Former BBCTV Dragons’ Den ‘Dragon’, Rachel Elnaugh is the creator of the ‘Red Letter Days’ experience brand. She is now a business speaker, published author and award-winning business mentor. Rachel is CEO of www.source.tv
Sir John Hegarty is one of the world’s most awarded admen. Read about the early days at Saatchi and Saatchi to Bartle Bogle Hegarty, the global company he runs today.
Named as one of the 100 Greatest Black Britons, Ozwald started tailoring at the age of 16 and has a large celebrity client list. Ozwald is also an avid philanthropist and founded the Made in Africa Foundation.
Antonio Carluccio, OBE OMRI was an Italian chef, restaurateur, and founded Carluccio’s.
Priscilla Carluccio, owner of Few and Far, previously creative director of the Conran Shop and co founder of Carluccio’s restaurants.
Duncan Bannatyne OBE is most famous for his appearance on the BBC programme Dragons’ Den. He was appointed an OBE for his contribution to charity. He has written seven books.
Innocent was set up by 3 university friends, Richard, Adam and Jon. They spotted a gap in the market for a product that was totally fresh, natural and that actually did you some good.
Creative Design Director at Karen Millen and previously Head of Design at FCUK. Tracey has also designed clothes for Topshop,
Paul Arden (7 April 1940 – 2 April 2008) began his amazing career in advertising at the age of 16. Paul also authored several books on advertising and motivation.
Debbie took ROC Recruitment to The Sunday Times/Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 League Table. Debbie was appointed in June 2011 as a Mentor for the Cherie Blair Foundation.
Trevor Beattie has created highly visible campaigns and worked with icons such as Muhammad Ali, Buzz Aldrin, Richard Branson and Nelson Mandela.
Simon Woodroffe OBE is an English motivational speaker and entrepreneur. He started the sushi chain YO! Sushi in 1997,and appeared as a “Dragon” on the first UK series of Dragons’ Den.
In 2003, Rupert joined McCann Erickson as UK Chairman President EMEA. 4 years later he became Managing Director in the Broadcast & Online division at ITV PLC. Rupert joined Trinity Mirror PLC as Group Development Director in 2013.
Alan Yau OBE is a British-Chinese restaurateur who founded the Wagamama chain in the UK. He was awarded an OBE in the 2006 New Year Honour’s List for services to the restaurant industry.
Sir Charles William Dunstone, CVO is co-founder of Carphone Warehouse, former chairman of Dixons Carphone, and executive chairman of the TalkTalk Group. In 1989 at age 25, he set up The Carphone Warehouse with £6,000.
Former Executive Creative Director of AMV BBDO, former president of D&AD, and former screenwriter of ITV’s Married Single Other. Peter is currently embracing TBWA’s Disruption principle.
Chris Phillips is a serial entrepreneur behind ‘Dot 5 Hosting’ and ‘Just Develop It.’ He was born in Portsmouth, England, and has been among one of the richest teenagers under 20.
Tim Well is an entrepreneur and CEO who founded Incisive Media in 1995 with 13 people and £275k. He built a business that had revenues of over £250 million in under 13 years.
George has led the modernisation of brands such as The Olympics, Orange, Guinness, Tate Modern and the country of Iceland.
He is recognised in Campaign’s A-list every year.