Accountant with heart and soul PLUS Dom the Pack Leader – new radio show interviews

Interview with dog trainer and pet business coach, Dom Hodgson, and (in the words of a listener) an accountant with heart and soul, Steve Knowles.

Interview with Webmart’s Marxist Capitalist CEO Simon Biltcliffe

Interview with Simon Biltcliffe, CEO and founder of Webmart and “Marxist-Capitalist” on using business to create and share value. Plus photographer Vincent Tremeau in this latest radio show podcast.

New radio show: Jane Weston, Mo Ali, Nick Temple

Radio show covering workforce development, international aid, procurement, social enterprise trends, bidding for contacts and more – with guests Jane Weston, Mo Ali (Aid Works) and Nick Temple (SEUK).

Interview: bean-to-bar Bullion Chocolate founder Max

Interview with Max Scotford of award-winning bean-to-bar chocolate business, Bullion Chocolate and Rob King, business start-up advisor at Sheffield Hallam University.

Women hit their crowdfunding targets more than men – across sectors and the world

Yesterday The Crowdfunding Center and PwC published the new joint report, Women Unbound: Unleashing female entrepreneurial potential, which explores the experience of women in achieving finance raising success through seed crowdfunding compared with more traditional finance raising routes. I was one of the two lead authors of the report.

Shoot your story arrow with stoic author

A “grand tour of marketing” with stoic northern grump Rob Drummond, in a comprehensive radio interview. Rob covers storytelling, building trust, marketing automation tools and much more in this podcast, first broadcast in my Sheffield Live radio programme.

Don’t headbutt time; do get a bra that fits – new interviews

Advice for social entrepreneurs from Pam Warhurst, founder of Incredible Edible: “don’t headbutt time.” And an interview with Lucy May Lingerie founders, Natalie Mosley and Paula Walsh, and with Plot44 Chair, Mark Ramsell. New radio show podcast.

Interviews: business resilience despite uncertainty plus an award-winning charity

Ensure your business is protected, as far as possible, from the impact of uncertainty and learn from an accountant who has survived and thrived through five recessions (and helps his clients to do the same). Plus an award-winning charity has some great advice about how to engage and empower volunteers.

Predictions of business limbo: as robust as a reading of the rennet?

When the UK election exit polls were published on Thursday evening, I knew we were in for a long night. Many pollsters, pundits and media commentators had predicted a somewhat different result. Perhaps they would have been better using the ancient art of tyromancy to foretell the outcome. Tyromancy, in case for some reason you’re […]

Holding down an Octopus to build a British clothing brand

Jilly and Neil Kapusi of Ushi discuss the journey of Ushiwear – which Jilly launched in 2008 and grew from a garage based hobby business to a thriving British hand printed brand, selling all over the world. How have they developed the brand and increased ecommerce sales – and what support did they get from the Google Digital Garage? Listen to the podcast here.