We talk to new businesses and the challenges they face.
Laurie Timpson is not your average entrepreneur. If there even is such a thing.
Qured is a new app that delivers a doctor to your door within two hours for those living in London, in and around Zone 1 - 2 and SW postcodes.
OHMME is a men’s sportswear disruptor brand that is seeking to change the attitudes of current societal stereotypes of masculinity.
Middle-aged mums fight back! Meet the entrepreneur helping City returners.
Every entrepreneur starts somewhere and we think Lulu O’Connor is onto a good thing; targeting the seamstress market, an - as yet - untapped online industry.
The founder and MD of Manyminds talks about the digital marketing agency with a difference.
Bethany Koby tells us how one of the UK’s top design-led, technology sites - Tech Will Save Us - made it big.
Co-founder, Niamh Barker talks about the peer-to-peer rental marketplace for British beach huts, where you can list your beach hut or rent one for the day.
Harry Clarke, co-founder of POPS, talks about making sophisticated popsicles using natural ingredients.
Uncorked: Meet the sommelier who got all tech-y on us, whose mission is to make wine tasting accessible from the comfort of your home by combining wine and technology.
What you can learn from social media star Anna Hart who links influencers to brands.
Fred Bristol talks about the investment platform helping people get on the property ladder.
Solberg Audunsson, co-founder of Takumi, talks about the startup making social media work better for brands.
Dror Ginzberg, talks about Wochit, the fast and simple video creation solution publishers rely on.
Cas Paton, founder and CEO of OnBuy.com, talks about the brand new, British online marketplace.
Susan Burton and Clare Wright of Classlist, winner of the GWG Awards Startup category, talk about the go-to site for parents of school children.
Sam Jarvis, co-founder of HubBox, talks about the convenience of matching online shopping and a network of collect points.
Iris Anson, founder of Solely Original, talks about the startup where you can design your own shoes online.
Juha Valvanne, founder of Nosto, talks about delivering eCommerce customers personalised shopping experiences across all devices.
Lee Murphy, MD and owner of The Accountancy Partnership and Pandle cloud accounting software, talks about the business.
Stephen Reilly of Grad DNA talks about the app created by grad recruiters and psychologists to match quality candidates of all backgrounds.
Doron Cohen, co-founder of Covercy, talks about eliminating the hidden costs facing SMEs who make international money transfers.
James O'Day gives an insight into the Pearlshare story, the site and app where you can create and share personal local guides.
Hayden Wood, co founder of Bulb, talks about the technology-led renewable energy supplier.
Florian Färber, co-founder of ZipJet, talks to us about the on-demand laundry and dry cleaning startup.
We catch up with Catherine Pinkney, co-founder of online payroll and workplace pension platform, Paycircle.co.uk.
Rachel Verghis, founder of goo.ey, talks about the design-led phone cases that stick to glass and mirrors.
We catch up with Oli Johnson, co-founder of Catapult, the on-demand hiring platform.
We catch up with Dominic Wood, Co-founder and CEO of Bioepic Ltd., the fitness company set to launch this Summer.
Elena Shkarubo, founder of MeetnGreetMe, talks about the global platform for personal assistance for travellers from locals.
We talk to Maks of #tagvenue, the company building a search engine that helps customers discover and book the perfect space for their events.
We catch up with Marcos Mafia of MAFIABAGS, the company that creates designer bags handmade from upcycled kitesurf, windsurf and boat sails.
Bonnie Roupé, founder of Bonzun, talks to us about the award winning pregnancy health app.
Reiss Salustro-Pilson and Nigel Van Wassenhoven talk about their marketplace with a mission to reduce, reusable construction waste.
We catch up with Wendy Snowdon, founder of TheFoodMarket.com, a new online market that is all about glorious natural food.
Boris Pourreau, co-founder of Running Heroes, talks about getting people to run for their lives, exercise for their health and earn rewards.
Nelson Sivalingam talks about Wonderush, the subscription service where you can enjoy unlimited things to do in London every day for £29 a month.
Malcolm Lewis, founder of MoppedUp, talks about the new app bringing house cleaning into the 21st century.