Since its founder’s idea for a detangling hairbrush was rejected on Dragon’s Den in 2007, Tangle Teezer has sold over twenty million of the product – and sales have grown from £1m to £30m.
The benefits of an Executive MBA (EMBA) on the individual graduate are often talked about but there is another party reaping its rewards – the employer.
News that celebrity chef-come-businessman Jamie Oliver is set close the last of his Recipease sites, alongside growing consternation among staff at his Jamie’s Italian chain, begs the question: is the sun beginning to set on his brand’s appeal?
Easel TV was crowned the Digital Champion at the Growing Business Awards and CEO Joe Foster has spoken with Real Business about the victory as well as the company's work on projects for the likes of Spotify and Virgin Media.
Have you found it increasingly difficult to attract and recruit "good" staff? Good in this sense being employees that perform their role well, fit in with company culture and maintain excellent business etiquette?
By concentrating on local, contained growth and running with a simple idea based on a wealth of veterinary experience, husband and wife team Daniel and Kirsty Forster have hit upon success with their concept The Mobile Vet – an innovative mobile veterinary practice based on the Isle of Wight.
A year after GripIt Fixings founder Jordan Daykin became one of the youngest ever competitors on Dragons' Den to secure investment, he reveals how the business has grown.
Following on from previous Everline Future 50 profiles, we hear from Adam Tavener, chairman of Clifton Asset Management, about his success as an entrepreneur, challenges he has encountered and advice he has for other companies.
Having featured companies such as Secret Escapes, Funding Circle and TransferWise in year one of operations, Real Business is once again on the hunt for the companies disrupting stagnant UK industries in a big way.
The UK, it seems, ranks ninth in the world for quite a few things, including its competitiveness and the performance of its economy.
easyProperty, the online estate agent harnessing the easyGroup brand created by easyJet founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou, has secured a £25m investment to grow its operation by snatching market share from traditional high street firms.
In the latest in our new series of legal features, Russell Hallam, managing partner at Turbervilles Solicitors, writes about the importance of safeguarding one’s business and finances should adversity strike.