Attempting to be an automotive and business writer. Not too bad at stringing a sentence together.
How controversy leads to success…
Ryanair, Europe’s most controversial airline. Founded by Michael O’Leary in 1984, the budget airline has spent most of its life disrupting the market and doing things peculiarly differently and maximising profit as a result. Some of the ideas that Ryanair pursued have subsequently been seen in a negative light but they are ingenious nonetheless.
Have the Bank of England made the right call?
The economy is a crucial part of how a country functions and it is often controlled by two things: inflation and interest rates. Yet the current economic climate you are in changes how you view the economy, interest rates and inflation meaning everyone has a unique perspective.
How Red Bull’s marketing genius lead to world domination
Red Bull, the sweet fizzy beverage business founded by Dietrich Mateschitz in 1987, the business that resells what was a medicinal drink originally, the business that brings in $6.31 million in revenue each year and the business that does an awful lot more than sell energy drinks.
Let’s talk about energy bills
Rising energy bills, the bane of many people’s lives right now. Latest predictions are that in January we will have energy bills and a price cap that of (on typical usage) over £4000 per household, in addition to the inflated prices for everything else - why is this happening? And can we cope?
This isn’t just any court case…
The court case of the decade, no, not Depp vs Heard, Colin vs Cuthbert. The battle of the supermarket caterpillar cakes. You could say that this sorry saga started in 1990, 31 years before the case came to everyone’s attention as that was when Colin the Caterpillar - the original caterpillar cake was launched to the world by Marks & Spencer. Since it’s introduction, 15 million of these rather tasty cakes have been sold and the remarkable popularity has led to all the major UK supermarkets offering their own interpretation of the caterpillar cake.
How to survive (and thrive in) the cost of living crisis
The cost of living crisis is crippling individuals and business across the world as inflation soars and wages are not moving up to match. More and more people are relying on foodbanks, more and more people are having to choose between heating and eating, more and more people are struggling. But there are steps you can take to cut costs, steps you can take to survive the cost of living crisis.
Hyundai IONIQ 5 Review
Sometimes, we see a car in photos and they don’t give the full picture. Sometimes the photos don’t do the true car justice. Sometimes they hide a multitude of sins. In the case of the IONIQ 5, the pictures got it about right, except one thing. The size.
5 Reasons to be Excited About the 2021 F1 Season
The 2022 Formula One season is just around the corner, the first official testing is happening this week (or has happened depending on when you are reading this) and all us F1 fans are at fever pitch. Our beloved sport is returning.