Serial entrepreneur Paul Bragiel had already made his fortune, says Chris Carter. So he set his sights on an altogether different challenge.
Articles written by Chris Carter
There’s more to the Med than Majorca – here are three lesser-known but spectacular tourist destinations.
Prized first editions may look good on the book shelf, says Chris Carter. But for investor-collectors, that’s not where the real money is.
London-based Mindful Chef is one of a number of start-ups taking advantage of the flexitarian trend. Chris Carter reports.
Snake Serum isn’t a name you would usually associate with a cosmetic, says Chris Carter. But then again, this is no ordinary beauty product.
Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk has grandiose plans for humanity. It’s looking increasingly likely that he has the chutzpah – and cash – to succeed, says Chris Carter.
Finding his grandfather’s old raincoat hanging on a nail inspired Swede Alexander Stutterheim to start his own business.
Money may not grow on trees, but it occasionally falls from the heavens. Chris Carter explains how to net it.
Pip Jamieson launched The Dots, a social network for young, “no collar” types, from her houseboat on the Regent’s Canal.
From a build-it-yourself igloo in Switzerland to the the “world’s sexiest bedroom” in the Maldives, Chris Carter looks at five of the best places to spend a romantic getaway.