Martin McCourt has taken on the role of chairman at hospitality tableware provider Dudson and Real Business sought to find out what strategies he’s put in place to help the company grow.
In 2014, Oxfam anointed the Netherlands “healthiest country in the world”. And while the title has since changed hands – to Singapore in 2015 – the nation never strays from the top ten ranking. This is in large part due to healthy eating.
After PayPal revealed SMEs were benefitting from the weak pound to grow online exports, Real Business spoke with the company’s MD, Mark Brant, for further details.
Beacon Asset Finance’s MD tells Real Business how he hopes the government’s new industrial strategy can address connectivity issues in rural areas as slow speeds can ensure business grinds to a stop.
The role of chief financial officer has gone through some major changes since its inception, making the transition from CFO to country manager easier, according to Hoist Finance’s Julian Winfield.
What would you talk about if your conversation with someone was steered away from business? Rhinos – that’s according to entrepreneur Vinnie Morgan.
We’re nearing the end of our unusual hobbies series – but not before we introduce Cloudview co-founder James Wickes and his flock of 50 sheep.
On a mission to uncover the unique hobbies of entrepreneurs, Real Business came across Rashid Ajami, who is known for far more than just the creation of online platform Campus Society. He has mad DJ skills.
Our search for unusual hobbies led us to street photographer Emmanuel Nataf and mixologist Ricardo Fayet, both of which dedicated time outside of work to “upgrading their respective skills”.
Johnny Wallbridge told Real Business how being passionate about his hobby led to the creation of yakwax.com.
Chakra meditation is not just “one more thing to do”, SmartPA co-founder Sarra Bejaoui told Real Business as part of a short series on unique hobbies.
While TV series such as Westworld have let us grow accustomed to depictions of cyborg rebellion, we still relegate such fiction-based technology horrors to the impossible bin.