Lawrence Kenwright, founder of hotel business Signature Living, has experienced the highest highs and lowest lows of running one's own company.
He made millions with his first venture, then lost it all, then built himself back up, and he joine
John Vincent, one of the founders of healthy fast food chain Leon, joins us to explain how he started the company, why he wants to shake Donald Trump by the hand and why the company is planning to expand to the most saturated fast food market i
Shed Simove is an expert at taking an idea and running with it: he is the man behind the Flying F**k and the Rambant Rabbi, and has even created a bestseller out of a book containing 250 blank pages.
He joined us to explain why no idea is a bad
Finding a mortgage is never really fun and can sometimes be quite painful - but Daniel Hegarty is trying to change that.
The founder of digital mortgage broker Habito joined Caitlin on this week's podcast to talk about where he got the idea fo
Sara Fazlali is the founder of Secret Me, teaching CEOs, celebrities and the super-rich how to be James Bond in an ultra-luxe setting. She says skills like negotiation, poker and even seduction (ooo-err) can make you better at your job.
Running out of inspiration? Andy Bird, author of The Inspired Leader, joins us to explain the science behind inspiration, and how you can harness it to make yourself feel more inspired.
He talks about how the best leaders come up with good idea
Jude Ower, founder and chief executive of gaming platform Playmob, tells Caitlín how the power of games can be used to help good causes.
She shares her advice on starting a tech company, sexism in the tech and gaming industries and what it felt
YouTuber and all-round social media star Hannah Witton and James Erskine, director at Social Circle, joined us to delve into the world of social media influencers.
We found out how one becomes famous online, what makes it so useful for marketer
The man behind London fintech sensation Monzo joins Emma to talk about what inspired the UK's hippest challenger bank, how he deals with outages and why he is fending off dozens of takeover offers.
If you like this week's episode, please take
Matt Powell tells us how Breaking Barriers, the charity he founded and now leads, is helping refugees find jobs in the UK - and what listeners can do to help.
Joining Matt in the studio is Ammar, a Syrian refugee, who explains how the process
Thinkers 50 founder Des Dearlove joins us to explain the business lessons MBA professors think bosses need to learn - and why the US President could benefit from reading his management book, Dear CEO.
If you like this episode, why not pop ove
Will Butler-Adams, the boss of Brompton Bicycles, joins us to talk working with entrepreneurs, creating an iconic brand - and the blood, sweat and tears that went into the creation of the company's new foldable ebike.
If you like this week's e
To celebrate the start of our second series, we’re learning how to start again: career coach Caroline Arnold and Jeremy Torz, the founder of Union Hand-Roasted Coffee, share their experiences.
With thanks to Huckletree and White City Place.
For the final episode of season one, Yes Man author Danny Wallace tells us about his new book.
I Can't Believe You Just Said That asks why people are so rude - and what you can do about it when they are. From an Isis recruit who took offence at
This week in, the second of our tour of reporters during Emma's absence, Cait Morrison speaks to the author of Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People to find out how playing to your strengths is key to making friends and influencing p
Jack Parsons, CEO of yourfeed, has pledged to use his business to create two million youth employment opportunities by 2020.
At just 23, we find out his incredible story as Jack turned setback after setback into the determination to help young
Sophi Tranchell, managing director of Divine Chocolate and recent runner-up at the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Awards, talks about her brand's social enterprise as we ask - can business do good for the world, but still return a profit to the
The founder of the iconic Chrysalis Records talks about his entrepreneurial drive.
With businesses in music, radio, TV and even sports under his belt - Chris Wright talks about taking a punt on artists, how the industry has changed and why spor
Lost control of your inbox? Getting pathetic responses to your marketing emails? The City A.M. Academy for People Who Can't Email Good is here to help.
We're joined this week by Martin Perry, the man behind Taming Your Inbox, and Jon Buchan, th
Chris Barez-Brown has helped some of the world's biggest brands including Coca-Cola, Spotify and Unilever unlock their inner artists - and now he wants to help you become a more creative, happier person.
He joins us to explain why escaping "aut
This special minisode of the Unregulated podcast by City A.M. speaks to Sean Ellis who coined the Growth Hacking phrase that companies like Facebook, Uber and Air BnB use to continually adapt in order to grow their users. Sean gives his advice
How did Airbnb, Uber, Dropbox and the rest of Silicon Valley's finest go from zero to hero in a matter of months? Easy: they hacked their growth.
Sean Ellis coined the term growth hacking after taking Dropbox to international success. With his
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