Famous entrepreneur interviews
Famous Entrepreneurs & entrepreneur interviews
Adam Breeden, co-founder and CEO of table tennis bar Bounce, on how entrepreneurs can make it through Christmas without tearing their hair out
Asian entrepreneurs leading the way globally
Anyone can do it, with a bit of creativity and planning
Here’s which petitions the block Trump petition has trumped
What’s stopping women from launching their own tech start-ups?
Boeing 747 named Cosmic Girl to be used as launchpad for space travel
We meet a man who found out growth doesn’t necessarily equal long-term success
We meet a woman who built her business from literally nothing
We chatted to an entrepreneur whose business was a massive success… well, at least the last one was
How a former fishing boat captain set up one of the UK’s largest craft beer companies
Millionaire or billionaire? We find out
It just took a little help from Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant
EXCLUSIVE: Running a business with Lord Sugar is 10x harder than The Apprentice, says winner Mark Wright
Ahead of the new series of The Apprentice tomorrow, we caught up with last year’s winner on what it’s really like working with Lord Sugar
The vaccum king has no vacuum of money in his life
Entrepreneur and cross-bench peer Lord Bilimoria is venturing into the tech sector by launching PictoSo – a free photo-sharing app for smartphones.
The co-founder of the7stars on growth and keeping work fun
The founder and CEO of Venntro Media Group on scaling his business
What do businesses need to make Britain an economic powerhouse?
Will the media have “blood on its hands” as Kids Company closes its doors?
The tech sector has never seemed more welcoming for would-be entrepreneurs, says Powa Technologies founder Dan Wagner
Take a look at British assets owned by bollygarchs
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
The Pimlico Plumbers founder and CEO says Britain needs to get over its obsession with degrees
Milner on getting more British businesses to export
Let’s change the perception of enterprise, says Greene
Amit Bhatia is chairman, Hope Construction Materials, & vice chairman, Queens Park Rangers F.C.
The Ryman chairman and former Dragon’s idea to secure Britain’s ambition
Game-changing ideas from Sir Martin Sorrell, Theo Paphitis and many more
Fed up with the Big Six energy firms? Meet Dale Vince, the eccentric entrepreneur shaking up the industry
We chatted to the green energy boss
This article appears in partnership with British Library
Best on building a business in the recession and why he’s proud of his Gypsy roots
Does this London firm have the solution to the productivity puzzle?
How does easyProperty plan to compete in the very crowded space of property agents?
Why the Labour Party scares the ex-Dragons’ Den star
London has more billionaires than any other city in the world
David Spencer-Percival’s recruitment firm on course to make £80m gross profit by 2018
What kind of people will he bet money on?
He’s looking for fast-growth SMEs and start-ups. Move fast to win!
What it takes to be a great, by the greats
Adman and Europhile, Sir Martin Sorrell, looks set to remain the FTSE 100’s highest paid CEO for 2014.
Want to make it in their firey cavern? Then know how to play the team
Sir Philip Green (pictured above with Kim Kardashian) is poised to sell off his department store chain, BHS.
We speak to MVF CEO Titus Sharpe
The social shopping site you need to know about
It’s not even four years old, yet it could be valued at $19bn
And the business isn’t even five years old
Entrepreneur Anthony Eskinazi on creating the most successful campaign in Crowdcube’s history
Italy’s richest person remembered
As well as the top 50 from all of Europe
KYOCERA Document Solutions aims to hit £93m in annual turnover this year
The not-so-fat controller of UK trains
The entrepreneur and Dragons’ Den star talks to LondonlovesBusiness.com
Inspiring insights from great leaders
The Apprentice is a divisive show among the entrepreneurs and businesspeople we chat to here at LondonlovesBusiness.com.
Want to learn about serious fundraising and growth? Read on
What are you aiming for?
We visited the Brompton Bicycle factory to witness the building of a global brand
We chat to New Call Telecom CEO Nigel Eastwood
He’s done it again.
Fans of the 28-year-old shirts business include Lord Sugar
From entrepreneurs, authors and icons
“I want to be more famous than Persil,” Victoria Beckham declared at the beginning of her career.
The former England cricket captain tells us what he’s learnt about being in charge
We talk to founder and TV star Dave Fishwick about the new bank that half the country want to switch to
The scientist and TV personality discusses the problem with getting kids interested in STEM careers
The effervescent chairman and founder of Cobra Beer speaks out
Meet innocent drinks founder Richard Reed: "If you can organise a wedding, you can be an entrepreneur"
The innocent co-founder on UK entrepreneurialism
We meet founder and CEO Will King
The UK’s Fairtrade chocolate category is exploding
His company turns over £387m and has almost one million customers. What does he forecast for yours?
Fortune Magazine has published an excerpt from Warren Buffett’s annual Berkshire-Hathaway shareholders’ letter. In it, Buffet reflects on real estate purchases he made and the lessons they offer investors.
His clients include everyone from Saddam Hussein to the Gandhis…
CEO Dave Goldberg on why he’s coming to the capital
The Entrepreneurs' Manifesto: London leaders tell us what government must do to stimulate enterprise
Marking the start of Global Entrepreneurship Week
The entrepreneur hopes to disrupt the £355m storage market
“The Tories must do a deal with UKIP,” he says
She tells us about the rapid technological changes in the payment industry
“We did get things wrong,” Harding tells us
He floated his first company for £120m, aged 31. Now Powa CEO Dan Wagner says the UK doesn't get tech
The serial tech entrepreneur on his latest venture
Why Hearsay Social has set up a London HQ
Can he repeat YO! Sushi’s success?
Chairman Vernon Hill on his plans for London domination, and getting 200,000 customers in three years
Edwina Dunn, co-founder of Dunnhumby, on what she did next
Why the 148-year old chain will always be family-owned
How this Englishman made a killing in Brazil’s social housing sector
The story behind the world’s largest online bullion market
The tech star behind cloud firm Outsourcery, who’s won investment from George Soros
My, haven’t they grown up?
Franks may have inspired Absolutely Fabulous but she just can’t get enough of MP Margaret Hodge
He owns 16 hotels, a golf course and a private airfield. What’s he going to buy next?
The eccentric entrepreneur tells us it’s “really easy making money”
Kate Middleton’s younger sister Pippa may be best known for her perked Pilates derrière and her night club antics, but the 29-year-old has now appointed herself the director of a new company.
Turnover is up 62% since Lord Sugar shunned the best dressed man on television
The 33-year-old on his investment in Dropbox, cement and of course football
Hummingbird Bakery founder talks selling a million cupcakes and making his London shop global