We talk to new businesses and the challenges they face.
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.
Nina Chudasama, founder of premier tea brand, Hope & Glory, talks about the business.
We catch up with Rashid Ajami, co-founder of Campus Society, the "new facebook" for college students.
Grabble, the so-called "Tinder for fashion", is the app to discover daily hand-picked styles.
Sebastian Kuhnert talks about Little Traders, the app where you can trade on the Stock Exchange without using real money.
Jon Douglas, Director of Business Development at Givergy, talks about raising money for charities.
We catch up with Alban Sayag, French entrepreneur and founder of WINGiT – the real-time travel & events app.
We catch up with the team behind SwiftGift, the world’s first Instant Gift Messenger, to find out more.
We catch up with Richard Walton of AVirtual, the platform providing virtual personal assistants.
We catch up with Chris Nkwonta, founder of VROOMO, the online used car business that just launched in the UK.
We catch up with JP Teti, founder of Liberty Cheesesteak, London's first and only producers of the authentic Philly Cheesesteak sandwich.
We catch up with Natasha Pilbrow of LeSalon, the on-demand nail service that brings the polish of a professional salon to your home.