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Great British Entrepreneur Awards

Britain’s Youngest Entrepreneur Henry Patterson On How He Became A Sweets Tycoon

Henry Patterson has started several businesses, smashed profit forecasts and is already planning his first shop, and he’s only 9 years old. Who is this veteran entrepreneur? He’s a young Buckinghamshire schoolboy who started an online sweet shop, Not Before Tea, to sell sweets for children, with the help of his mother Rebecca, who runs another …

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The Great British Entrepreneur Awards — Winners Announced

The winners of the first ever Great British Entrepreneur Awards — in association with Bizcrowd – were announced last month at the Grand Connaught Rooms. The Awards have been recognised as the new benchmark for entrepreneurial success in the UK. Tuesday(19th November) night’s event reflected their appeal with attendance from a who’s who in UK business, politics …

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Great British Entrepreneur Awards Winner

Julie Deane of Cambridge Satchel Company was crowned Great British Entrepreneur of the Year last night (Tuesday) at the grand final of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. The awards, held at London’s prestigious Grand Connaught Rooms, recognised and celebrated the country’s leading entrepreneurs, with Sir Steve Redgrave on hand to crown Eric Newnham as Serial Entrepreneur of the …

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Judge Interview: Ed Bussey

With the Great British Entrepreneur Awards taking place next month, we caught up with Ed Bussey, founder and CEO of Quill. Before founding Quill Bussey was part of the founding team, as well as global marketing director, of Balderton Capital backed Figleaves.com. Having launched into the US the company acquired over a million online customers across 66 countries …

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