Ros Rathouse founded her cookery school, aptly named "Cookery School" six years ago. She started out offering classes to individuals and groups and now offers a bespoke corporate training proramme for SMEs and big brands: problem-solving through cooking.
Prezzybox.com managing director Zak Edwards loves bad weather. Orders at his online gift business in July were up 26 per cent on last year’s figures, as parents turned to the website to help them find gadgets and gizmos to occupy their children during the rain-sodden summer holidays.
My business was originally split into two – a furniture finishing business and a cabinet makers. We merged the two on paper but seemingly failed to do so in culture.
What have British comedian Ronnie Corbett, actress Hermione Norris and half the cast of popular British TV show Last of the Summer Wine got in common? They have all been stunt-doubled by Riky Ash. His business, Falling For You, has been running for 14 years, with Ash accumulating more than 350 television and film credits.
Cath Kidston, the soft-spoken founder of the eponymous home furnishings brand, has weathered the recession rather better than most high street brands. Here’s why Cath Kidston’s chinzy designs and old fashioned patterns are flying off the shelves.
When Domino’s Pizza signed a three-year sponsorship deal with TV phenomenon Britain’s Got Talent, online takeaway service Just-Eat only had the funds to run small advertising campaigns. Until now.