Alana Spencer 
James Watt
Serious Pig

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Kathryn Franklin
Leah Hutcheon
Andy Hobson
Annabel Hibbert (Engineering Higher Apprentice) and Tom Zalewski (Advanced Technical Apprentice) at Rolls-Royces’s Apprenticeship Academy, Derby.

Annabel Hibbert (Engineering Higher Apprentice) and Tom Zalewski (Advanced Technical Apprentice) at Rolls-Royces’s Apprenticeship Academy, Derby.

Rolls-Royce joins the 5% Club

Rolls-Royce is the latest company to join the 5% Club, a group of businesses committed to upskilling their new recruits.

A Well&Truly good idea

A Well&Truly good idea

Sisters-in-law Sara and Maria Trechman launched Well&Truly two years ago in a bid to bring more delicious yet healthy snacks to the UK market. Today, they supply over 1,600 stores across the country…

Sea Ceptor

MBDA's Sea Ceptor Missile

MBDA lands £539m UK missile contract

Leading missile manufacturer MBDA has secured a £539m UK Government contract, safeguarding hundreds of high-skilled UK jobs.

Joe Formisano and Olivia Robinson

Joe Formisano and Olivia Robinson of DELIVITA

Why we started DELIVITA

Entrepreneurial uncle and niece duo Joe Formisano and Olivia Robinson tell BQ why they launched woodfired oven start-up DELIVITA and why they decided to manufacture them right here in the UK...

A1 Flue Systems

(l-r) TJ Duncan-Moir and John Hamnett

Around the world in 80 trades with A1 Flue Systems

TJ Duncan-Moir, the second generation owner of Nottingham's A1 Flue Systems, explains how focusing on export opportunities has helped the company continue growing despite economic and global uncertainties...

British Baby Box

(l-r) Sarah Simons and Susan Purse of British Baby Box

Thinking outside the box

Sarah Simons and Susan Purse are helping babies across the globe get off to the best possible start in life with their Nordic inspired British Baby Box. Bryce Wilcock reports.

Vivien and Howard Wong

Vivien and Howard Wong, founders of Little Moons

Why we started Little Moons

Siblings Vivien and Howard Wong gave up their successful careers in the City to launch mochi ice cream brand Little Moons back in 2010. Today, it is a £3m turnover business.

Tony Mullins of QRL

Tony Mullins of QRL Radiators

The benefits of a Welsh pipeline

Tony Mullins, executive chairman of Newport’s QRL Radiators, explains how investing in a Welsh supply chain has helped turn the company’s fortunes around. Bryce Wilcock reports.

Shoes by Shaherazad

Shaherazad Umbreen poses with some of her models

Good deed heels

Social entrepreneur Shaherazad Umbreen measures her company’s success not by the number of shoes she sells but by the number of women she helps, as Bryce Wilcock reports…