What's the secret to workplace happiness? English entrepreneur Richard Clarke has made this question the driving force behind operations at his company, Secret Source. After years of research, he has successfully unlocked the formula for creating IT teams everyone loves working with.
Angered by the disdain makeup brands showed for older women, Tricia Cusden, now 75, turned her back on retirement and built a booming beauty business that challenges perceptions about aging.
With only a few credit cards and a passion for cycling, British entrepreneur Lee Comerford and his wife Louise rapidly transformed a personal blog into a growing, multifaceted business that brings cyclists together to enjoy the thrill of the ride.
Feeling constrained by the slow progress of a traditional law career, Angelina Sevostyanova took the bold step to create a legal tech startup. Now she's moving forward with her vision for AI to revolutionise the legal sector.
When she learned about the near-insurmountable challenges faced by trafficked women in the UK, Jess Visser gave up her head-hunting career and launched a social enterprise to bring skills training, employment prospects, and simple human connection to survivors.
From the very beginning, this young British entrepreneur wanted to run a business that not only made money but made people’s lives better. Now, eight years after its launch, Stand4Socks — which donates a pair of socks to a homeless person for every pair sold — is expanding across the Atlantic.