In just five years since launch, PR agency FieldHouse Associates has grown from a one-person outfit to a focused firm with royalty among clientele.
Charles Weaving has come a long since earning seven pence an hour as a dish washer, now in possession of Dubai-based private equity firm Foxhole Holdings.
British bakery chain Greggs has created a new senior position to help shape the direction of the company, Real Business was told, as it seeks to dominate the food-on-the-go market.
Amidst a Spring Budget u-turn and Article 50 getting triggered in the past month, there have been several economic developments that SMEs have had to embrace.
Five million businesses now actively advertise on Facebook, prompting the social network to mark the milestone with additional support for SMEs.
Ten years have passed since SB.TV was launched by Jamal Edwards and Real Business sat down with the entertainment entrepreneur backstage at the Sage Summit, where he revealed US growth, movie projects and more are on the way.
Multi-millionaire Rob Moore is able to live the high life now as a property entrepreneur, but he had a humble beginning to business as a struggling artist.
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.
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.