Kate Bassett

Features editor

Kate has been a business journalist for the past 14 years, editing Real Business magazine and writing for The Times, The Guardian and The Financial Times. At MT, you'll find her interviewing business big shots and entrepreneurs, commissioning columnists and running MT's Inspiring Women event.

Antonia Romeo: "Leaders can't have bad days"

Antonia Romeo: "Leaders can't have bad days"

Think about the shadow you cast as a leader, says the Permanent Secretary at the Department for International Trade.

Stuart Rose: "Being CEO isn't the be-all and end-all. It's exhausting"

Stuart Rose: "Being CEO isn't the be-all and end-all. It's exhausting"

The former CEO of M&S on growing up in a caravan, de-stressing and the difference between business and politics.

The best cities for female entrepreneurs

The best cities for female entrepreneurs

How 50 cities scored on supporting female founders.

35 Women Under 35 2019: The female millennials building a more empowered, equal world

35 Women Under 35 2019: The female millennials building a more empowered, equal world

These women aren't waiting for gender equality - they're making it happen themselves.

Agents of Change power list 2019

Agents of Change power list 2019

We reveal the army of male business leaders who are fighting for a more equal workplace.

"You can achieve great things if you don't care who gets the credit"

"You can achieve great things if you don't care who gets the credit"

Shona McCarthy, CEO of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, on public failure, Brexit and calling yourself a leader.

Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale: "I had to tell older men 'no'"

Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale: "I had to tell older men 'no'"

Kezia Dugdale, who powered up the political ranks to become leader of the Scottish Labour Party, tells us about coming out, stepping down and battling Brexit.

35 Women Under 35 2019: Nominations open

35 Women Under 35 2019: Nominations open

Management Today's 35 Women Under 35 showcases Britain's top young businesswomen. Here's how you can appear on this year's list.

Jo Swinson: "As a nation, we've regressed"

Jo Swinson: "As a nation, we've regressed"

Jo Swinson brought us shared parental leave and gender pay gap reporting. The deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats shares her views on Brexit, battles and breaking the mould.

How sales innovation helped tech unicorn Darktrace crack Asia

How sales innovation helped tech unicorn Darktrace crack Asia

ONE MINUTE BRIEFING: Cybersecurity entrepreneur Poppy Gustafsson explains how a decision to challenge sector norms helped to accelerate growth.