Tue, 22 Apr 14
29 days remaining
Have you ever dreamed of becoming an entrepreneur and setting up your own business? Then this week's On The Money is for you. Declan gets tips, tales and insight from a star-studded panel including: perfumier Jo Malone; angel investor Dale Murray; smoothie king Richard Reed; and original Dragon Doug Richard. There are also contributions from: Julie Deane of The Cambridge Satchel Company; Nail Inc's Thea Green; skin care entrepreneur Liz Earle; night club impresario Peter Stringfellow; Mumsnet founder Justine Roberts; and jeweller Gerald Ratner. All this plus an interview with the most famous entrepreneur of them all...all in all, a rich and tasty Easter treat.
Sun, 13 Apr 14
20 days remaining
On tonight's show we talk to Digby, Lord Jones about his new role as BBC2's troubleshooter. Ruth Sunderland from the Daily Mail tells us that the Co-op needs to get its house in order.... and fast. And Simon Mottram, founder of cycle wear company Rapha, emphasies the importance of exports for his business.
Sun, 6 Apr 14
13 days remaining
Declan talks tecnology with Chris Maples, UK managing director of Spotify - he says school children need more opportunities to learn about technology. Phil Cox of Silicon Valley Bank tells us why the US bank has come to the UK, while Kathryn Parsons of Decoded explains why everyone needs a bit of computer coding in their lives. Meanwhile, comedian David Schneider is back on the show... and talks about how he is training companies to make the best use of social networking.
Sun, 30 Mar 14
6 days remaining
Declan Curry is joined by Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of advertising giant WPP who talks about the growing influence of Chinese businesses. Lesley Batchelor, director-general of the Institute of Export says British brands need to wear their badge with pride and Sean Pulfrey, founder of hairbrush company, Tangle Teezer explains how he turned his business into a world-wide fashion phenomenon.
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