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.
The Christmas period is the ideal time to reevaluate your charitable policy(s), including thinking about how you can develop as a leader in the process.
He?s held roles at businesses including Thomas Cook, Homeserve and Wonga, but now Russell Gould has picked his next challenge ? disrupting the private rental property sector.
Serial entrepreneur Faisal Butt explains why he has backed property management company POD alongside James Caan, a fellow business builder and former Dragons? Den investor.
She?s built a nail brand which now sells over five million units a year, but Thea Green still doesn?t think she?s made it. Real Business caught up with the entrepreneur to break down her story.
British Land?s Joff Sharpe tackles the issue of small business productivity, with internet issues and general admin being a chief concern around the UK.
When it comes to partners in crime prevention, Simon Gordon and Nick Fisher are two names to keep on the watch list. Real Business went to get some help with its enquiries.
As a former Grandmaster of Memory, Ed Cooke has used his passion to start a business, Memrise, and joins Founders Diaries to share his experiences.
Clothes2order MD Michael Conway was invited to travel to Richard Branson?s Necker Island for five days to soak up sun, sea, and valuable business advice from the Virgin founder himself.
Entrepreneur Lauren Hine explains the decision behind closing down her company Zealify, revealing how the lengthly sales process was a big problem.
Choosing to start a business of your own is not a decision that is made overnight, especially if you have experienced considerable success within an already established company.
Starting a business that would one day go on to achieve a gross transaction value of £450m and net revenue of £25m around the time of the dot.com boom, entrepreneur Dale Murray has a story with as many twists and turns as a Stephen King thriller.