If you’re healthy you’ve got a sporting chance at business and at life. Entrepreneur of the Year winner 2008, Barbara Cox merges the worlds of business and nutrition and takes ten minutes to dispense some vital knowledge to Business Matters readers.
No stranger to the business world, the chances are high that you’ve already enjoyed some of her products without even knowing it. She designed and launched the first flapjack protein bar which was snapped up by Selfridges before launching her nutritional meal delivery service nationwide. Both of these set the trend for the following fifteen years of easy protein fixes and subscription based businesses.
Today she works as a nutrition consultant and wellness coach as well as sitting on many lifestyle advisory boards across the UK and Europe. After discussing how important the need is for business owners everywhere to boost their immune system to maintain control of their
While Italian, Chinese and Indian remain the most popular choices of takeaway, demand for Big Macs and hot Greggs sausage rolls is helping to drive strong growth at Just Eat Takeaway.com.
The FTSE 100 food delivery operator underpinned its position as one of the winners in the coronavirus crisis by reporting a forecast-beating 46 per cent jump in orders in the third quarter to 151.4 million, an acceleration on the growth of 41 per cent reported in the second quarter, as the positive trends seen in July continued into August and September.
Order growth in the UK showed an even bigger improvement, at 43 per cent, up from 34 per cent in the second quarter, and analysts are forecasting more of the same in the final quarter against easy comparative trading.
The group said that its UK business had been given a lift by several new partnerships, including with about
Business Insider parent Insider Inc. is nearing a deal to acquire a controlling stake in Morning Brew, reports Benjamin Mullin of The Wall Street Journal.
Mullin reports, “The terms the companies are discussing would value Morning Brew at over $75 million, including certain performance incentives, the people said. The companies haven’t completed a deal, and the talks could still fall apart.
“The sale of Morning Brew is a bright spot in a digital-media sector that has faced a number of challenges. The online-ad market was already under pressure before the coronavirus pandemic exacerbated the situation.
“Newsletters, including those operated by companies like Morning Brew, theSkimm and traditional media outlets, are viewed as attractive, partly because they can help companies expand the reach of their content and recruit new subscribers.”