We talk to John Campbell, Landlord of the Haven Arms Pub in London to find out how the Governments Do More Online Campaign helped this local business.
Sam Clarke, Director of Moat House, tells us how the business was built from a fallen branch in to the eco friendly and exciting business it is today.
Lonetree Cards explain how they went from a startup created with just £10,000 from the founders savings to being stocking at Tate Britain, Liberty of London and as far afield as Canada and Australia.
We talk to Dr Jim Shaikh, CEO of Yoomi, to find out how sleepless nights and meetings in The British Library led to the creation of Yoomi.
Nick Hadfield Director and Business Manager of Fanfinders tells us how they have created a USP to grow their lead generation business aimed at new mums.
The public vote for the GREAT Faces of British Business competition is now open, following the shortlist announcement this week with the top business set to win £30,000 worth of government support.
We talk to Ben Atkinson-Willes to find out how his Grandfather and a University project led to the creation of Active Minds.
Catherine Spink, Director, Neon Creations tells us about how they have grown their business over the past nine years from a startup to being commissioned by some of the largest global brands.
We talk to James New, co-founder of Jessie and James, about the inspiration behind creating a high-end fashion brand for children.