‘The Challenge Is Understanding What People Actually Need’ – Business Lessons from an iOS Consultant


How does it feel to continuously launch new business ideas and see them fail? Not great, of course, but this interviewee demonstrates the value of putting in that extra bit of work called research. Researching your audience ahead of a launch is one of the most important things you can do, yet so ... -Read More

Entrepreneur Q&A: Divorceify


In this episode we welcome the founder of Divorceify, Sonia Queralt. Divorceify is a multi-disciplinary concierge service that provides customized coaching, strong support, resources, and organization to those who feel overwhelmed by the logistics and shock of the divorce process. Additionally, ... -Read More

Entrepreneur Q&A: Shain Shapiro of Sound Diplomacy


Shain Shapiro has worked in the music industry for over fifteen years, including (before founding Sound Diplomacy) 3.5 years as the UK and European Representative of the Canadian Independent Music Association. Sound Diplomacy is the world's leading music market development consultancy with offices ... -Read More

Entrepreneur Q&A: Ferrah Raza of CityBusters

Breaking Biz meets co-founder & CEO of London based startup CityBusters, Ferrah Raza. In this speedy Q & A session we get to know a little more about Ferrah's startup experiences including daily rituals, difficult decisions and how she stays motivated. The full list of questions can be ... -Read More

Questions From A Seedrs Investor: Part 1


In part one of a two part special, we're pairing up the founder and CEO of Firef.ly with one of his investors. Lindsey Grossman works within the Small Business Group at Intuit, and she recently invested in Firef.ly via the crowdfunding platform Seedrs. Although already an acquaintance of ... -Read More

Firef.ly: Raising Investment On Seedrs


In this episode we're joined by the founder and CEO of Firef.ly, Chad Cribbins. This is just one part of a few episodes and it focuses on the top line learnings Chad picked up after using crowdfunding platform Seedrs to raise investment for his startup.   Chad feels that the UK is ... -Read More

The Unsexy Way To Make $35 Million

In this episode we catch up with Chris Campbell, the co-founder of online form builder Wufoo which was acquired by Survey Monkey for $35 million. The startup launched back in 2006 with only $118,000 in angel money and they never needed to raise money again. It added payment processing options a ... -Read More

A Mobile App For Laundry: ZipJet founder Lorenzo Franzi


The original idea involved vending machines, but the advances of technology were such that ZipJet was actually born as a mobile app that's here to make your laundry experience easy and simple. It sounds too good to be true but alas, it's true! In this interview, former Investment Banker Lorenzo ... -Read More

Entrepreneur Q&A: Steve Callanan of WIREWAX


Steve Callanan is the CEO and Co-Founder of WIREWAX, the first taggable video tool; allowing content owners to add motion-tracking hotspots or ‘tags’ to people and objects in video and create their own interactive experiences. We met Steve at a recent business event and whilst we wern't able to ... -Read More