could be complimented by the increased use of smart buildings.
Government announces new insurance scheme for events industry
The live events sector will benefit from a government-backed insurance scheme worth more than £750 million, chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.
Hardy Signs marks 28th anniversary in business
British signage manufacturer Hardy Signs celebrates its 28th anniversary in August 2021.
Government appoints new investments chair
Vindi Banga has been named the new Chair of UK Government Investments [UKGI] this week, after being appointed by Economic Secretary to the Treasury, John Glen.
Recro Consulting boss calls for improvement in Kickstart sign-ups and believes his business can help
John McDonough, founder and managing director of employability and recruitment solutions specialist Recro Consulting, has recently critiqued levels of take-up for the government’s Kickstart Scheme and insisted that more action can be done to drive up participant numbers.