Leanne Carling and daughter Blaire meeting HRH The Queen at JDRF charity event in London

Scottish fundraiser attends charity event alongside The Queen

Leanne Carling was invited alongside The Queen and the former Prime Minister Theresa May to tour the of University College London’s (UCL) facilities and to learn more about pioneering work that’s being undertaken.

Get comfortable being uncomfortable

For me, my biggest growth happens when I’m furthest away from where I’m comfortable, it’s still painful sometimes, and from time-to-time I need to be held accountable, but I’m comfortable being uncomfortable, cos I know that’s where the magic happens.

business woman, leanne carling standing beside words that read 'working with my husband is our superpower'

Working with my husband is our superpower

Working with your significant other can be challenging, we are each other’s fiercest critics, but always each other’s biggest supporters.

ChatGPT admits AI no match for human expertise in M&A sector

As our businesses continue to integrate AI systems to drive efficiency, accuracy, and capacity, I asked OpenAI’s industry leading chatbot, ChatGPT, if AI could help the M&A sector, here’s the response…(spoiler alert) it looks like i’ll be keeping my job for now!

Why is the Spanish healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors a key investment market for The Carling Group?

The Carling Group’s interest in the Spanish healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors has been widely publicised and by working with expert regional partners, the group has identified several business and investment opportunities within the healthcare and pharmaceutical market.

Husband and wife team complete Mount Everest Climb for a Cure challenge for JDRF

British couple Graeme and Leanne Carling have successfully completed their Mount Everest Climb for a Cure challenge, arriving at Base Camp Everest yesterday afternoon following a gruelling 8-day journey up the Himalayas.

What has happened in the M&A market in the UAE over the past three years?

Dubai has been a hub for corporate acquisitions in recent years. Several notable acquisitions have taken place in the last three years in Dubai, indicating a strong acquisitions market in the city.

Graeme and Leanne Carling Climb for a Cure: The Everest Diaries – Day 8 We did it!

Day 8…we did it! On our eighth day of our charity challenge, it was an early start at 5.45am to make our final trek from Lebouce to Base Camp Everest. After hiking for 8 – 10 hours a day for the past week, we were determined to reach our final destination.

Graeme and Leanne Carling Climb for a Cure: The Everest Diaries – Day 7

Day 7…that was tough!

On the seventh day of our trek to Base Camp, we embarked on the most challenging hike from Debouce to Lebouce. Breathing is becoming increasingly laboured as the air continues to thin. The journey however, was filled with more stunning views of the Himalayas and encounters with friendly locals and fellow hikers.

The ever-adapting UAE – Shifting the working culture

Dubai’s working culture has undergone significant changes in recent years, aligning more closely with Western markets. One significant change is the introduction of a more liberal legal framework to encourage foreign investment and businesses. The government of Dubai has implemented a series of economic policies that have shaped its working culture, including relaxed visa regulations, tax incentives, and attractive investment opportunities.