Ian and Keeley Sharland are directors and co-founders of WOW World Group, an international preschool and parent-led education business. They tell Real Business about the ups and downs of working together as a couple.
Inspiration to begin a business comes from many places. For online wedding gift list business Prezola it all started with an unwelcome China doll.
A Crafty duo tells Real Business that the best part of combining business and marriage is getting to experience the highs and lows together.
For over four years,Lee Johnson and Sinead Campbell have reigned supreme over BBQ Dreamz, which was born out of a passion for Filipino cuisine. Here we share their story.
The latest couple in our series attributed to married co-founders, talk about their love of Italian food and the one rule they always adhere to.
Beyond its moustachioed mascot, GoCompare has built its business on the foundation of a strong company culture.
Would you start a business with your spouse While many suggest it’s a line that should never be crossed, Kelly and Jon Barfoot, founders of Vegbred, explain how their differing opinions and set of skills makes their business thrive.
Monster’s Sinead Bunting has dedicated her career to enforcing positive change in the workplace. Real Business spoke to her about life in the technology fast-lane and her role as diversity champion.
The founder and managing director of Wicked Vision joins Real Business at the back of a cab to talk about the toy industry and his aim to get kids playing outside again.
Employee morale can make or break an SME. It’s this principle that guides Natwest’s Marcelino Castrillo as he speaks exclusively to Real Business.
Political correctness at its best can make people behave in a more thoughtful way, and at its worst can supress debate.
A job title isn’t what it used to be, the way we work is changing. Emma Gannon explains how we can make the most of modern tech to turn side hustles into a main stream of income.