From TV-host to Author turned Cook, Real Business catches up with Capri Cafaro on why she is empowering entrepreneurs through her female equality activism and the importance of food for creating unity. The former Ohio State Senator explains the significance of food during her time in government, frequently leading to productive conversations while reaching over the political aisle.
Over the past year, we have had so much time to confront deeply rooted habits and make small changes to our lifestyles that benefit our health and wellbeing. One of the main ones: moderating our alcohol intake. Real Business had the opportunity to sit down with CEO of Lucky Saint, Luke Boase, to talk about how his company’s non-alcoholic beer is shaking up the drinking industry.
Talent Agent, Jessica Henig talks with Real Business about starting up an SME in a $2.3 billion dollar industry, unlocking the dreams of young influencers, and why TikTok is changing the future of marketing.
Flexibility is often a key asset in the world of business and in unprecedented times, it can be the difference between sinking or swimming. So, when a thriving opportunity presented itself to businessman Jani Moran, he stepped into a completely new market and threw his support behind a world changing product.
Founder of Figment Agency, Entrepreneur and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) guru, Steve Grant talks to Real Business about knocking on the doors of Penny Lane business owners in the 90s, how a life-changing trauma has given him a new approach to business management, and why it’s crucial for SMEs to start focusing on their SEO strategies.
Real Business talked with Unsah Malik, leading social media expert and 5-star rated author, about breaking into cut-throat industries, thriving in self-employed life, and maintaining a positive attitude amidst the toxicity of social media.
The award-winning hypnotherapist and business owner, Jessica Boston talks with Real Business on prioritising her vision, building a brand under her terms, and how her love for music has presented new ventures.
Karen J Gerrard’s hand care empire has made her brand, SEAMS, a favourite among sewers and craftspeople throughout the UK – now recognised in the country’s most reputable newspapers and lifestyle magazines as a top pick hand care cream. Here, she talks about the road to SEAMS, life as an entrepreneur and why she is motivated being a woman in business.