• Financial Times giveaway

    The Financial Times is giving FT fans, followers and readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to see Ferran Adrià, El Bulli’s head chef, speak exclusively at Vinopolis in London, on Monday 26th September at 7pm.
    Adria, who has often been referred to as the world’s greatest chef, will be signing copies of his new book, The Family Meal: Home Cooking with Ferran Adrià. This event is organised by Waterstone’s in partnership with Phaidon Press and the Financial Times. To win tickets all you have to do is email us with your name to before entries close at 17:00 (BST) on Friday 23rd September. The winners will then be picked at random and contacted about their ticket.

    Terms and conditions:
    Participants in this competition must be residents in the United Kingdom. All entries must be sent to before the deadline otherwise they will not be considered. Only one entry per person is permitted. Winners will be chosen at random on Friday 23rd September from the valid entries received. FT will notify the winners by email and the winners will be required to confirm acceptance of the prize within 1 day of notification. If the prize is declined, unclaimed, or if the winner cannot reasonably be contacted from the details supplied, a supplementary winner may be drawn at FT’s discretion and will be notified by email. The results of this competition are final and no correspondence will be entered into. To the fullest extent permitted by law, FT and Facebook accept no responsibility for, or liability arising from, participants taking part in this competition or for taking up the prizes. This competition is not sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook. The information participants provide pursuant to this competition is provided to the Financial Times Limited and not to Facebook. This competition is governed by the laws of England and Wales and all disputes arising from these terms shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

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  • FT How To Spend It app hits 10,000 downloads

    Within 10 days of launch, the FT’s How To Spend It app has seen over 10,000 downloads.

    The innovative new app, which features daily postings and searchable content of more than 60 editions of the luxury lifestyle magazine, is free to download from the Apple iTunes store.

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  • Financial Times launches the Business Technology Debates

    The Financial Times is today launching the Business Technology Debates, a series of video debates between the Financial Times and Computer Weekly on topical business and technology issues. Published monthly, the debates are timed to coincide with the FT’s flagship technology report ‘The Connected Business‘ and will carry advertising from technology giant Oracle.

    The Business Technology Debates, like The Connected Business, are aimed at C-suite executives who may not have specific technology skills or knowledge, but still want to be aware of the important technology trends, and understand the benefits for their company. Hosted on at, the series will be complemented with further reading on each topic from the FT and Computer Weekly. Each 10-minute debate will be hosted by an FT journalist, and the panel will include a Computer Weekly journalist and an invited guest. Content is syndicated to 

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  • How To Spend It iPad app offers new mobile advertising opportunities

    With daily postings and searchable content of more than 60 editions of the award-winning luxury lifestyle magazine, the FT’s innovative new How To Spend It iPad app offers exciting mobile opportunities for advertisers.

    What opportunities does the app offer advertisers?
    Advertisers will be able to target How To Spend It’s high net worth global audience by featuring compelling creative within the app. The app offers new mobile possibilities for advertisers, including a brand hub which gives advertisers the chance to showcase their brand and products in detail, increasing engagement.

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  • FT’s A-List returns with Aviva sponsorship

    After a summer break the Financial Times’ A-List returns today and, due to its popularity, the section will now be sponsored by global insurance group Aviva.

    Bringing together a network of world renowned leaders, policymakers and commentators, the A-List features a daily opinion piece from one of these opinion makers on and in all editions of the newspaper. The commentary is then debated by a response from related experts, and Financial Times readers are also able to participate by commenting online.

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