Velvet-Belle Templeman

Velvet-Belle Templeman

Velvet-Belle (VB) Templeman is a reporter and content producer at Boardroom.Media and Which-50, and the Minicast editor of Which-50

While companies have been forced to adapt to flexible and remote working requirements, the digitisation of business processes has become a crucial element in streamlining this transition. The Box deal to purchase the Dutch electronic signature company SignRequest is exemplary of the COVID driven acceleration of digital transformation. With the sector

Digital channels such as social media, alternative news sources, blogging, and crowdsourcing have become critical in the fight for social justice. Campaigns that harness people power through online platforms can add pressure to decision-makers and can shift the outcome of diplomatic and political agendas.  But despite the often fraught relationship

The heightened business focus on sustainability and responsible business practices has driven a  dramatic transformation in debt markets during the last decade, reflecting new environmental and social needs.  In episode 3 of Boardroom.Media’s new show, Pay It Forward, The Responsible Investment Series, Stephen Fitzgerald, Managing Partner at Affirmative IM outlines

The shift to sustainability is not only changing how companies manage their business, it is also changing how people invest their money. And in future, as companies seek funds from investors to expand, there will be times when they are likely to have to explain why their business is a

In the seemingly endless and often bitter political argument over climate change, it is often forgotten that Australia has one of the longest standing carbon markets in the world – and which is paid for by a multi-billion dollar government scheme called the Emissions Reduction Fund, or ERF. Last month, the

Another executive from troubled German fintech Wirecard was arrested yesterday and questioned by German prosecutors. He is the second person from the one-time darling of the European tech sector to be hauled in over a burgeoning scandal involving missing billions. Wirecard was launched during the first dotcom boom in the