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.
Real Business catches up with Digital Marketing mogul and Liverpool business leader, Anthony O’Brien to find out what makes his business stand-out above the rest, how he has dealt with the challenges of the pandemic and where he sees the company going within the next decade.
Real Business talks to one-woman-wonder, entrepreneur and PR expert Lauren Lunn Farrow. Lauren worked in Celebrity PR for 17 years with clients and brands including Lorraine Kelly, NBC Universal, Fake Bake, The Health Lottery, Sharon Osbourne, HRVY and Kelly Osbourne. Now she runs The Expert Agency looking after trusted experts and voices.
Would you walk away from a high-paying job, move country with your young family and start a brand-new venture from the ground up during a global pandemic? Perhaps not, but that?s exactly what Laurence Brannigan did in summer 2020. And his crazy notion is paying off.
“Why are we attacked for making money?? Female millionaires anger at receiving hateful messages after sharing their success online. The main reason could be societal taboos around exploring our feelings about money and female financial freedom.?
Beating an addiction isn’t easy. For Jack Symons, gambling was his vice. Overcoming his addiction led to him founding a revolutionary app, Gamban. Here’s his business story.
Jenny Vadasz, owner of Aspire Accounts, encourages clients to take risks. Not your usual accountant, she recommends her SME clients jump off a cliff. And her unusual methods pay dividends.
Small business leaders share the trends that have emerged in their markets in 2020, how they’ve innovated to stay ahead and what they’re doing to prepare for 2021.
With businesses around the globe having to close their offices and adapt to remote working, we talk to commercial property experts to find out what impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on commercial property values.
Groubook: East Midlands businessman?Bradley Gough launches a business during the pandemic in the hospitality sector despite devastation in industry.