Rapid Mobile Media chief executive Jeremy Copp believes no company is too small to have to worry about strong corporate governance.
What words can do justice to such a night…
Jonathan Whittle has turned his back on university, instead deciding to launch Maggleit.com – a website that aims to change the way people buy and sell products.
VirtualGym founder Richard Davis weighs up how best to snare wannabe fitness freaks outside the UK.
Energy management and usage has been marginalised by the board room despite the obvious benefits to the bottom line. Sitting either with procurement or CSR (or sometimes both) the approach by most businesses to energy consumption and usage is tactical at best.
Wolseley, the world’s largest plumbing supplies firm, yesterday announced a 30 per cent drop in pre-tax profits and is expected to cull hundreds of jobs, as the housing slump hits demand for repairs. So has come entrepreneur plumber Charlie Mullins is announcing bumper sales?
David Kingsnorth has been appointed finance director of Transdermal Cosmetics.
Fru Hazlitt, one of the most entertaining speakers at our recent Women of the Future Economic Empowerment Summit, is to leave radio group GCap.
Elisabeth M, founder of Shine, is taking her TV business in interesting new directions.
OB10, a £4m-turnover e-invoicing company, opened an office in Kuala Lumpur a year and half ago. Matthew Hammond is the general manager charged with keeping the business on the rails – despite the best efforts of the elements.
The entrepreneur behind the British company that installed the Champions League final pitch in Moscow says there were no problems when the turf went down but admits the “proof will be in the pudding”.
Andrew Langford, group finance director of FBD Holdings, has been appointed chief executive of the insurance and financial services organisation.