When the going gets tough, the tough start laughing…
Dom Maguire’s youngest son joined the family business – Anderson Maguire Funeral Directors – four years ago, but the two rarely work together.
The bloggers have been active in their reviews of The Apprentice
Grant Bovey’s buy-to-let business is in the eye of the storm. Here, the entrepreneur behind Imagine Homes (and Anthea Turner’s other half) tells us why the economic crisis is only going to get worse.
Yes, you heard me right. Just happened upon this gem of a blog…
Sir Ronald Cohen, the doyen of British venture capitalism and chairman of Bridges Community Ventures, says "outstanding firms" are those that put something back into society.
Vanessa Phillips has built a very successful business using an extremely simple piece of technology – digital sound files. Today she employs 250 typists who transcribe dictaphone recordings for 350 clients.
Resin Surfaces managing director Ivy Wroe admits she took her company back a few years when she changed the sales structure but says it’s been worth it.
I got chatting to Oli Barrett, CEO of Connected Capital, at our Entrepreneurs’ Summit we held on Tuesday this week at the London Marriott, Grosvenor Square. (A smashing success if I might say so myself).
Anna Venturi started running cookery classes for ‘ladies who lunch’ from her own kitchen in Buckinghamshire in 1993. Since then, however, she’s written a book, appeared on TV and, alongside her daughter Letizia, is the founder of Venturi’s Table.
If franchising was karate, here’s one young entrepreneur with a black belt.
As a panel debate between Sir Ronald Cohen, Steve Leach, Grant Bovey, Kevin Matthews and Gary Dutton drew to a close at the 2008 Entrepreneurs’ Summit held on Tuesday, the gents started chatting about the exact meaning of the word ‘entrepreneur’.