The winners of the 2010 NatWest everywoman Awards, which recognise the success of the UK’s most inspirational female business owners, have been announced at a glittering lunch in London at the eighth annual award ceremony. celebrates successful entrepreneurs who are playing their part in helping to pull the UK out of recession and acting as inspirational role models for the next generation of aspiring business women.
We talk to Mark Mason, the CEO of one of the leading smartphone app developers in the UK Mubaloo. Here he discusses what it is like to head up a business in this new and fast moving sector.
Business start-ups in the South West of England have a new opportunity to obtain angel investment in the form of Horatio Investments, the new £20m privately backed investment vehicle based in Glastonbury, Somerset.
A leading London homelessness charity, Broadway is to launch “Homes For Phones” next month, an innovative campaign which will encourage people and businesses to donate their unwanted mobile phones to the charity to raise much needed funds.
Last night The Apprentice went international with the teams travelling to Germany for a crisp selling task. So how did they do? How was going to end being told that they were to be gebrannt!
We caught up with Patrick Averies, who heads up one of the UK’s leading pawnbroking companies, which is leading the charge in the change of the much maligned and frowned upon sector and in turn seeing a huge increase in business as banks are lending less.
You’ve got great plans for your business, fabulous ideas for new products or services, a marketing strategy that just can’t fail – and yet despite your best intentions you haven’t actioned any of them.
A young entrepreneur who was inspired by his ill grandfather to create something that would help keep dementia patients mentally active has become the winner of Britain’s biggest business competition.
Veuve Clicquot opens it’s Business Woman of the Year Award to find the next Anita Roddick or Martha Lane-Fox.