By Rachel Savage Friday, 06 December 2013
The founder of the content marketing platform talks life behind the wheels of steel, the misery of data entry and space travel.
You Live & You Learn: Dame Gail Rebuck, Chair of Penguin Random House UK, on starting at the bottom, dealing with sexism and the Fifty Shades phenomenon.
The young entrepreneur behind the award winning SwiftKey app talks socks, gravity and High Speed 1.
Frances talks tax, ponies and solar panels.
The Spare Room Start-up author on why she couldn't have a normal job.
The banking service's founder - and ex-rugby pro - on taking the leap into international expansion and why business is like a rugby team.
We often hear that in business, nothing is more precious than a good reputation. It's certainly important, but worrying about it above all else can limit your chances of ultimate success.
The man behind such London drinking institutions as Camden Town Brewery and the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen explains why bar work is a serious business.
The economy is finally back on track - and it's small businesses wot did it, says UBS' Bill O'Neill. They should have an extra spring in their step...
She's liberated British women between the sheets - but the Ann Summers CEO is worried about their position in the boardroom.
One of the brains behind the trendy jewellery brand on opening a shop in London's Brick Lane before it was overrun by hipsters.
James Lambert, chairman of R&R Ice Cream, which owns the Fab and Skinny Cow brands, says the company is poised to enter the Middle East and America.
Silicon Roundabout's most dapper entrepreneur on why computers are his only love, and why having a good finance director is so important.
The London tech scene veteran says he came up with the best idea in the world years ago...
We look at the latest tech releases, from HP's sleek iPad challenger to a future-proof wayfinder.
Greg Eden & Russel Simms, founders of bespoke wheelchair manufacturer RGK, on turning life-changing accidents into business success.
What's the difference between innovation and invention? A lot, says Nigel Nicholson.
The ex-tech policy adviser says entrepreneurs need a 'trade union', but they have all the support they need.
Google's long lunch queues? That just means a lot of hungry employees. Here are five ways to get your workers chatting that won't lead to rumbling tummies...
Online retailer Naked Wines hopes to raise £3m through bonds issued to wine lovers.
The founders of online ticketing platform Eventbrite explain how they transformed from a tiny startup into a billion-dollar business.
Last week he announced a $10m funding round, this week we catch up with the South African entrepreneur to see how life has been at Naked Wines
James Clarkson and his team have just signed off on a £600,000 investment round, now he's getting ready to launch a new product
The beauty queen talks perfecting her products, walking away from investors - and why creativity counts.
James Caan's right hand man explains how to find the right VC and why giving up a tiny bit of autonomy can be the best thing for an entrepreneur's business baby
Having founded his startup in 2009, Felipe has recently gone through a £2.2m funding round. Here he talks Tech City, siestas and how to spend investment
Companies spend millions on building trust - but Ipsos MORI's Milorad Ajder says individuals are what really make the difference.
News and views from the startup community
Shazam, Moo.com and Naked Wines are among the latest tech start-ups to be added to the government's fast-growth scheme.
Why fight the internet when you can try and make money out of it killing your business?
Following last month's $1m seed investment, money transfer upstart Azimo has launched in Germany and Ireland.
The startup behind the popular photo-sharing app has reportedly rejected a bid from Facebook.
London-based firms make up 40% of the accountant's latest Fast 50 list of high growth companies.
Vince Cable has relaunched the UK's tech industrial body as techUK and aims to create 500,000 new tech jobs.
The search engine supremo has broken its 2005 promise to users it wouldn't show banner ads on search results.
The peer-to-business lending site is planning to merge with a San Francisco-based rival.
A UK startup whose invention could protect ships from piracy threats has raised £100k on the crowdfunding site.
Tech City has announced the first 25 companies on its Future Fifty scheme designed to encourage tech companies to float in London.
Amazon's Web Services division has revealed its latest wheeze to sign up more startups.
Mind Candy, the company which created children's favourite Moshi Monsters, has more than doubled its revenues to £47m in 2012.
David Cameron hopes the financial backing will help aspiring entrepreneurs create tens of thousands of new businesses.
Vogue's parent company is getting into online retail. Is this the beginning of a trend for publishing companies?
The designer dress rental site has got its hands on a slice of $5m.
Digital Shoreditch is leading a competition to give one startup £1m equity investment and a chance to set up a HQ in London
The British chipmaker has acquired the Finland-based startup for an undisclosed sum
The supermarket says it will stock the Dragons' Den contestant's meaty products.
Apprentice semi-finalist Neil Clough has re-appeared - and is launching a new project. It's not a property website - but it is 'giving back to the community'.
The UK-based wine seller has secured funding for overseas expansion
Stu Jolley started Wingman off the back of Britain's Next Big Thing - now he's flown into Tesco stores and is even shooting promos on Lake Garda.
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