UCL School of Management


In the Media

Do dominant platforms support new app developers or are they oversaturated?

Monday, 13 Jul
Dominant platforms like Apple's App Store are often overcrowded and oversaturated, meaning new app developers go unnoticed with their games being pushed to the bottom of the pile. School of Management's Strategy and Entrepreneurship Assistant Professor Joost Rietveld and PhD student Joe Ploog's recent study reveals as a platform becomes increasingly dominant, the platform sponsor’s governance strategies shift from being largely supportive of the wider complement population to becoming more selective and geared toward end users.

Hosting the first, and biggest, Bitcoin Cash events in London

Thursday, 5 Jul
Widya Salim
When I first moved to London, I was both impressed and overwhelmed by number of events happening. In the next 365 days, I embarked on an event marathon to explore, learn, and meet new people. I would go to 2-3 new events every week, attending an underground exhibition to the usual three-days conference.

Working at a startup while studying

Sunday, 14 Jan
Kamil Ryszkowski

I am a student currently in my third year of my BSc Information Management for Business degree at UCL’s School of Management and I work part-time (though more often than not it feels like full-time!) as a Business Associate at True AI - a London-based start-up researching and commercialising conversational software using deep learning AI.


Outdated TV advertising is 90% too expensive

Tuesday, 12 Sep
TV adverts must be targeted to individual households, to combat viewers skipping the ad breaks, new research from UCL School of Management reveals.