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And here they are – the final four on our list of enterprise champions of Britain: Angels, Suralan, Shell and the poster boy of British entrepreneurship. Who else has featured on the list? Click here to find out.
We start the week with the penultimate batch of Britain’s entrepreneurial heroes. And who’s on the list today? Lastminute.com’s Brent Hoberman, Lord Drayson and the Federation of Small Business’s Stephen Alambritis. Check out Friday’s list here.
And so our list of entrepreneurial heroes grows. Making up today’s instalment of our "Champions of entrepreneurial Britain" feature are social entrepreneur Charlotte Young, founder of the Fredericks Foundation Paul Barry-Walsh, Octopus Ventures and other select investors and the Consortium of University Entrepreneurs. See yesterday’s champions here.
The Dragons. Entrepreneur-academics. British Library. David Irwin. Another day, another batch of entrepreneurial patrons. Who was under the spotlight yesterday? Click here to find out.
Today, Real Business salutes director-general of the IoD Miles Templeman, Ariadne Capital’s Julie Meyer, Stelios and the Oxford Investment Opportunity Network. Who made yesterday’s list? Click here to find out.
On today’s list of Britain’s enterprise heroes: Big Issue founders Nigel Kershaw and John bird, Ronald Cohen of Apax Partners, Dragon Peter Jones and director-general of the CBI Richard Lambert. See who featured on yesterday’s list here.
Every day this week, Real Business is honouring the heroes of enterprise in Britain; those people and organisations promoting, supporting and celebrating the drive for economic recovery through entrepreneurial endeavour. Today’s champions: Allan Gibb, Prince Charles and Make Your Mark
The man who brought us catwalk fashion for bargain basement prices – Arthur Ryan – is stepping down as CEO of Primark, which he founded in 1969.
Under-siege communications firm Spinvox is reportedly for sale, according to a note from one of its investors.
Retail and recession may not go hand-in-hand but tell that to Sir Philip Green. His Topman Oxford Street store is expanding later this month to a massive 23,000 square feet of menswear.