Pubs are opening again, why good business pays and diversity on company boards

Business

Monday sees the opening of pubs and the restart of international travel. Ian King talks to a pub landlord and Fionn Hart from Flipdish, an app which helps pubs and restaurants remain COVID compliant.

He also speaks to David Tyler, the chairman of Domestic and General and former chairman of Sainsbury’s – he’s an advisor to the campaign “Good Business Pays” which is trying to get suppliers paid on time.

He also speaks to John Hitchcox, chairman of Yoo Capital, which is behind the £1.3 billion regeneration project of Olympia in west London.

Elsewhere, Ian chats to Steve Hare, chief executive at Sage, one of the UK’s biggest software companies, after it reported a 30% fall in half year operating profits to £203 million.

And he also takes a look at the history of company boards with the renowned economist and author Dambisa Moyo.

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