How Food Circle Supermarket increased revenue 10x in a year – new podcast

Food Circle Supermarket has grown 10-fold and founders Paul and James have numerous tips for ecommerce growth.

Will Chew, Mak Tok – From Missing Mum’s Cooking to Dragons’ Den Delight

The amazing story behind Mak Tok Chilli Paste, founded by Willl Chew while studying and now a Dragons’ Den success story.

Knife for Life with Chef Karim Maoui – New Podcast Interview

Karim Maoui is a highly-acclaimed chef and founder of Knife Life, a community project formed to address what’s been described as a rampant epidemic of knife crime. Knife Life aims to inform young people about the positive uses of a knife as a kitchen tool rather than as a weapon, giving them valuable experience, opportunities, and more choices in life.

Elixirs of Youth, Compostable Packaging and Family Business Without Fighting – Kathryn Danzey

Kathryn sells beauty drinks worldwide and answers my questions about the claims of the vitality and nutraceutical industry, sustainable packaging and running a family business.

School Seeks Better Air Quality with Business Boost Plus Crucial Social Investment Advice

A new project to improve air quality in a Sheffield school AND provide a “proof-of-concept” to other schools (policymakers too).

Rowan and CarolynN cover greening-up the playground at Hunters Bar Infants’ School, a research partnership with The University of Sheffield – and how businesses are helping to make the project possible.

And Tej, MD of social impact investment consultancy The Change Coefficient, has crucial advice about social investment and what should you think about if you run a mission-driven organisation and are seeking an investor.

Teaching Coding, Tech Skills Gaps, Getting Investment and Favourite Apps: Ben Atha, The Developer Academy

Ben Atha’s business teaches people to code and he has extensive tech and business insights to share in this episode.

Ruth Willis – looking for Sheffield’s Community Champions and a leadership philosophy

Ruth Willis on the Community Champions Awards which seek to recognise “unsung heroes.” Plus her philosophy of leadership and advice for other CEOs. And new, powerful stats about the value of freelancers to the UK’s economy.

From veteran to entrepreneur and employer plus the business benefits of working with Reservists and Veterans

Interviews with Lee Harris-Hamer of White Horse Cleaning Services and Phil Walton of The RFCA, on supporting entrepreneurship for veterans and the benefits of employing Reservists.

How to do business in Japan, get Government contracts and run an ethical business – Johnny Pawlik

Johnny Pawlik is global managing director of Mantra Media and co-founder of Atelier Japan. In today’s radio show: Ikigai, culture, ethics and purpose; doing business with Japan and a book recommendation.

How to test creative business adventures with Highland Bagpipe teacher, James Carnegie

How and why James Carnegie left a corporate career to become a bagpipe teacher – and how listeners can experiment with new creative adventures.