“While most actors who play major on-screen roles in Hollywood blockbusters like Gladiator, The Mummy, and Sleepy Hollow are probably divas who live in 10-bedroom mansions, their four-legged cast mates are much more down to earth.”
“The challenge is raising them and fighting tradition – we are not our mothers,” says Insta-mum Clemmie Hooper, aka Mother of Daughters, of being a millennial parent (a mum born between 1980 and 1995). Every generation likes to think it’s rebelling, but technology and the advent of equality, means today’s new parents – us millennials – actually are. Whether it’s in terms of discipline, equipment, or the role of dad, we are turning tradition on its head.
Dubai Healthcare City Authority’s chair Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein tells Ploy Radford how the emirate is re-shaping its healthcare system…
Retail guru, The Vet chair and avid traveller.
Health tech ‘unicorns’ are rare beasts leading to Silicone Valley to be a bit sneery about the healthcare market. However, is that scorn justified and why are unicorns – start-up valuations exceeding £1 billion – so hard to achieve? Read More
This is an interview I did for Third Sector magazine that appeared in the issue out 20/9/11:
The Blue Cross became the first charity to be featured in Channel 4’s Undercover Boss when Kim Hamilton, its chief executive, posed as a volunteer to appear in an episode in July.
Production company Studio Lambert asked the animal welfare charity if it wanted to take part in the series, in which bosses assume a false identity to get a taste of life on the front line.
This raised the prospect of valuable exposure to millions of viewers but also posed a risk to the charity’s reputation if the reality TV show format portrayed it in a bad light. Read More