Luxury holiday home group Park Leisure has packed up a £103m investment as the business embarks on new growth amid a CEO change.
There’s no question that these are exciting times for business travel trends – both for travel businesses and business travellers.
His mother wasn’t impressed at the time, but James Davis’ purchase of a house, before finding a job after leaving university, has created him a property market gold mine.
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is soon released as a live-action adaptation, so travel business HomeAway has made a majestic marketing move to mark the return of the romantic fantasy musical.
Richard Upshall has his fingers in various pies, the most significant of which is the oil industry. And while he admits his fair share of losses along the way, he’s now helped turn a number of people into millionaires.
Charlie Mullins is the epitome of self-made. Having gone from skipping school to apprentice to then open Pimlico Plumbers, the business has a £30m turnover, which has given him the keys to the good life.
The doors of the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium aren’t set to open until August 2018, but Real Business received an early look at the future White Hart Lane via virtual reality.
London-based football team Tottenham Hotspur FC is in the process of an incredible transformation, and Real Business was invited to White Hart Lane to speak with the directors about the new stadium and how local SMEs will prosper.
CitySuites is a business travel brand so new it hasn’t opened its doors to customers yet, but the Northern Powerhouse firm is confident its combination of hotel luxury with home comforts will be a success.
They say a car can tell you a lot about a person – so Real Business spoke to five SME owners to see what insight we could glean from their wonderful cars.
The Royal Albert Hall has made a Grand Tier Box available for purchase for the first time in almost ten years, which has been described as a sound alternative investment.
You win The Apprentice, secure Alan Sugar as a business partner and start scaling your firm – but what do you do with the money outside of the office?