Serial entrepreneurs and investors Doug Richard and Chris Ingram tell GrowthBusiness why they've backed bespoke tailor Pip Howeson, and what promise they see in the UK creative industries.
School for Creative Startups graduate Pip Howeson gets investment support from Doug Richard and Chris Ingram
Former Dragons' Den star Doug Richard and serial technology investor Chris Ingram are coming together to back the growth efforts of bespoke tailor Pip Howeson.
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