We talk to Charlie Bigham about his inspirations in business, and find out if there’s anything he would have done differently given the chance
We talk to Sally Gunnell ahead of Rio 2016 to see what she thinks the similarities are between sport and business, why it’s important to set goals, and find out what advice she would give to someone just starting out.
2006 saw a wealth of new brands, products and businesses flood their respective markets. But now, 10 years on, we look at who the victors of the class of 2006 were…
As part of the Connected Cities Mission organised by UKTI and Innovate UK Richard Howells of Bronzelabs travelled to Malaysia to connect with Malaysian companies, academics and government departments.
Jordan Daykin left school without any qualifications. But that didn’t stop him setting up his own business, impressing the Dragons, and growing the company to a £10M valuation
Most of the UK have watched the apprentice at some point, including myself, in fact I write a column on it every week! So when the opportunity arose to interview a previous winner I couldn’t resist finding out what had become of them in their business life once the cameras stopped rolling.
We talk to Ed Relf, the Co-founder and CEO of Laundrapp, a dry cleaning and laundry app, about how start-ups can avoid being a ‘flash in the pan’ and have a little bit longer than 15 minutes of fame.
A religious leader has set out to create a sex toy store that God would approve of, and given its global sales he seems to have hit the spot.
Kerim Derhalli talks to Business Matters about invstr, the app that makes financial markets easier to understand and investing more social than ever before.