The Supper Club founder Duncan Cheatle argues that although the plethora of new businesses that have been created by Britain's entrepreneurial culture, it will all mean very little if a portion of those companies do not scale-up to the next level.
The amount of deals that have resulted in individual wealth creation of £200,000 or more has climbed by 6 per cent, against a backdrop of a stalling in the number of high-growth firms in Britain.
Yesterday's Sunday Times Rich List revealed the growing wealth of Britain's digital entrepreneurs.
Case London doesn't retail overseas, and yet its staff speaks 19 different languages. This is the reality of catering to London's affluent global consumers, who part with serious amounts of cash in the capital's department stores every day.
This year's Forbes 400 is packed with wealthy entrepreneurs who've made it in the lucrative worlds of tech and finance.
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