This week’s quirky business idea is BullionVault, an online marketplace for gold created by entrepreneur Paul Tustain.
Last week we brought you the powered golf trolley. This week: Incognito Artists, the entertainment company which offers surprise performances at parties and events.
Former engineer Graham Renny is the brains behind the Gator Grabber, a multi-purpose garden waste-collecting device.
Manufactured in Britain, the “Rolley” allows golfers to hop-on to their golf trolley and cruise silently around the golf course. We look at the company behind the invention.
This week, we look at the new British-made Swifty One folding kick scooter for adults.
This week’s prize for innovation goes to Warmroom: the magnetic foil that stems heat loss from the back of radiators.
This week we bring you Tantrum, the funky hairdressing salon for children.
This is no ordinary book. Former Goldman Sachs banker Karl Fowler is reinventing publishing with his enormous coffee-table tomes (known as an Opus), carrying £3,000-plus price tags.
Last week, we brought you the Morgan 3 Wheeler. This week: the new paper product that will (literally) help your business grow.
We’ve brought you the ???healthy??? cigarette and the DNA suit. This week: the Morgan 3 Wheeler.
Last week, we brought you the DNA suit. This week, we look at Alex Hearn’s latest invention: the healthy cigarette.
This takes the concept of owning a ???personalised suit??? to a whole new level.