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Emilie Sandy

Emilie Sandy

Aside from dashing between the Cotswolds and London to shoot business types for magazines such as EB and TV stars for the Beeb, Sandy is also a visiting lecturer at a college in Stroud – not to mention a proud mother to son Freddie and daughter Fjola. She has photographed our cover stars since our very first edition. You know what they say – if it ain’t broke...

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A monster success

Sunday, 19 August 2012 Hannah Prevett

A monster success
Michael Acton Smith has it all: a business with a nine-figure turnover, fame, respect, and is soon to be the proud owner of his own island. But life wasn’t always so good...

The export factor

Monday, 08 October 2012 Hannah Prevett

The export factor
Paul Lindley is a man with his eye on the prize – going from two products in one UK supermarket to 76 products in 12 countries in just six years, kids’ food brand Ella’s Kitchen is no one hit wonder

Playing his cards right

Monday, 05 November 2012 Hannah Prevett

Playing his cards right
When Richard Moross first founded moo.com, he had an absolute gem of an idea. But it didn’t work. Customers just didn’t get it. Then, one little pivot was all it took to blow the competition out of the water

Still standing

Wednesday, 05 December 2012 Hannah Prevett

Still standing
The year 2013 will mark King of Shaves’ 20th birthday. The past two decades haven't been smooth sailing, but with founder Will King’s firm hand on the tiller, the business has survived and thrived – becoming one of the UK’s favourite home-grown brands

Higher ground

Thursday, 03 January 2013 Hannah Prevett

Higher ground
Dismissed by her teachers as unrealistic and written off as a young single mother, Kanya King overcame all the odds to found Europe’s largest urban music awards show

Striking gold

Monday, 04 February 2013 Emilie Sandy Hannah Prevett

Striking gold
In a downturn, strong, fast-growth businesses are like gold dust: we need them if our economy is to grow and thrive. Birmingham’s Bullion By Post is well and truly a child of the recession

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