Lysanne Currie

By Lysanne Currie | 13 Apr 2021

UK lockdown partially ends: eight of the best luxury experiences now available

While the hospitality industry may not return to full capacity until May, some of the UK’s most glamorous spaces have flexed their creative muscles to give us that longed-for luxu... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 20 Mar 2021

Making an impact: from social responsibility to ESG investment

At the end of January, BlackRock’s Larry Fink delivered his annual letter to the world’s CEOs and investors. In it, he issued a stark reminder that we ignore our fragility as a species at ... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 18 Feb 2021

Choose to challenge: Tempus looks at eight trailblazing women ahead of International Women's Day

Women are increasingly breaking stereotypes and making a difference on the global stage with their resilience, humanity and extraordinary gifts. Here, we mark International Women’s Day on 8 Marc... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 09 Nov 2020

Rivers of change: becoming a CEO in the middle of a pandemic didn’t quench Natalie Campbell’s entrepreneurial fire or drive for inclusion

Natalie Campbell became CEO of ethical bottled water company Belu in March 2020. Three weeks later, Britain’s Covid-19 lockdown officially kicked in. As Natalie says, “I was pretty much fa... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 04 Jun 2020

Tempus salutes the luxury British brands helping our frontline workers during the Covid-19 pandemic

Download your free copy of Tempus today A WARM WELCOME  Grand dame hotel Claridges has, in its time, given lodging to everyone from Queen Victoria to Audrey Hepburn, and lately it’s been op... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 15 Apr 2020

London calling: how the UK capital became a fintech incubator

Download your complimentary copy of Tempus Magazine issue 67 now  Hear that booming noise? It’s the sound of London-based fintechs smashing records for global investment, making waves in a ... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 25 Mar 2020

How Nick Fry took Brawn from near-bankruptcy to a fairytale finish with Jenson Button

It’s 2006, and Honda’s Formula 1 racing team managers, CEO Nick Fry and head engineer Ross Brawn are celebrating driver Jenson Button’s win at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Fast-forward ... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 11 Mar 2020

These amazing private members' homes are almost impossible to source

There are certain holiday properties that are only rented out to specially vetted guests, by some equally select individuals. People like Alexander Kraft, chairman and CEO of luxury real estate organi... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 05 Dec 2019

Peak trading: How the Alps' grand hotels are welcoming the super-rich for a new style of business networking

What’s the most precious commodity there is? Gold? Oil? Data? The latter may be the most valuable commodity on earth, but there’s one thing that is arguably even more coveted; and for... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 31 Oct 2019

The rise and rise of conscious capitalism

On 16 January 2018 the world’s top CEOs woke up to a startling missive from one of their own. Laurence D Fink, founder of BlackRock, the most influential investment firm on Earth, wrote: “... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 10 Oct 2019

The changing face of wealth: From Leonardo to Greta, we examine the real influencers behind the new UHNW, and the behaviour trends that will affect us all

This is Leonardo DiCaprio. You know him from Titanic, The Wolf of Wall Street, and this year’s triumphant Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. His 30-year résumé of award-winning perf... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 13 Mar 2018

The world's coolest Rock 'n' roll stylist William Gilchrist on what it means to be the sixth Rolling Stone

William Gilchrist is sitting at the bar of the Club at the Ivy, a martini (vodka, stirred with a twist) by his side. Perched on a bar stool, he scribbles into a leather notebook with his trusted fount... Read More

By Lysanne Currie | 12 Dec 2017

Scale up your skiing with a trip to L'Apogée Courchevel

It’s incredible to think that back in the 1940s, the part of the French Alps that would become Courchevel (in the Trois Vallees, the biggest interconnected ski area in the world) was considered ... Read More