Priding himself on being unconventional and doing things the ‘wrong way round’, Bertie Stephens and Flubit.com are on their to becoming one of the UK’s largest online marketplaces.
We talk to John Campbell, Landlord of the Haven Arms Pub in London to find out how the Governments Do More Online Campaign helped this local business.
We talk to Sandy Ruddock, co-founder & MD Scarlett & Mustard to find out how the business has grown from a table outside their house to being stocked by major retailers.
Lonetree Cards explain how they went from a startup created with just £10,000 from the founders savings to being stocking at Tate Britain, Liberty of London and as far afield as Canada and Australia.
We talk to Diane Hannah of the The Herdy Company to find out how their love of Scandinavian style and the Lake District’s little Herdwick sheep led to the creation of The Herdy Company.
We talk to Dr Jim Shaikh, CEO of Yoomi, to find out how sleepless nights and meetings in The British Library led to the creation of Yoomi.
We talk to Peter Hare of Hare & Humphreys to find out how he went from accountancy to decoration, arts and conservation.
The public vote for the GREAT Faces of British Business competition is now open, following the shortlist announcement this week with the top business set to win £30,000 worth of government support.
Andrew Ramroop OBE tells us the story of his Saville Row tailoring business and support from the UKTI has helped his plans to export the British name yo foreign shores.