Monthly Archives: April 2011

Building a startup in a developing country: The pitfalls and opportunities Media

The Internet has completely changed the landscape of entrepreneurship and perhaps the ones most affected by this are the startups. Being a startup can be fun and rewarding but it also entails countles Read More...

Local Entrepreneur Emma Graham, fills a gap with Wedding Decor Be Inspired

Now as you all now, today is the special day for Kate & William, yes it's the day of the Royal Wedding. Not coincidentally here is an look at Emma Graham the founder of Wedding decor. Her company Read More...

Cate Trotter founder of Insider Trends Entrepreneurs

Insider Trends is a London-based trendspotting consultancy started in June 2008 by Cate Trotter. The company offers services to help companies take the lead or remain at the forefront of their industr Read More...

Introducing SHOUT! – Interview with Stavros Alambritis – CEO/Founder of GZero Entrepreneurship

I recently got the opportunity to interview Stavros Alambritis. Stavros is the CEO/Founder of GZero. In our interview, we talked about what his company does, his journey so far, launching his latest c Read More...

15 Female Entrepreneurs Who Are Incredibly Inspiring Be Inspired

Here is a guest post from the Accounting Degree team and you can see the original post on their blog here. Thanks to Liz for sending this post over. It is  a great example showing how many woman have Read More...

One to watch: Sarah McVittie, one of the hottest woman entrepreneurs under 35 Entrepreneurs

By now serial entrepreneur Sarah McVittie is much more than a hot prospect. with one business successfully sold under her belt, she is quickly on to her next venture. After being named one of the top Read More...

Extra, Extra: Rebecca Jayne Philipson founder of UR-In The Paper Ltd Entrepreneurs

Rebecca Jayne Philipson founded of UR-In The Paper Ltd in 2005, aged 21. UR-In The Paper is a site which allows you to customise a newspaper as a gift. The site is the UK's number one personalised gif Read More...

David Cancel, Serial Entrepreneur, Startup Advisor, Investor and Doer Entrepreneurs

David Cancel is a serial entrepreneur living in Boston, US. He is currently CEO at Performable which he founded in September  2009. Performable is an online platform that helps you convert more of yo Read More...

How to make money doing good – The rise of social enterprises. Entrepreneurship

Editor's Note: This is a guest post by Noam Kostucki, Noam is a social entrepreneur and recently a speaker at TED, Noam has given training, coaching and consulting at Yale University, HP, Tata, UnLtd Read More...

The Journey so far – Interview with Jessica Truesdale of True You Cosmetics Entertainments & Art

From an early age Jessica was drawn into the entrepreneurial world after watching her dad run his plastic surgery practice, she knew that she wanted to start her own company one day. It dint take long Read More...

Founder of Floxx.com, Rich Martell impresses with 50 million hits in one month Entrepreneurs

Rich Martell founded Floxx.com, previously known as FitFinder, a location based anonymous micro blogging social network, in April 2010. The site is based on the concept of anonymously posting both a l Read More...

Sandeep Ahluwalia co founder of V8 Design – One to watch Entrepreneurs

Sandeep Ahluwalia is a young entrepreneur at Queen Mary, University of London where he is currently studying for his Engineering & Business Management degree. At the same time he is running his ow Read More...

Ben Atkinson-Willes puts the pieces together for Active-Minds Entrepreneurs

Ben Atkinson-Willes is a 23 year old young entrepreneur from Kingston University in South West London where he is studying for a product and furniture design degree. The young entrepreneur was inspire Read More...

The UK Start-Up that Raised £125m of Seed Funding in 2010 – Metro Bank Start-Ups

Last year saw the opening of the first new high street bank for 100 years, Metro Bank. The startup was founded by Anthony Thomson and Vernon Hill who founded Commerce Bancorp in the US. Craig Donaldso Read More...

Matthew Conridge, started with just £450, his businesses have now turned over £2.5m Entrepreneurs

26 year old Matthew Conridge has two companies. Mamka, an online retailer of outdoor gear and Creba a catering business. Fours years ago at the age of 22 Matthew founded Mamka which is made up of  tw Read More...