First Noel Edmonds launched his cosmic ordering app, now Jamie Oliver is nabbing his piece of the celebrity iPhone app pie with “20 Minute Meals”, an iPhone app that shows you how to cook quick, tasty meals – Jamie Oliver-style.
In August 2008, three university friends – Peter Janes, Paul Stewart and Charlie Cooper – launched their sports entertainment website Sportpost.com. But just two months later, a tragic accident threatened to scupper their plans for the business. Here’s how they pulled their startup back from the brink.
It seems Blighty can’t get enough of Richard Branson. Just a month after Real Business sang his praises in our September issue, calling him “the poster boy for entrepreneurship in Britain”, Richard Branson has been voted Britain’s most popular business guru.
Remember when hundreds of thousands of Wispa fans petitioned Cadbury to bring back the iconic chocolate bar? Social networks were inundated with comments and the chocolate company re-released the candy to record sales. Now, Polaroid is getting a taste of consumer power after announcing plans to discontinue the instant film camera.
Following the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester last week, founder of ANS Group Scott Fletcher slams both parties for their woeful level of attention to technology and calls on government to make innovation a priority.
Massive row with Second-in-Charge over absolutely nothing.
It’s a fairly draconian line: Apple routinely rejects iPhone applications that contain nudity. But one iPhone app has slipped through the net.
How do we rebuild the country in the wake of the worst recession since World War II? We empower women. And Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, CEO, Real Business columnist and public speaker, tells us exactly how to do it.
The 4Networking founder asks the all-important question: why are you running your business? Are you doing it for the money, the respect, or just for the love? Brad Burton gives his reasons for being an entrepreneur and gives himself a little pep talk in the process.
Responsibletravel.com has announced today that it plans to remove the facility for its customers to offset carbon emissions via its website. The company was among the first travel organisations to introduce carbon offsets in early 2002, and is now one of the first to remove them for environmental reasons.