At Heathrow Express we like to celebrate doing things that bit smarter. If there was one business leader you wanted to sit down with and get some advice from who would you choose?
How about an interview with Sir Richard Branson? Or Sir James Dyson? What about some of the entrepreneurs who have appeared on BBC's Dragons' Den like Peter Jones or Deborah Meaden? We've put together this series of interviews with a host of brilliant business innovators to give you the ultimate in business inspiration and entrepreneur ideas.
We also learnt some interesting facts along the way – Richard Branson asks his mum for advice, Peter Jones used to sleep on the floor of a warehouse, Theo Paphitis' dyslexia is part of the reason he's so successful and Sir Martin Sorrell used to read the FT on his way to school.
With his annual best-seller cookery books, TV shows broadcast in over 100 countries, restaurants all over the UK and campaigns for better school meals - Jamie is one of the UK's most influential chefs. What are the ingredients for his success?
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Hotel Inspector, small business champion and the BBC's Fixer, Alex Polizzi has helped many companies in trouble. So, how does she turn around failing businesses?
Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington helped rewrite the media landscape – but her crazy work schedule made her seriously ill. How did she bounce back?
He’s the Michelin-starred chef who tests the experts’ skills on MasterChef: The Professionals. But there’s only one person who gets 10 out of 10 for a crumble. Find out whose dishes Marcus Wareing really enjoys tucking into.
A Dragons' Den regular, Peter Jones CBE is one of the UK's most high profile businessmen. He had to sleep on his office floor in the early days. Since then he has built a vast business empire – which includes photography chain Jessops. What are the secrets to his success?
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