Guy Schanschieff had always wanted to start a business but was lacking a strong idea. But a conversation about dirty nappies spurred him into action.
Soon most businesses will have to file tax returns online. Be prepared, says David Prosser.
Anneke van den Broek is the founder of Rufus & Coco, a multi-million-dollar pet health and beauty business.
Linda Pilkington started making candles to relieve the boredom of rural Cheshire life. Now her luxury fragrance and candles business counts actresses Goldie Hawn and Emma Thompson among its celebrity fans.
Legendary folk singer Bob Dylan is the latest celebrity to enter the drinks business with his whiskey brand, Heaven’s Door.
Cleo is a free artificial-intelligence financial assistant that helps 150,000 people manage their money every day.
If you’ve been hit by the bank’s failures, make sure you take action, says David Prosser.
Will Wynne got out of the sausage factory that was banking in order to smell (and sell) the flowers.
Marcus Swanepoel created Luno, an exchange that aims to makes it safe and easy for people to buy, store and use cryptocurrencies.
Small companies have to shoulder an unfair burden on business rates, says David Prosser. The government should give them a break.
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.