Jump on the royal wedding bandwagon, says OFX foreign exchange research director Jake Trask. Here’s why.
When it comes to lifestyles of the rich and famous, interior designer and architect Mathilde Allibe is well placed to know exactly what’s required, using her prized “expensive taste” to meet the opulent needs of clients who include royals, billionaires and celebrities, as revealed in our latest Business Class profile.
Having already secured £250,000 worth of growth capital from investors including Sky Sports presenter Natalie Pinkham, Beulah London has outlined plans to use equity crowdfunding platform SyndicateRoom to bank an additional quarter of a million pounds.
Taking inspiration from a joke that got the company started in the first place, augmented reality firm Blippar has brought Bank of England notes to life to celebrate Queen Elizabeth becoming the longest-reigning monarch.
Personalised baby brand My1stYears.com launched five years ago, but it was royal baby Prince George that has set the company on its way to an expected turnover of £6.5m in 2015.
Queen Elizabeth will become the UK's longest-reigning monarch on 9 September. So, with the amount of appeal the previous royal celebrations have had on the country and the world, Real Business has looked at the British ruler as a brand, and just what fellow UK businesses should expect from the big milestone.
Queen Elizabeth's husband, Prince Philip, referred to the Royal Family as "the Firm", and why not? The Queen owns possibly the largest real estate business in the world. But she isn't the only royal to have jumped onto the entrepreneur bandwagon.
The Royal Family, also known as the Firm, has again won publicity with its most valuable asset: the Duchess of Cambridge.