Sir Gulam Noon, Britain’s so-called Curry King, tells the Times how he managed to escape from the under-siege Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai.
Former winner John Cauldwell is dishing out this award and in his little pre-award speech, he shares some rather passionate comments on the credit crunch.
In the Customer Excellence category, one company stood out, according to co-host William Hague.
Great speech from Theo Paphitis before he hands out this award; he recounts an event from a couple of weeks ago when he went to see a dear friend (a great entrepreneur) who was dying.
Hello and welcome to the Growing Business Awards!
The first gong is for New Product of the Year.
Aftershock founder Hiro Harjani says 2009 is going to be tough for India in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai and the ongoing liquidity crisis.
Ranjan Singh, the founder of UK internet start-up isango!, says the way India deals with the terror attacks in Mumbai will be crucial to ensuring the country remains attractive to foreign companies.
Sir Alan Sugar is flying the flag for apprenticeships in a new government TV advertising campaign.
As the days grow shorter, your employees will be spending less and less time in daylight. This can lead to decreased productivity, winter blues, or even SAD.
That Richard Lambert is a funny chap…
Real Business agony uncle Martin Dunne is the answer to all your accounting woes. Each week he will tackle another problem faced by entrepreneurs. This week: the 2.5 per cent VAT cut: should you pass it on to your customers?