Here is a link to the pdf download version of A-Level Economics Update Magazine - Autumn / Winter 2022 Issue 2

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I love Ben & Jerry's - a brilliant company for Business students to look at - a neighbourhood brand that has grown into a global mega-brand - but one that has remained true to its core values,...

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Since the onset of the Coronavirus and the UK lockdown, one topic that has frequented the business pages is cash flow. This blog aims to give some contextual examples as to how some industries have...

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A fantastic advert here showcasing the impact that IKEA's decisions to democratise the design of their furniture had on creating product add-ons for people with disabilities.

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28th December 2018

CEO Secrets

This series on BBC News, CEO Secrets, is gold dust for students studying management, leadership or simply thinking about starting a business.

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British cycling has built an enviable global reputation for success on the track and the road over the last ten years. Finding marginal gains is crucial to their strategy and this Economist video...

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12th October 2018

The Purposeful Business

Do businesses exist to make profits, or to serve a purpose? This new lecture from Gresham College looks at the current debate over purposeful businesses who are not purely driven by the profit...

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On the day that Toyota has announced a $500m joint venture with Uber to develop driverless-car technologies, here is a short video on the impact of Toyota in changing the way we make things....

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17th April 2018

How BMWs are made

A sensational short video from Business Insider which visits a BMW plant in the USA that makes 1,400 vehicles a day. Over 500 robots and 450 employees work together to produce one SUV.

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Here is a terrific enrichment resource from Dan Murray and Rich Martell - two of the UK's most dynamic web entrepreneurs. Their podcast series has a growing collection of interviews with business...

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An extended, candid and revealing interview with the CEO of Microsoft. If you are interested in this software behemoth, this is unmissable.

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The price point is a jaw-dropping £30 each. But, surely that's a price worth paying for a Cookie Pizza.

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Entrepreneur Duncan Titmarsh is a builder. He has a giant factory with inventory of over 35 million bricks and 24 builders working for him full-time. The building team complete an average of...

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Proof, I think, in this short video, that product innovation using robotics doesn't always hit the mark - or even wipe it off.

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A thought-provoking video here from the New York Times explores the impact of the success in emerging economies of multinational food businesses like Nestle.

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As a keen user of fitness tracking devices I'm intrigued to see whether the increasing sophistication of such products might expand or in other ways change the traditional fitness market.

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A classic example here of ultra-premium pricing for a luxury product.

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A fascinating look into the rapidly-growing business of esports with this video from Mashable.

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What percentage of industrial work is currently done by robots rather than humans? What a great question to ask your students. Sit back and watch the discussion as they come up with their estimate.

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Play-Doh began life in the post-depression 1930s as a wall cleaner. Nintendo began life as a playing card company way back in the 1880s. Two of ten great examples of business pivots over the years.

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