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ArticleIn Music’s “Moneyball” moment: why data is the new talent scout, Michael Hanns explains that record labels have always relied on their A&R department (artists and repertoire) to scout upcoming talent. But the process hasn’t been the most efficient - despite a global spend of $2.8 billion on A&R, only a quarter of signings have become commercially successful. As the industry changes - from consumers buying records to streaming music online - so has the scouting process.
ArticleThe first week of any internship can be daunting. Having smarted your way through the interview process, imposter syndrome quickly sets in when you realise you haven’t really got the faintest idea of what your employer does. Luckily for us, during our first week of interning at BC our employers were turning 20!
ArticleA research paper released by the Harvard Kennedy School concludes that employers can reduce their employee attrition rate by 28% if they use SalaryFinance. And, in what it describes as a ‘win-win’ situation, employees can also reduce the interest on their loans by around 2/3 compared to other finance available.
ArticleBlenheim Chalcot CEO, Kate Newhouse, was recently on the judging panel for Imperial College’s WE Innovate programme final with a £15,000 prize fund on offer.
ArticleDynamo is a new online mortgage broker providing free, impartial and quality mortgage advice online and comparing deals from High Street banks and challengers alike. Dynamo prides itself on doing mortgages differently and is rebuilding the entire remortgage process around its customers.
ArticleCongratulations to Rob Straathof and his team at Liberis - we’re delighted to be part of this funding round alongside British Business Investments, Paragon Bank and BCI Finance.
ArticleHive Learning's vision is to help millions of people grow their skills together every day. And this new round of funding, led by Blenheim Chalcot, will help them do that.
ArticleAVADO, the digitally-powered professional learning business, today announces that it has merged with Arch, the Ofsted Grade 1 apprenticeship training provider. The new market-leading, global, digital professional skills business offers training from digitally-delivered apprenticeships to skills for senior leadership.