How to become a software developer – Mike Jones, Sheaf Digital

Mike Jones on software development, side projects, why and how he built the Sheffield Apprenticeships app and got it accepted into app stores, and how to become a software developer.

A horse and cart and a ReadyMart with Mazen Musaeed and Fran Ruiz Partida

Giving power back to independent stores with Mazen Musaeed and Fran Ruiz Partida. Plus a guest interview special: Dave Linton of Madlug interviewed by Heidi Fisher.

Studio Rife, Hallam Enterprise and Social Enterprise UK

How four students created their startup creative agency plus powerful new data about social enterprise in the UK

How to Write a Brilliant Business Book your Readers will Love with Vicky Fraser

Vicky Fraser covers the many benefits of writing a book and has brilliant practical advice to help you get your words on the page and your book written.

Julie Kenny: Saving Wentworth Woodhouse and an Astonishing Career in Business and Public Service

Julie Kenny has “worked her socks off” from a decision to change her life aged 18, to becoming a lawyer, building a business, and now helping to save Wentworth Woodhouse.

Shareholders’ Agreements, Resilience, Influencer Marketing, Social Media and Cyberbullying

Shareholders’ Agreements, Resilience, Influencer Marketing, Social Media and Cyberbullying

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.

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.

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.