The Financial Times today announces the launch of FT Collection, an online shop selling FT branded merchandise. The site was developed to provide customers with the ability to buy quality FT products – including luxury leather goods, desk gifts and travel accessories – crafted from the finest materials. Fans also have the opportunity to buy framed front pages of the newspaper from a previous date.
The Financial Times and The Economist today publish the results from the latest Global Business Barometer, which reveals that business leaders’ confidence in the global economy fell sharply in the last quarter.
The Global Business Barometer surveyed over 1,500 business executives from around the world between June 22 and July 29 with the aim of gauging changes in business sentiment.
If you make communication a priority in your workplace, or support employees with communication difficulties, now is the time to apply for the first Shine a Light 2011 Hello campaign awards.
These awards will recognise the best practice work being carried out to support communication development be this in the workplace, in schools or by health care teams and young people. They form the flagship event for the Hello campaign (national year of communication), run by The Communication Trust and sponsored by Pearson Assessment.
Throughout the month of August, the Financial Times is sponsoring a Hampton Luxury Liner bus that will make two daily roundtrip trips between Manhattan and the Hamptons. A play on mobility, the 45-foot long bus wrap highlights the new FT web app, which allows users to access award-winning journalism across a range of tablet and smartphone devices (visit app.ft.com to learn more). The bus features the iconic FT cityscape image and branding elements on all four sides. Not only will New Yorkers arrive to their summer getaways in style, they will also enjoy complimentary copies of that day’s newspaper and FT-branded water bottles onboard.