As part of our Black Cabs Entrepreneurs series, we meet with Oliver Lowrie, co-founder of innovative, tech driven architectural firm, Ackroyd Lowrie.
The founder and managing director of Wicked Vision joins Real Business at the back of a cab to talk about the toy industry – and his aim to get kids playing outside again.
Entry to, and victory on, The Apprentice is tough as entrepreneurs battle for success. So why has 2015 winner Joseph Valente decided to fly solo? He explained his goals to Real Business during a Black Cab Entrepreneurs ride.
The daily commute can be of long or short proportions, but one thing stays the same: it saps our motivation even before we reach the office. So what’s a co-founder to do to keep his spirits up? Fanbytes’ Timothy Armoo explains.
Anna Frankowska is a pro when it comes to planning a night out, as proved with her party app Nightset, but one university deemed it “too laddish” and invoked a ban – a move that worked in her favour.
Since its launch in 2012, San Francisco-based precommerce platform Teespring has transformed entirely to become a business with over half a billion dollars in funding from VC giants.
We’ve all had our share of unique jobs, but possibly topping most experiences is being hired to protect a horse from Glastonbury festival revellers. James Cadbury, founder of Love Cocoa, unveils his one-time strange job to Real Business.
Entrepreneurs can often be viewed as an overnight success, but it took a while for event ticketing platform FIXR to find its feet – and when it did, the turnaround took just 15 minutes.
Despite having a background in engineering, Siddhi Mehta decided to fill a gap in the market – and people’s stomachs – by creating a healthy snack business and forging a path as a food entrepreneur.
Clive Jackson, CEO and founder of on-demand private jet service Victor, took time away from the luxury of flight and joined us on the ground for our latest Black Cab Entrepreneurs interview.
In just five years since launch, PR agency FieldHouse Associates has grown from a one-person outfit to a focused firm with royalty among clientele.
The founders of Candy Kittens, Jamie Laing and Ed Williams, joined Real Business for Black Cab Entrepreneurs, discussing how the business has progressed since raising £300,000 on Seedrs – and the “weird” decision they made after it.