30 Sep 2015 11:01am

October 2015

This month we talk to Duncan Sambrook about his move from Deloitte's capital markets business to running his own brewery, and his quest for the perfect pint. We take a look at the so called Internet at Things - set to revolutionise every sector of industry - and what businesses and their accountants can do to understand its benefits and challenges. Raymond Doherty spends a day in the life of Martin Augier, who left a glittering career at some of the world's biggest companies and bought a small car dealership in Brighton. This month's essay looks at the decision by a number of firms to look beyond A-Levels and UCAS points when recruiting, and Chris Ives - an associate director of Kroll's London investigations and disputes practice - and David Kirk, chairman of the fraud advisory panel, debate the UK's anti-money-laundering regime. Liz Loxton gets to grips with the UK productivity puzzle and Richard Cree investigates a resurgence in British watchmaking