James Corsellis, managing partner at investment house Marwyn, tells GB why he believes the public markets beat private equity as a platform for a buy-and-build strategy.
The founder of Tyrrells tells GrowthBusiness how he won a prestigious international award for his British-made vodka and explains why VCs don't get entrepreneurs.
Howard Popeck of 2MuchTalk reflects on a decision that turned out to be the making of his last company, Cognisco.
Michael Acton Smith has created one of the fastest growing internet sites in the UK with kids’ game Moshi Monsters. GrowthBusiness meets the irrepressible internet entrepreneur.
The economic downturn has forced companies to change their sales strategies to stay in business. We talk to three CEOs about how they've adapted to tough trading conditions.
Keith Hatter, CEO of coaching company K2 Performance Systems, explains why he no longer charges clients by the day.
Keith Neilson, CEO of AIM-listed software company Craneware, tells GB about the joys and challenges of being a quoted company.
Dragons' Den investor James Caan reveals how he made it, why he's still passionate about business, and whether he and Duncan Bannatyne have patched things up after that non-dom spat.
Paul Luen, CEO of manufacturer Martek Marine, reveals what he learnt from The Definitive Book of Body Language.
The leading lights of AIM and PLUS were celebrated at the Growth Company Awards. GB meets the winners.
Using your credit card to fund business growth may be unorthodox, but that didn't stop the founders of ConsumerChoices.co.uk.
How They Started in Tough Times, by David Lester, reviewed by Ciaron Dunne, co-founder of internet marketing business Genie Ventures.
Jos White, co-founder of MessageLabs, tells GB about the company’s big-ticket sale to Symantec and explains why he’s spreading the proceeds among young tech businesses through his VC firm Notion Capital.
Caprice Bourret and four other owner-managers explain their strategies for importing goods into the UK.
Innovation and excellence were celebrated in equal measure at the third Rosenblatt Solicitors New Energy Awards. GrowthBusiness finds out how the winners have weathered a tough year for the sector.
Adam King, founding partner of tailor King & Allen, reveals the most significant lessons he's learned from running the company through a period of rapid growth.
From the founder of Glasses Direct to the CEO of microlending company Wonga, GB talks to the leaders of five of the UK's hottest VC-backed companies about how they raised the cash and what they're doing with it.
A long and distinguished career in retail came to an abrupt end for former Woolworths CEO Trevor Bish-Jones when he left the chain shortly before it went into administration. He talks exclusively to GB.
Stephen Casey has built his temporary structures company, Accio Group, into a solid business with a revenue of
John Griffin is the man behind Addison Lee, an acquisitive, multi-million pound minicab business which is taking on the might of London’s black taxi drivers. GB meets the man who ‘came from zero’.
Despite it taking until 2013 for the UK to have its first ‘official astronaut’, Britain’s space industry offers many opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Sophia Harrison, director of financial and professional services at Grayling, looks at how a new exchange platform out of Sweden could strike the right chord of regulation for SMEs.
Building a high-growth business stage three: Choosing to partner with larger firms to collaborate on projects.
New research from GrowthBusiness shows that the number of UK cash shells is climbing. We speak to new entrants to the market and those that have recently closed deals to find out what’s driving shells’ increasing popularity.