For most of us, quitting our day jobs to follow our passion seems completely unrealistic. So, if your full-time job is the job you need, then your passion should be the job that you choose.
For successful SME owners, imagining a unicorn based existence shouldn’t be thought of as a silly pipe dream, and new research tells you how to get there.
Superdry founder Julian Dunkerton is waiting on the outcome of a shareholder meeting to see if he can come back as a director. The board is urging shareholders to vote against his reappointment, and considering that his last year of power at Superdry coincided with poor sales, are they right to do so? It also begs the question, when is the right time for a founder to step away from a company, and what can other entrepreneurs do to ensure they know when that right time is?
Richard Dennys, CEO of Webgains, an affiliate marketing network and part of ad pepper media shares his thoughts on the harsh realities of entrepreneurialism.
The founder of Fever-Tree, Charles Rolls, has cashed in on the growth of his drinks company by offloading 4.5m shares and pocketing £73m in the process.
There are some hugely successful businesses out there that were founded as or are now running as partnerships. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best examples of partnerships in businesses that are hugely successful today.
A third of Brits working for SMEs felt the company would not survive the month if the founder left on short notice, according to recent research by Network ROI.
Since the departure of Dick Costolo, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has held the post of interim CEO at the social network – a role that is reported to become permanent.
The founder of SuperGroup, Julian Dunkerton, has designs on China's $351bn fashion market.
It said that the board and shareholders of Jack Wills had decided not to pursue an IPO after “a detailed review of growth opportunities”, and that current boss Wendy Becker had decided to step down as a result.
While many business founders may feel possessive about anyone else taking the reins, they're not always the best person for the job. We've compiled a list of five notable examples who were renowned for setting up a company, but weren't quite so successful at running it.
Despite former eBay executive Chris Payne becoming CEO of Tinder in March, replacing co-founder Sean Rad, the company has swiped left on Payne only a few months into the job to reinstate Rad from his position as president.