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Nigel Cassidy

Does being our own boss make us happier? Michelle Ovens ahead of Small Business Saturday

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Does being our own boss make us happier? Michelle Ovens ahead of Small Business Saturday
On the eve of Small Business Saturday, its Director, Michelle Ovens, joined Share Radio Breakfast to look ahead to the event. Research by the Small Business Saturday campaign found that being our own boss makes us happier. It also said that economic and political uncertainty has failed to leave its mark on the sector. Michelle offered further insight into this.
Guests:

Sara Sjölin, Michelle Ovens


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Georgie Frost

Cheryl Spain, a Yoga and Pilates teacher discusses starting her own business

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Cheryl Spain, a Yoga and Pilates teacher discusses starting her own business
What does it take to start up your own business? Guts determination and lots of energy. In the business world, some of the stories are truly inspirational. And in Cheryl Spain's case, it's no different. Back in 2013 Cheryl was a single parent with one dream - to create and run her own fitness studios. No money; very little and now she runs Fitness Fusions in a large building in Clapham. She joined Georgie in the studio to tell her story.
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Cheryl Spain


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Nigel Cassidy

Young Entrepreneur of the Year Luke Johnstone on starting his business Pack'd

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Young Entrepreneur of the Year Luke Johnstone on starting his business Pack'd
Luke Johnstone, Founder of PACK'D, a frozen smoothie kit making business, was awarded last night Young Entrepreneur of the Year at the Amazon Growing Business Awards. We started by asking him how he started his own business and the idea behind it.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Luke Johnstone


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Sue Dougan

Bianca Miller - Apprentice Finalist and Founder of The BE Group on young female start ups.

Sue Dougan
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Bianca Miller - Apprentice Finalist and Founder of The BE Group on young female start ups.
It seems young women appear to have the magic touch when it comes to starting successful businesses. According to new research, 'young businesses' run by those women under 35 are three times less likely to make a loss than those owned by over 55's. To get the inside story Sue Dougan was joined by Bianca Miller, Apprentice finalist and founder of The BE Group.
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Bianca Miller


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Linda Lewis (1)

Company Casebook: GapCap

Linda Lewis (1)
Original Broadcast:

Company Casebook

Company Casebook: GapCap
Linda meets the team at GapCap, an easy, fast and flexible cashflow solution, facilitating growth for SMEs, by providing capital to fund the gap between what companies are selling and the day the money arrives in the bank

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Nigel Cassidy

Tom Floyd of Foenix Partners on the Autumn Statement, US Federal Reserve's rate rise, the Italian Constitutional referendum, and Europe's elections

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Tom Floyd of Foenix Partners on the Autumn Statement, US Federal Reserve's rate rise, the Italian Constitutional referendum, and Europe's elections
Tom Floyd, Senior Sales Trader at corporate forex broker Foenix Partners, joined Share Radio to look ahead to the Autumn Statement. He talks US Federal Reserve's Chair Janet Yellen indication that interest rates could rise "relatively soon", whilst also looking ahead to the Italian Constitutional referendum and Europe's elections.
Guests:

Emma Wall, Tom Floyd


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Nigel Cassidy

Founder and CEO of Vend on New Zealand tech economy

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Founder and CEO of Vend on New Zealand tech economy
Vaughan Rowsell, Founder of Vend, a New Zealand tech business, and Alex Fala CEO of the company, joined Share Radio to talk about the New Zealand tech economy. They also shared their thoughts on the recent earthquake that has struck New Zealand's South Island.
Guests:

Rachel Winter, Vaughan Rowsell, Alex Fala


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Nigel Cassidy

Profit Watch report released - Helal Miah on UK plc performance

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Profit Watch report released - Helal Miah on UK plc performance
Pre-tax profits of companies that reported annual results between July and September are down by almost 77% to £3.2 billion. The dominant mining sector in particular dragged down FTSE 100 stock profits. BHP Billiton reported a near £5 billion loss, but the smaller mid-cap companies shone. All this is revealed in Profit Watch, the latest quarterly report of earnings from The Share Centre. Nigel Cassidy spoke to Helal Miah, Investment Research Analyst at the Share Centre, to get an insight into the latest profit performance of UK plc: starting with the pressures on the earnings of large multinationals and focusing on BHP Billiton.
Guests:

Rachel Winter, Helal Miah


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Nigel Cassidy

Is Trump's victory a blow to "Brand USA"?

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Is Trump's victory a blow to "Brand USA"?
Allyson Stewart-Allen, CEO at International Marketing Partners and author of Working with Americans, joined Share Radio to share her view of a damaged "Brand USA", following Trump's election. She said that the only individual who can fix the image of the country is the occupant of the White House, and she had few tips for him.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Allyson Stewart-Allen


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Nigel Cassidy

Robert Merrylees on the shipping industry's expectations for next year.

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Breakfast

Robert Merrylees on the shipping industry's expectations for next year.
Rodolphe Saadé, an executive of French shipping giant CMA CGM, said earlier this week that none of the top twenty biggest container-shipping companies are likely to post a profit in 2016. He said that container shipping: "has been strangled by two years of rock-bottom freight rates that have caused some operators to go bankrupt and others to seek partnerships to stay afloat." To find out what is expected for next year, Share Radio's Matt Cox sought out Robert Merrylees, Policy Analyst at the UK Chamber of Shipping.
Guests:

Louise Cooper, Robert Merrylees


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