Entrepreneurs and small businesses

Five questions for… Barney Hussey-Yeo, founder and CEO of Cleo

Cleo smartphone app

Cleo is a free artificial-intelligence financial assistant that helps 150,000 people manage their money every day.

How to claim against TSB

If you’ve been hit by the bank’s failures, make sure you take action, says David Prosser.

Money makers: Why I quit the sausage factory for the florist’s

Will Wynne

Will Wynne got out of the sausage factory that was banking in order to smell (and sell) the flowers.

Five questions for... Marcus Swanepoel, CEO of Luno

Marcus Swanepoel, CEO of Luno

Marcus Swanepoel created Luno, an exchange that aims to makes it safe and easy for people to buy, store and use cryptocurrencies.

Give SMEs a break on business rates

Small companies have to shoulder an unfair burden on business rates, says David Prosser. The government should give them a break.

Money makers: Cutting out the middle-man in pop

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.

Money makers: How I reinvented the exercise bike

Ian Wilson of Wattbike

After seeing how successful the Concept2 rowing machine was, Ian Wilson set out to do the same for cycling.

Five questions for: Samantha Bamert, CEO of AskIf

Samantha Bamert

Ask Inclusive Finance (AskIf) is a commercial enterprise with an ambitious social mission.

New data laws loom

Small businesses ignore new data protection rules at their peril, says David Prosser – make sure you’re ready.

Money makers: The make-up models really wear

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.

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