Reality TV show TOWIE (The Only Way Is Essex) conjures up certain pictures in people’s minds, but cast member Tommy Mallet is on course to change that with a fast-growth fashion firm that’s already gone global, Real Business heard in an interview.
Our After Exit series is putting selling my business examples in the spotlight – one of which saw Sports Direct leave an owner with decisions to make.
Concluding our After Exit mini-series, we hear how one leader opened a chain of business clubs after leaving an unpredictable marketplace behind.
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The founders of Candy Kittens, Jamie Laing and Ed Williams, joined Real Business for Black Cab Entrepreneurs, discussing how the business has progressed since raising £300,000 on Seedrs – and the “weird” decision they made after it.
In an interview with Real Business, David Lewis, MD of luxury yacht business Sunseeker London, insisted the firm doesn’t sell boats – it sells lifestyle.
When it comes to employees, Enterprise Rent-a-Car drives staff morale and retention by providing progression through a culture of training and internal promotions, Real Business has discovered.
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.
It’s been a wild start to 2017 and there is further change on the horizon, so the head of investments at venture capital firm Beringea has given us her thoughts on the economic upheaval, bringing unique insight as a UK-based American.
Staff welcome packs can feel like being read the riot act, so we’ve found the companies that have quite literally turned initiations on their head.
Young entrepreneur Luke Johnstone is the co-founder of smoothie business Pack’d, but finding his way to success meant living in a garden shed for two years.
Timothy Armoo has a world domination mission for his Snapchat-based advertising business Fanbytes, which the 21-year-old serial entrepreneur and computer scientist will achieve by fending off the competition – “old people”.
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.