Describing it as a classic “business banana skin”, Ed Reeves explains why British employment law has caused him to get a bit of a bee in his bonnet.
Author Ed Reeves
An event Ed Reeves attended this month made him feel rather reflective. It forced him to stop and think about being an entrepreneur and how he and his sister came to own Moneypenny – what it’s done to him and how he’s changed.
When Moneypenny headquarters began bursting at the seams, Ed Reeves decided the time was right for an office move – and made clever use of his 500 staff.
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Ed Reeves and his business, Moneypenny, have just moved into a new office, the first in a series of growth moves that will be covered in Founders Diaries.