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Georgie Frost

Luca Faloni - bringing Italian menswear to the world

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Luca Faloni - bringing Italian menswear to the world
Luca Faloni founded his eponymous menswear label after noticing that the style and quality of clothing in his native Italy wasn't available anywhere else. After studying politics, finance and economics, it was while living in America that the idea of setting up the label came to him. Luca joined Share Radio's Sara Macham in the studio to talk about his company in more detail.
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Luca Faloni


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Georgie Frost

How Culture Trip has turned into one of Forbes 2017 Fast-Growing British Companies to Watch

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

How Culture Trip has turned into one of Forbes 2017 Fast-Growing British Companies to Watch
This morning Georgie was joined by Dr. Kris Naudts, Culture Trip's founder and CEO. Kris, is a former academic psychiatrist turned media entrepreneur and his company Culture Trip was recently named as one of Forbes 2017 Fast-Growing British Companies to Watch and has received $20M in funding from investors PPF Group.
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Dr. Kris Naudts


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Georgie Frost

The News Review: Poor mobile 4G coverage is worse than Peru

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

The News Review: Poor mobile 4G coverage is worse than Peru
Today on the agenda, Georgie Frost and David Braithwaite from Citrus Financial Management discussed how British consumers have been hit by a total of 300-million pounds worth of unarranged overdraft fees. Plus they look into why mobile 4G coverage "varies widely" across the UK - and is worse that Estonia and Peru. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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David Braithwaite


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Georgie Frost

Michel Barnier says he can't give a "definitive" Brexit cost

Georgie Frost
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Share Radio Morning

Michel Barnier says he can't give a "definitive" Brexit cost
Michel Barnier is putting out his Brexit negotiation guidelines this morning. Georgie and Billy Bambrough of Verdict.co.uk discussed more of what he said.
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Billy Bambrough


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Nigel Cassidy

Could Italian airline Alitalia be permanently grounded?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Could Italian airline Alitalia be permanently grounded?
Italy's troubled flagship airline Alitalia will formally request to enter bankruptcy proceedings, after workers rejected a restructuring plan. The company has received more than 7 billion euros from the Italian state over the last decade. But without further support, it may end up permanently grounded.
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Dijedon Imeri


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Nigel Cassidy

How is the sterling affecting the retail sector?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

How is the sterling affecting the retail sector?
Analysts are predicting underlying pre-tax profits for Sainsbury’s to be about £578m in its full-year results tomorrow, down from £587m last year. City observers are concerned that the company is leaning too heavily on its recent acquisition of Home Retail, which includes Argos and Habitat. Argos delivered growth of 4.3 per cent in the fourth quarter, like-for-like food sales in the same period fell 0.5 per cent.
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Richard Perks


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Nigel Cassidy

Is Brexit damaging the UK advertising market?

Nigel Cassidy
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Share Radio Breakfast

Is Brexit damaging the UK advertising market?
A recent study from the Advertising Association has found a fifth of companies surveyed lost business due to the Brexit vote. James Murphy, Adam & Eve/DBB co-founder and AA chairman, said that "On the Friday afternoon of the vote, I got a phone call from a large North American client cancelling a contract, with the question: ‘What the hell have you guys done?’
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Steve Stokes


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Ed Bowsher

Brussels eyes up the Euro-clearing market in London

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

Brussels eyes up the Euro-clearing market in London
Brussels is set to try and grab the London-based euro-clearing market according to reports today. This follows the news that last week's Downing Street dinner for Theresa May and EU Commission boss Jean-Claude Juncker didn't go well. Could the market be a source of tension in Brexit negotiations, or will it be a useful bargaining chip for the UK? Ed Bowsher spoke to John Rentoul, Chief Political Commentator for The Independent.
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John Rentoul


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Sue Dougan

Track Record: Nadim Sadek

Sue Dougan
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Track Record

Track Record: Nadim Sadek
Sue Dougan meets branding and marketing expert Nadim Sadek. Nadim founded Sadek Wynberg Research in the 1990s, later sold on to WPP - he conducted research for the development of brands and communications for many of the world's blue-chip companies, including Unilever, Bacardi Global Brands, Kimberly-Clark, Vodafone and Sony Ericsson.
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Nadim Sadek


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Ed Bowsher

BP reveals slick Q1, moves back into black

Ed Bowsher
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Share Radio Afternoon

BP reveals slick Q1, moves back into black
BP has released its first quarter results today, revealing that - on a replacement cost basis - it's gone back in the black. Is this all down to the recently rising oil price or are other factors at play? For more on this and the day's corporate news, Ed Bowsher spoke to Dan Thomas, Deputy Companies Editor at the Financial Times.
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Daniel Thomas


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