The 45th English Wine Festival is taking place this weekend. The event being held in Purleigh, Essex is the longest running wine festival in England, and it comes after figures earlier this month revealed that sparkling wine sales in the UK have nearly doubled in the last five years. Lucy Winward, a wine expert at New Hall Vineyard, who are hosting the event, explained how the English wine industry is doing.
It’s World Productivity Day and Leesman, the largest measure of workplace effectiveness, can reveal the biggest workplace and productivity inhibitors, including noise, natural light, temperature, air quality, not having enough space, and even the provision of tea and coffee! Chris Moriarty, Director of Leesman, joined to discuss the findings.
From a visit to Disneyland by Shanghai’s mayor in 1990, to Tuesday’s opening of the $5.5 billion joint venture. Shanghai Disney Resort has been more than 25 years in the making. But what impact will it have? Travel journalist and author, Sarah Tucker, discussed the theme park's affect on the Chinese tourism industry.
In 1928 British Home Stores was set up by some American entrepreneurs. The first store was in Brixton and nothing in the store cost more than a shilling (5p). But now 90 years later it's goodbye BHS. Nick Hood, a Business Risk Advisor at OPUS, discussed the end game when a household name fails.
A new report from CDP, analysing 15 of the world's largest automakers, shows that Volkswagen is not the only car maker facing significant potential penalties as regulation on fleet emissions tightens around the world. Paul Simpson, the CEO of CDP, joined Sarah Lowther and Paul Sedgwick to discuss further the report he authored.
David Emm, Principal Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab, joins Share Radio to talk about the increasing number of companies being attacked by Ransomware. Ransomware, one of the fastest-growing types of cyber threats, encrypts data on infected machines, then typically asks users to pay ransoms in hard-to-trace digital currencies to get an electronic key so they can retrieve their data.
Dave Millett, Founder and Managing Director of telecoms broker, Equinox, talks about Ofcom’s report ruling on whether BT can keep its Openreach broadband arm. BT seems to have escaped the immediate threat of selling off its wholesale arm, but it faces a stricter regulatory straitjacket under wide-ranging proposals which would allow other operators to lay fibre optic lines alongside its network. Dave discusses the decision.
The Defence and Security Equipment International Conference 2015 has begun at the London Excel, and their Industry Spokesman, Howard Wheeldon, joins Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson to reveal all about defence.
To finish Morning Money's focus on London International Shipping week, Robert Merrylees who's the Policy Advisor and Analyst at the UK Chamber of Shipping, joins Sandra Kilhof and Sara Sjölin to discuss shipbuilding and investing in the industry.
With London International Shipping week taking place, Morning Money looks into the manning aspect of the industry. Captain Kuba Szymanski is the Secretary General of InterManager, the international body for ship management companies, and he reveals all to Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson about managing crews in shipping.
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