“If we’re successful, people leave,” says Jason Stockwood, MD of Match.com. “That’s a tough business model”
They started out selling their home-made chutney to the WI and school fetes. Now two mums-turned-mavericks have clinched a big-bucks deal with Waitrose to supply their luxury range of Anglo-Indian sauces.
The Working Knowledge Group has decided to adopt a business franchise model in order to grow its offering.
Gordon Boyd has resigned as FD of Drax, the UK power generator.
Four years ago, Oliver Cookson identified a niche in the sports nutrition market so he bought a book about how to make a website and started his internet business, myprotein.co.uk.
PR entrepreneur Jay O’Connor, now the managing director of European operations for Racepoint Group, has some tips on appointing a PR consultant that’s right for your business.
The Listening Company must be doing something right; CEO and entrepreneur Neville Upton says during the past four years not one of his 27 project managers has left.
Congratulations to Phil Orford who’s been appointed CEO of the Forum of Private Business.
Chancellor Alistair Darling and Green Mayoral candidate Sian Berry join Real Business Women of the Future Economic Empowerment Summit.
When Lianne Miller launched the Young & Pure range in 2006, the ex-business consultant knew nothing about skincare. Now her teen toiletry business is looking at a £1m-turnover in its second year.
The majority of SMEs are missing out on big cost savings through their lack of awareness of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) regulations.