Adam Tranter, CEO of Fusion Media and Bicycle Mayor of Coventry, tells us how he’s pedalling for change as he unites the cycling industry in a nationwide campaign to show the UK public that there's never been a better time to ride a bike.
We caught up with Connie Nam, founder of trendy jewellery brand Astrid & Miyu based at Workspace Edinburgh House in Kennington. She shares her secrets to thriving during the pandemic, Astrid & Miyu’s expansion plans and how Black Lives Matter inspired her to launch a new business accelerator programme
We dial into Zoom with Joanna Dai, founder of ethical fashion brand Dai Wear based at E1 Studios in Whitechapel. She tells us how she's busy donating easy-wash, "power" trousers to frontline NHS workers and preparing to launch a range of high-end protective face masks for the public.
We chat to Henry Milroy, Co-founder of Pan 'n' Ice, based at Canalot Studios in Ladbroke Grove. He tells us how dreaming big can pay off and how he stumbled across a mind-boggling new way to serve ice cream.
We speak to the man behind the pioneering retail platform maximising charity donations at Fuel Tank in Deptford. Hear how entrepreneur Joe Metcalfe has opened up a new way of giving to the online shopper, one Thrift+ box at a time.
Radha and Lee set up The Flash Pack, a boutique holiday company, based at Kennington Park, which offers small group holiday adventures, in 2013. They talk travel regulations, financing, dating and that selfie.
We're celebrating the female entrepreneurs in Workspace by encouraging them to share their stories and inspire the next generation of women in business. We talk to Chantal Coady, the founder of Rococo Chocolates.
As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week 2016 – a week which celebrates entrepreneurial activity and the vibrant business ecosystem it creates – we thought now would be the ideal time to shine a spotlight on today’s entrepreneurs that are making waves in their respective industries.
He was brought up on a holiday park in Woolacombe, North Devon; launched his first online business when he was nineteen; and spent a few years at lastminute.com in charge of mobile; so it was a no-brainer for Dan Yates to found his own holiday-booking company.