By Philip Beresford Sunday, 26 October 2014
The oil services entrepreneur is worth £125m.
The home retail entrepreneur is worth £1.28bn.
The online travel entrepreneur is worth £80m.
The housebuilding entrepreneur is worth £210m.
The furniture retail entrepreneur is worth £70m.
The outdoor clothing entrepreneur is worth £120m.
The genetics entrepreneur is worth £130m.
The financial information entrepreneur is worth £450m.
The catering and confectionery entrepreneur is worth £138m.
The online retail entrepreneurs are worth £100m.
The drinks entrepreneur is worth £75m.
The lab equipment entrepreneur is worth £50m.
The cash and carry entrepreneurs are worth £130m.
The steel entrepreneurs are worth £103m.
The software entrepreneur is worth £80m.
The retail entrepreneur is worth £80m.
The telecoms entrepreneur is worth £110m.
The industrial entrepreneurs are worth £58m.
The telecoms entrepreneur is worth £195m.
The online property entrepreneur is worth £75m.
The electrical appliances entrepreneur is worth £3.3bn.
The plant and tool hire entrepreneurs are worth £105m.
The industrial entrepreneur is worth £1.05bn.
The cloud computing entrepreneur is worth £40m.
The oil and gas entrepreneur is worth £300m.
The financial software entrepreneur is worth £103m.
The nutrition entrepreneur is worth £90m.
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