British singer Imogen Heap is leading the charge for change in the music industry as well as doing her bit for Britain’s balance of payments.
After seeing how successful the Concept2 rowing machine was, Ian Wilson set out to do the same for cycling.
Ask Inclusive Finance (AskIf) is a commercial enterprise with an ambitious social mission.
Small businesses ignore new data protection rules at their peril, says David Prosser – make sure you’re ready.
Fed up with the fake world of celebrity endorsements, Alexia Inge decided to set up retailer Cult Beauty, selling the make-up really worn by models.
When Maria de la Croix saw her friends selling coffee from a backpack, she liked the idea, says Chris Carter. But she also knew she could go one better.
Lisa Kay’s two companies, Lisa Kay London and Sole Bliss, design, make and distribute shoes with style and comfort in mind.
When a twisted knee scuppered Greg Cox’s plans to play rugby for Wasps, he set his sights on becoming a fintech entrepreneur.
Serial entrepreneur Paul Bragiel had already made his fortune, says Chris Carter. So he set his sights on an altogether different challenge.
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.