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Interviews with famous entrepreneurs & businesspeople

Kids Company

"I'm worried people might kill themselves" - Inside the collapse of Kids Company

Will the media have “blood on its hands” as Kids Company closes its doors?

London skyline with Google, Facebook and other logos superimposed onto the skyline

Here's how Britain can build more billion-dollar tech companies

The tech sector has never seemed more welcoming for would-be entrepreneurs, says Powa Technologies founder Dan Wagner

Edwina Dunn, founder, Dunnhumby

Edwina Dunn: Tech is no longer a “men-only” industry

The Dunnhumby co-founder says it’s vital that a new culture which embraces science and technology is rooted in our education system as well as wider society

CEO of Pimlico Plumbers Charlie Mullins

Charlie Mullins OBE: Britain needs more apprenticeships, not degrees

The Pimlico Plumbers founder and CEO says Britain needs to get over its obsession with degrees

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Interviews with fast-growing London businesses

Dollar

The £3.2bn tech start-up you've never heard of

We chat to James Allgrove, UK head of payment start-up Stripe

Andy Thompson, executive chairman, Anytime Fitness

One to watch: Anytime Fitness, one of the UK's fastest-growing gym chains

Executive chairman Andy Thompson on increasing turnover threefold in 2015

Amelia Rope

Meet Amelia Rope, the Masterchef contestant who became a successful chocolatier

This article appears in partnership with British Library

Alfie Best, founder of Wyldecrest Parks

Rags to riches: How Romany Gypsy Alfie Best built a business worth £200m

Best on building a business in the recession and why he’s proud of his Gypsy roots

Crowdfunding campaign for the film SUPER TROOPERS 2 raised over $4m on Indiegogo

One to Watch: Indiegogo, where 300,000 people have raised money for crazy projects

Can the crowdfunding model work in London? We speak to Anastasia Emmanuel, director of UK Hardware, technology and design, Indiegogo

Richard Branson - Pitch to Rich

Fancy winning up to £250,000 from Richard Branson?

He’s looking for fast-growth SMEs and start-ups. Move fast to win!

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Google Ventures to invest millions into London start-up Yieldify

Google Ventures to invest millions into London start-up Yieldify

An e-commerce start-up that helps online retailers increase sales has become the third business to receive investment from Google’s investment arm Google Ventures Europe.

Richard Branson - Pitch to Rich

Fancy winning up to £250,000 from Richard Branson?

He’s looking for fast-growth SMEs and start-ups. Move fast to win!

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Interviews with young entrepreneurs

Oliver Bonas

Meet the founder of Oliver Bonas, the hip London brand with the big retail success story

Entrepreneur Oliver Tress on how retail has transformed and why university can be a waste of time

Zoella

Here's some advice from people who made it big in their teens

These guys made it big when they were small

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