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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

Chi health foods team

One to watch: The film director whose coconut-water start-up is growing at 250% a year

Discover how Jonathan Newman’s start-up Chi is cracking this uber-trendy market

Richard Prime

Bebo's co-founder invested £4m in this London fintech start-up. Find out why

We speak to Richard Prime, CEO and co-founder, Sonovate

Mitsubishi office

60 seconds with… Mitsubishi Corporation International

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Mishcon de Reya

60 seconds with the leading law firm, Mishcon de Reya  

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Anthony Eskinazi, JustPark founder

JustPark just crowdfunded £1m in FOUR DAYS. We ask its founder how he did it

Entrepreneur Anthony Eskinazi on creating the most successful campaign in Crowdcube’s history

BUX - on mobile

One to Watch: BUX, whose founder's last business is worth €570mVideo

CEO Nick Bortot tells us why we should be keeping an eye on this “casual trading” app

Maryse Liburdi

She's boss of a $44m tech firm and advises the White House - meet Maryse LiburdiVideo

“The tech economy is poorly served by investment in the UK - and in the EU,” says the Pokeware CEO

Charlie Marshall

Meet the "loafer" who's built a £20m bed business in five years

Loaf founder Charlie Marshall on growing his company on average 80% each year

Brett Akker

Q&A: Brett Akker sold Streetcar for $50m. Can he do it again with LoveSpace?

The entrepreneur hopes to disrupt the £355m storage market

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