Sir Ronald Cohen, the chairman of Bridges Ventures and co-founder of private equity firm Apax Partners, has taken to the stage, the second key-note speaker of the summit.
Fresh from filming in Pinewood Studios, Caan tells the Entrepreneurs’ Summit about his funniest pitch to date.
"To survive a credit crunch, you’ve got to cut down on your outgoings," says Dragon, Caan. "That means your office space."
The entrepreneur behind the congestion charge discusses entrepreneurialism, education and philanthropy.
Real Business can reveal that the BBC is to air a new-concept business programme in September, in which entrepreneurs have to start again from scratch. One young entrepreneur, Dan McGuire, has already turned down the opportunity to appear.
The director-general of the CBI speaks at Real Business’ second Entrepreneurs’ Summit event. The theme this year – How risk-takers can be winners in 2008.
Behind the scenes at The Entrepreneurs’ Summit, manufacturing tycoon Gary Dutton reveals why he turned down a chance to appear on the small screen.
The first panel discussion at the Entrepreneurs’ Summit kicks off with Grant Bovey, Steve Leach, Gary Dutton, Kevin Matthews and Ronald Cohen.
Doug Richard, founder of Library House and, more recently, CEO of his new start-up Trutap, started off his discussion at the Entrepreneurs’ Summit with a rather scathing reaction to James Caan’s "condescending" attitude towards the audience: "I could have sworn I was in a room of adults."
Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform John Hutton told the Entrepreneurs’ Summit that business and government should help to bring young offenders "back into the mainstream."
When Steak Media founder Oliver Bishop bumped into Chancellor Alistair Darling at an event, he decided to quiz him about the hike in capital gains tax. And he wasn’t very impressed with the response.
Running a business from home has opened up a new "virtual" world for Peter Dunkley.