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Planning the future

All businesses need to plan ahead, which usually means forecasting and budgeting. How many of us think about how we can positively influence the future? How many look to create something that will truly last? How many of us are planning the future?

Louella Schooley
Chirp Communications
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All things extreme

Al Gosling’s not one to do things by halves. He loves the adrenalin rush of extreme sports: surf, skate, snow. And he loves it so much that when he was just 24 he set up his company Extreme TV, distributing and selling sports TV programmes to appeal to...

Jane Chittenden
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Making money out of what you love

Al Gosling looks like a grown-up. His hair is relatively sensible and, although it isn’t tucked in, he is wearing a shirt with a collar. I think I half half-expected the CEO and Founder of a company called Extreme to be an over-enthusiastic...

Alex Ross
UEA Graduate
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The man behind the mobile

It’s not often that Neil Garner talks about himself rather than Proxama and the Next Big Thing in mobile tech, so we’re privileged to get a private peek at the ‘Man behind the Mobile’. Here’s his story of the journey from schoolboy geek to CEO...

Jane Chittenden
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The new new thing

You’ve got to be multi-faceted and multi-talented, because you need a huge amount of momentum to get past the inertia of a start-up. James Duez, serial entrepreneur and tech investor, tells his story.

Jane Chittenden
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A new entrepreneurial mindset in eleven steps

Matthew Rock knows what makes successful entrepreneurs tick. As the founder editor of Real Business, the UK’s first magazine for entrepreneurs, he’s interviewed more entrepreneurs than anyone else in the business – and he thinks it’s time we all...

Jane Chittenden
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