Young entrepreneurs in business

Jon Reynolds, CEO of SwiftKey

SwiftKey just won £11m in funding – its 27-year-old CEO talks to us

Jon Reynolds on his plans for the future and how he’s growing turnover five-fold annually

Piers Daniell, founder of Fluidata

Meet the 31-year-old behind one of the UK's fastest-growing tech companies

Piers Daniell, director of Fluidata, is shortlisted for our Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Rajeeb Dey, founder, Enternships

Meet the king of internships

Rajeeb Dey founded StartUp Britain and he’s changing the way firms train and hire

Responsetap Ross Fobian

Meet the 28-year old tech whizz whose invention wooed Virgin and Tesco

Ross Fobian reveals how ResponseTap got the big firms’ attention

Dessi Bell

Q&A: The 28-year-old behind £10m-turnover Zaggora, sportswear that helps you lose weight

Former City banker Dessi Bell has sold over half a million products

Edo Mapelli Mozzi of Banda Property

"I'm a leader of standards for property consultants" Edo Mapelli Mozzi

The 29 year-old Banda Property founder tells Asa Bennett how he’s shaking up property consultancy

Carl Pihl

"My partner wasn't a risk-taker, but I wanted a business empire" Carl PihlVideo

Bottling, belts and social networks - the 29-year-old serial entrepreneur tells Asa Bennett about his journey

Jamal Edwards with Richard Branson

He’s 22. Worth £6m. And pals with Branson. Meet Jamal EdwardsVideo

The SBTV founder has 130 million YouTube hits and is the biggest name in the music industry

Gary Martin (left) with his brother Paul

From construction to lingerie, with 24 year-old multimillionaire Gary Martin

The Northern Irish entrepreneur reveals his formula for success at the business “game”, it’s all in the mind

Phil Pinnell

"Stop eating filth" says Scratch Meals founder Phil Pinnell

27-year-old Pinnell promises a food “revolution” in his new approach to ready meals

Chris Bull, co-founder Selective Media

Q&A: Chris Bull - the man helping to bring free Wi-Fi to London

Aged just 19 he set up Selective Media flogging ads on free Wi-Fi, making it profitable in three months. It is now turning over in excess of £1m