Editor, Management Today
Brexit is bad for business and will irrevocably damage the country, argues one of the UK’s top business journalists
Matthew Gwyther is Editor of Management Today, the UK’s biggest-selling business magazine, launched in 1966 and regarded as one of the most authoritative in the world. In this in-depth interview, he takes us behind the scenes of the whole editorial operation; celebrates entrepreneurs and argues they are born, not made – but can often be terrible managers; shares their collective passion to advance the cause of women in business, and calls for more women in middle management; and contends strongly that Brexit is not just bad for business, but will be toxic for the wider UK economy.
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