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Deadline looms for self-employed to get government help
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Deadline looms for self-employed to get government help

Time is running out to secure help from the first round of the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme.
3 Jul 2020
Ben Francis: how I made £138m before the age of 30
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Ben Francis: how I made £138m before the age of 30

At the age of 19, Ben Francis spent £1,000 in savings on a sewing machine and screen printer, and learnt how to make garments for the bodybuilding sce…
1 Jul 2020
Tatyana Bakalchuk: the woman creating a Russian Amazon
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Tatyana Bakalchuk: the woman creating a Russian Amazon

Wildberries, the business Tatyana Bakalchuk founded in her Moscow apartment while on maternity leave in 2004, has become Russia’s leading ecommerce si…
30 Jun 2020
Abigail Forsyth and KeepCup: riding a green wave to profits
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Abigail Forsyth and KeepCup: riding a green wave to profits

KeepCup’s sustainable branding captured the public mood about the environmental costs of disposable cups.
29 Jun 2020
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New grants for the self-employed
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New grants for the self-employed

Self-employed workers can now apply for government support if their income has been affected by Covid-19.
22 May 2020
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Kate Daly: why you should break up with divorce lawyers
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Kate Daly: why you should break up with divorce lawyers

After a particularly acrimonious and expensive divorce, Kate Daly quit her job to set up a service to help couples separate without rancour.
12 May 2020
Elizabeth Davis: how I invented my own beauty products
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Elizabeth Davis: how I invented my own beauty products

Ex-engineer Elizabeth Davis formulated her own products in her spare time to gain an edge in the ultra-competitive beauty industry.
11 May 2020

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Five questions for: Frederic de Ryckman de Betz, CEO and founder of Attic Self Storage
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Five questions for: Frederic de Ryckman de Betz, CEO and founder of Attic Self Storage

Frederic de Ryckman de Betz started Attic Self Storage back in 2008.
21 Jan 2020
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Kai Feller: Bark.com and the "Amazon for services"
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Kai Feller: Bark.com and the "Amazon for services"

Kai Feller set up Bark.com to streamline the tedious process of looking for service providers such as cleaners, accountants or gardeners.
21 Jan 2020
Alina Morse: the teenager who made a million
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Alina Morse: the teenager who made a million

Fourteen-year-old Alina Morse created Zollipops, her sugar-free confectionery company, out of her desire for treats that wouldn't rot her teeth.
20 Jan 2020
Kristian Tapaninaho: bootstrapping his way to success
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Kristian Tapaninaho: bootstrapping his way to success

Kristian Tapaninaho grew Ooni, his pizza-oven business, through "bootstrapping" – quick and successful growth with very little external funding.
17 Jan 2020
Five questions for: James Constantinou, founder, Prestige Pawnbrokers
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Five questions for: James Constantinou, founder, Prestige Pawnbrokers

Prestige Pawnbrokers secures loans against high-end assets.
17 Dec 2019
Five questions for: Rob Moore, co-founder of Progressive Property
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Five questions for: Rob Moore, co-founder of Progressive Property

Progressive Property is a property investment training company that also develops, converts and lets properties.
20 Nov 2019
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Don’t squeeze our entrepreneurs with higher taxes
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Don’t squeeze our entrepreneurs with higher taxes

Britain’s entrepreneurs and business innovators get generous tax breaks. They should keep getting them.
17 Nov 2019
Moneymakers: the child prodigy aiming to abolish ageing
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Moneymakers: the child prodigy aiming to abolish ageing

Laura Deming dropped out of MIT to set up a biotechnology fund to invest in companies tackling ageing.
13 Nov 2019
Five questions for: Tom McGillycuddy, co-founder, tickr
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Five questions for: Tom McGillycuddy, co-founder, tickr

Tickr is an app that helps investors focus on impact investing.
6 Nov 2019
Five questions for: David Luck, CEO of Capital on Tap
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Five questions for: David Luck, CEO of Capital on Tap

Capital on Tap lends money to small UK businesses.
16 Oct 2019
Five questions for: Matt Dyson, director of Rockit
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Five questions for: Matt Dyson, director of Rockit

Rockit designs and makes products for babies to help them sleep.
2 Oct 2019
Five questions for: Amy Golding, CEO of Opus Talent Solutions
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Five questions for: Amy Golding, CEO of Opus Talent Solutions

Opus Talent Solutions is a recruitment and training consultancy that focuses on the technology and energy sectors.
3 Sep 2019
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Five questions for: Sabine VanderLinden, Rainmaking
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Five questions for: Sabine VanderLinden, Rainmaking

Rainmaking is a corporate innovation and venture development firm.
19 Aug 2019
Five questions for: Karim Kaddoura, co-founder, Virtuo
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Five questions for: Karim Kaddoura, co-founder, Virtuo

MoneyWeek talks to Karim Kaddoura, co-founder of mobile-phone based car-rental firm, Virtuo.
4 Jun 2019
Five questions for: Edward Hancock, Founder of The Cheese Geek
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Five questions for: Edward Hancock, Founder of The Cheese Geek

The Cheese Geek is a modern online cheesemonger which hopes to make "buying cheese as fun and easy as eating it".
22 May 2019