Ray Chan, founder and owner of Candypants, launched his brand 10 years ago. Here, he explains how he is building his brand across two industries.
Former triathlete James Lock shares his biggest life lessons running his performance sportswear brand Zone3, from spending quality time with family to using sports as an outlet for wellbeing.
Richard Gair founded GoGairy after a tumultuous year battling depression, kidney failure, family commitments, and a failed business. Here’s his story.
To help startup founders in the fashion and technology industries access mentoring, networking opportunities and funding access, ecommerce platform Farfetch has announced its Dream Assembly accelerator programme – with a heavyweight partner already on board.
Having developed her business knowledge in the crowdfunding sector as an analyst, Madeline Petrow felt an entrepreneurial urge within growing and set up a fashion startup.
Daniela Trece and Aline Lima are the founders of SixtyNinety, an activewear and swimwear business that they hope will reshape their industry for the better.
With the New Year upon us, leaders will be looking ahead to determine how 2018 will pan out, so here are the business concepts expected to boom.
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.
Girl Meets Dress has achieved ecommerce success with its designer dress rental service, but it effectively created its sector, which meant founder Anna Bance had to be adaptive to the challenges she faced.
Social commerce has been given a new push in the UK, with shoppable video service Smartzer taking its tech to social media.
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.
A luxury luggage firm used by the A-list has been inspired by Formula One to introduce a very limited edition series of cases to mark its 120th anniversary, pricing the goods at £3,500 apiece.