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Sky's business presenter speaks to the chair of Ford, Tim Slatter, about a huge investment into the manufacturing plant on Merseyside. Ian King also looks at how one innovator is helping cement producers to cut down on their carbon emissions.Ian also speaks to Garnier's global brand president, Adrien Koskas about how the beauty retailer is changing its ways to become more environmentally friendly. And find out how plant-based company Huel managed to secure a huge investment.
Sky's business presenter is joined by the Chief Executive of Travelex to discuss their results after a tricky few years. Ian King finds out more about online wholesale marketplace Faire and discusses overseas investment in science and innovation with government minister George Freeman. He's also joined by Swedish tech entrepreneur, Konrad Bergström who's behind the electric boat company, X Shore.
Sky's business presenter Ian King has the latest on the future of Britain's long-term energy security and takes a look at the travel sector's bounce back from the pandemic. Ian also finds out more about Ford's electric car fleet and discovers how gaming and hospitality are coming together in a new business venture.
Sky's business presenter considers what affect China's covid lockdown policies and subsequent protests have on the global economy. Ian King also takes a look at the housing market in a conversation with Zoopla's Executive Director for Research. Ian discusses a busy Black Friday and Cyber Monday with the President of e-commerce retailer Spotify.He also chats to a diamond mine owner based in Botswana about the changing industry.
Sky's business presenter, Ian King sits down with Barclaycard's head of payments to discuss one of the busiest shopping periods of the year. He'll also find out more about low carbon building practices which has attracted billions in venture capital funding this year. And Primark's going to be investing millions of pounds into its UK stores.
As strikes hit the UK at schools, universities and among postal staff, Royal Mail’s chief executive Simon Thompson joins Ian to discuss the latest on negotiations with the Communication Workers Union.TensCare managing director Neil Wright discusses the natural pain relief company’s decline in profits, while Antonio Cacorino from APEX talks about why he’s among the investors of TMRW Sports, co-founded by golf stars Tiger Woods and Tiger Woods.The man behind theme bars ping-pong chain Bounce, Adam Breedon, chats about the launch of F1 Arcade, which includes 60 motion simulators.The new director of the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Dr Lucy Sutherland, also joins Ian.
Ian King reflects on the latest PMI data suggesting UK economic activity continued to contract with Chris Williamson, Chief Business Economist at S&P Global Market Intelligence.Stena Line’s chief executive Niclas Martensson talks about plans to establish a major freeport in Holyhead, while Alex Dacre of Marlowe discusses his company’s work on helping businesses comply with rules.Ian also explores the future of energy and power, with Worcester Bosch chief executive Carl Arntzen and Trevor Jackson from MAL Research and Development, which claims to have found a way to power electric vehicles with aluminium-air.
Ian King is joined by Nomura’s chief UK and Euro area economist George Buckley to discuss the latest government borrowing figures, before Danish Crown’s Jais Valeur discusses major investment in a pork processing facility in Rochdale.Severn Trent Water’s chief executive Liv Garfield talks about plans to offer 500 work experience placements for children each year.Jonathan Murphy discusses Assura’s reaction to the autumn statement, as a company which runs GP surgeries, primary care and healthcare buildings, while AO World’s John Roberts reflects on how global economic pressures are impacting the electrical goods sector.
Disney has unexpectedly fired its chief executive overnight and replaced him with his predecessor - Ian King discusses the latest developments with Simon Lapthorne, senior research analyst with Investec. Canary Wharf Group are developing further leisure opportunities - Ian King speaks to Shobi Khan, the chief executive of Canary Wharf Group about what people can expect when they visit the area. And the Prime Minister addresses the CBI annual conference in Birmingham.
Alcohol will not be sold at stadiums for this year’s World Cup in Qatar. Ian King is joined by Sky News' Sports Correspondent Rob Harris to discuss the decision and its implications. Ian King looks at the impact of the Autumn statement, and talks to Imogen Bachra, Head of UK Rates Strategy at NatWest about it. The impact on tax, energy and so-called Solvency II rules are also looked at.While Hannah Seal, a Partner at Index Ventures talks about a call out for the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Ian King speaks to Paul Dales, Chief UK Economist at Capital Economics about inflation hitting a 41 year high. While Jane Shoemake, a Client Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson discusses the record energy prices that have led to a big rise in dividends paid out by oil companies in the third quarter.And the acting President and Chief Executive of Intrum, Andres Rubio, joins Ian King to talk about people missing bill payments as a result of inflation and economic uncertainty.
Ian King speaks to the President of the CBI, Brian McBride, ahead of Thursday's budget.Lee Sutton, Chief Executive of the renewable energy products supplier Myenergi talks about eco tech on Energy Day at the COP27 Summit.Ian King is also joined by Lucy Taylor, OpenTable's Vice President for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. They discuss the impact of difficult economic times on the restaurant trade and a campaign to tackle it.
Ian King is joined by Timothy Bannister, the Director of Property Science Innovation at Rightmove after a monthly fall in house prices.John Dickie, Chief Executive of Business LDN joins Ian King to speak about the UK's connectivity, and the calls for cost-neutral measures.And Klarna's Chief Executive, Sebastian Siemiatkowski talks about the site, known for its 'Buy Now, Pay Later' option, expanding into price comparison.
Today, Ian King discusses the latest GDP figures - which show the UK could be heading for a recession. He also speaks to the Vice President of eBay about shopping trends around Black Friday. Plus, hear from the chief executive of Coinbase, a crypto exchange service, about its rival FTX.
Ian King speaks to the chief executive of Autotrader about the demand for vehicles. The CEO of bar group Nightcap joins the show to discuss all things hospitality post-pandemic. Plus, hear from the entrepreneur behind Games Workshop - who's just been given a knighthood.
Ian King speaks to the chief global strategist at Principal Asset Management about America's midterm elections. Plus, hear from the managing director of Alstom UK and Ireland about a major monorail project in Egypt. And the vice president of marketing at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority joins the show to discuss how the travel sector is rethinking its tourism strategy.
Today, Ian King speaks to the head of consumer insight at Kantar about rising prices in the supermarkets. He also discusses what businesses can do to avoid being a victim of cyber ransoms. Plus, hear from a firm who helps support early stage space tech companies launch their own satellites.
Ian King speaks to the chief executive of Green Lithium about plans to build a large-scale refinery on Teesside for electric vehicles - as this year's Cop 27 climate summit gets underway. Plus, hear from Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary about the airline's pre-tax profits. And the co-founder of LatticeFlow joins the show to talk about how the platform automatically finds and fixes artificial intelligence data and model errors.
Ian King reflects on yesterday's decision from the Bank of England to raise interest rates with Wei Li, the Global Chief Investment Strategist at BlackRock.Erik Fairbairn, founder and CEO of Pod Point, speaks about charging points for electric vehicles.Chief Executive of the global language-learning app, Duolingo, Luis Von Ahn talks to Ian King on the digital skills gap.
Ian King is joined by Stephen Bird, chief executive of Abrdn, the global investment company, Bev White, Chief Executive of Nash Squared discusses the UK tech sector and Ramy Jallad, chief executive of the Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone joins Ian King to talk about trade with Gulf nations.
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