Episode 61: 28th March 2019

Scale Up Businesses, Finance for idiots and HRH The Prince of Wales form the basis of this week’s podcast.

We hear so much about business start ups but very little about what happens when the small business decides to scale up to join the big boys in the world of business. The Scale Up Institute provides a wealth of resources and information regarding these pivotal businesses and what they mean to the UK and global economies.

Our book review this week comes from FT Publishing and is called The Finance Book. Not only a useful reference book this title is educational and takes us on a logical easy to follow journey through the world of business finances. From start up to selling on and all things in between you will be gain a clear and straightforward insight into what you didn’t know you didn’t know.

Whilst he may not be the obvious choice as a business leader this week we focus our attention on His Royal Highness The Prince Charles Philip Arthur George, Prince of Wales, KG, KT, GCB, OM, AK, QSO, CC, PC, ADC(P),Earl of Chester, Duke of CornwallDuke of RothesayEarl of Carrick, Baron of RenfrewLord of the Isles and Prince and Great Steward of Scotland.

Whatever you think of the Royal Family there is more to HRH than meets the eye. With a wealth of business interests and charitable works his portfolio is varied, interesting and profitable. From organic foods to properties and plants there is much to explore from his other ‘day job’.

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