Entrepreneurs Forum
  • Move over, maths


    David Sibbald believes that the emerging discipline of ‘data scientist’ can help solve many of the world’s deep-rooted problems, as Kenny Kemp discovers.

  • Out of the shadows

    Martyn Dawes

    Four years after selling his phenomenal success Coffee Nation for £23m, serial entrepreneur Martyn Dawes is finally ready to return to business.

  • Have brush, will travel


    Hayley Lumby has crossed the divide between bankers who counsel small businesses and small businesses that struggle to get along with bankers.

  • Ruling the roost


    As the only girl in five generations in her family, Victoria Hopkins swapped scuba diving to lead the family firm in Pudsey. She tells Peter Baber why.

  • Front page leader


    Ian Dormer hopes headlines will have changed for the better after his term as national chairman of the Institute of Directors is over.

  • Outside the box


    Jonathan Ryder, who has just project managed one of the UK’s largest speculative office developments, explains his plan to transform the housing sector.

  • What women want


    Women don’t need quotas or leg-ups into the boardroom, says Heather Jackson whose fast-growing organisation has transformed the corporate equality debate.

  • Waking up to opportunity


    Simon Richardson took a while to launch itogether but, as he tells Peter Baber, it is now buzzing along in an industry that is now the biggest in the world.

  • The Quay of life

    Charan Gill

    Charan Gill is one of Scotland’s highest profile and most popular entrepreneurs. Kenny Kemp meets him at The Quay to find out about his spiritual journey to contentedness in Musselburgh.