As a longstanding software company – Oyster Bay has been running since the 80s – it is important to keep up with changing technology.
Beauty Kitchen is the new brand that aims to be both organic and exciting. We caught up with founder Jo Chidley to find out more.
Office Pantry is a business designed to keep workers’ hunger at bay. It offers all kinds of snacks, from fruit to jerky, and this year it is focusing on a Friday night drinks package.
Having used 2016 to pivot into virtual reality, we caught up with Steadishot to see how the firm’s background gives it an edge in a growth industry.
Kirsty Taylor made the bold decision to launch her business in 2009, when the country was still in the middle of a recession. We caught up with her to find out how she got her business to grow in troubling times.
In 2011 Murdo McLeod had the idea for an events company offering pop-up bars for people hosting Come Dine With Me-style dinner parties that would offer the standards of a top cocktail bar without the need for them to dash around serving drinks to their guests.
Having played football professionally for 20 years, Kenny Arthur went back into education when he left sports behind. The former goalkeeper spoke with Real Business about taking his passion for the game into the manufacturing industry.
Life as an entrepreneur often means long days and unique experiences. And for Clive Bonny, the owner of business consultancy Strategic Management Partners (SMP), it meant going above and beyond to enter an incubator on behalf of a client – which had a life-changing outcome.
What are human factors? If you don’t know, you’re not alone – they’re the cause of 80 per cent of incidents in the workplace. Real Business spoke with Neil Clark, founder of Integrated Human Factors (IHF), about how he applied his experience in the Royal Air Force and engineering to clients like the NHS.
We can all remember that London won the fierce bid for the Olympics 2012, an event that saw the UK unite. Design is a key weapon of such a crusade and Brand Oath is the British branding startup that went from arming global cities with aesthetically pleasing campaigns to grow by looking at the domestic market.