Group buying. Social shopping. Online vouchers. This is the next retail revolution. And Mark Pearson is leading it.

Real Business spring 2011

What's inside?

  • Marked Man: Young. Aggressive. Hugely successful. Meet voucher-code whizzkid Mark Pearson.
  • Small fish seeks big fry: You need experience and contacts. You're thinking of hiring someone who's been on the board of a FTSE 100 company. Perfect match or personality clash?
  • Q&A with Trade Minister Lord Stephen Green.
  • Britain's ten most promising spin-outs.
  • India emerging: Bureaucratic, crowded and corrupt? Or enterprising and full of opportunity? We investigate.
  • Tractor factor: Tim Mead of dairy firm Yeo Valley gives us the lowdown on his first ever advertising campaign.

And much more...

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