Fresh out of university, he was made a director of his father’s family business. Now he’s running a £5m-turnover beauty products firm. Here, 30-year-old Simon Tate gives budding young entrepreneurs his seven top tips.
When it comes to Gordon Brown’s government, there’s one thing most entrepreneurs agree on: they’re not a massive fan.
John Williamson has left his position as CFO of Payzone
Beware the London cabbie. In between negotiating the London traffic and bantering about the football results, he may just be trying to flog you a trip to Thailand.
Congratulations to KPMG Newcastle senior partner Richard Bottomley, who’s become president of the North East Chamber of Commerce.
The key HR steps to successfully laying off staff. Plus: what to do about employees and Facebook.
Richard Amos has been appointed FD of IT and business process service provider Agilisys.
If you don’t protect your data, you can wave goodbye to your business. But information security entrepreneur Stephen Hall warns there’s more to data protection than you think.
After receiving 100 blog postings and making it to the top of Google’s search rankings for “reputation management” within 24 hours of launching his company’s website, Andrew Jordan, chairman of Reputica, knew his company was hitting a sweet spot.
James Robinson has resigned as FD of Delling Group, a marketing support services group listed on AIM but with its principal assets in Scandinavia.
When Justin Francis set up responsibletravel.com in 2001, it was the first eco-travel company of its kind. It was also a dotcom in the wake of the crash. So just how did this fledgling company end up reinventing the tourism industry?
Like a dog with a bone, like a kid with a scab, Real Business just can’t leave this one alone.