Interviews

In these uncertain times it is more important than ever to learn best practise from other entrepreneurial businesses and market experts. We’ve interviewed some fascinating people who share their thoughts and experiences here.

Q&A with Kathryn Parsons, Decoded

Q&A with Kathryn Parsons, Decoded

Teaching training courses during a pandemic has been a challenge but also a great opportunity to widen the business offering, as Kathryn Parsons the co-founder and co-CEO of Decoded, a technology education business based in London, explains.

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Q&A with Euan Blair, WhiteHat

Q&A with Euan Blair, WhiteHat

Euan Blair is Co-Founder and CEO of WhiteHat, a fast-growing business which provides and trains apprentices for businesses. It is backed by $20 million venture capital funding and has 170 employees. WhiteHat has so far found placements for 2000 apprentices.

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Q&A with Joanna Jensen, Childs Farm

Q&A with Joanna Jensen, Childs Farm

Joanna Jensen is Founder and CEO of Childs Farm, a Hampshire-based business which makes sensitive skincare products for babies and children and is the UK’s number 1 baby and child toiletry brand. She explains how she grew the business and what she has learnt along the way.

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Q&A with Robert Ginsberg, HiB

Q&A with Robert Ginsberg, HiB

Bathroom products firm HiB used the lockdown period to invest in new processes and technologies. Managing Director Robert Ginsberg explains how the Staffordshire firm, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, is quietly powering ahead.

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Q&A with Jonathan Seaton, Twinkl

Q&A with Jonathan Seaton, Twinkl

Jonathan Seaton is the co-founder of Twinkl, an online learning business that has been particularly busy during the pandemic supporting parents and children doing home learning. The business was started in 2010 and now offers over 525,000 educational resources.

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Q&A with Jamie Keeble, Heck

Q&A with Jamie Keeble, Heck

Keeping supermarket chilled cabinets stocked with sausages is no mean feat in a pandemic lockdown but Heck co-founder and sales director Jamie Keeble explains how the Yorkshire-based firm rose to the challenge with the help and determination of its 150-strong workforce.

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