As a new standalone category in this year’s Amazon Growing Business Awards, we take a look at what Consumer Business of the Year will be aiming to uncover – assessing why the consumer space has become so attractive for entrepreneurs, investors and management teams across the board.
Amazon Growing Business Awards
There are only two weeks left to nominate for this year’s Amazon Growing Business Awards, where an exclusive judging panel will decide which companies are deserving of its illustrious prizes.
As Amazon continues to expand its cloud service offering, we caught up with Danilo Poccia, technical evangelist at Amazon Web Services, to gain an exclusive look at what the company has in store for its small business clients in the future.
Growth is the goal for many entrepreneurs but building a much bigger business is no easy feat. That's where the CFO comes in – and who better to discuss scaling a company than the head of finance from one of our 2015 Growing Business Awards finalists.
The 18th edition of the Growing Business Awards is now open for nominations and has signed up Amazon as lead sponsor.
With a new CEO at the helm and loans to consumers now surpassing £500m during the year, peer-to-peer finance provider Zopa has much to celebrate – not least the accolade of Growing Business of the Year: Smaller Company at the 2016 Growing Business Awards.
After his pop-up retail space firm, Appear Here, was awarded Young Company of The Year at the Growing Business Awards, Business Advice spoke to founder Ross Bailey about how he identified a gap in the market and moved in to disrupt the world of commercial property.
As the adoption of card payments continues to grow, NetPay has been there to support the transition. And with the company named 2015's business-to-business champion, MD Carl Churchill spoke with Real Business about how facing firms is done with innovation, ideas and feedback.
After having won the 2015 Growing Business Awards for large company of the year, we asked CEO David Hosking about his future growth plans for private equity-owned Tusker.
As the 2015 Growing Business Awards Entrepreneur of the Year, Steve Jackson has one of the most interesting and unique CVs you’re likely to come across, as Real Business found out when we spoke to the winner himself.
Since its founder’s idea for a detangling hairbrush was rejected on Dragon’s Den in 2007, Tangle Teezer has sold over twenty million of the product – and sales have grown from £1m to £30m.
Easel TV was crowned the Digital Champion at the Growing Business Awards and CEO Joe Foster has spoken with Real Business about the victory as well as the company's work on projects for the likes of Spotify and Virgin Media.