When Jacob Porter-Jones found himself struggling to get a job he decided to open up his own clothing shop – in his mother’s front room.
She has made millions helping women enhance their cleavage with her Ultimo bra range.
Simon Griffiths, an Australian entrepreneur and a co-founder of Who Gives a Crap toilet paper is not getting off the toilet until he raises $50,000 to fill his warehouse with the first supply of his unique toilet paper.
A showcase makeover is marking out the Manly Gelatissimo kiosk which is now sporting 52 trays of gelato in its curved display cabinet instead of the customary 32 flavours on show in traditional shopfront layouts.
Cash Converters, which, celebrates its 20th year in the UK this year, has grown exponentially with over 660 stores in 21 countries worldwide and almost 220 in the UK, confirming the position as the UK’s number one.
BMO Bank of Montreal released a study of Canadian franchisees that indicates brand recognition and access to a large support network provide the greatest advantages to owning a franchise.
Water conditions are the key to mussel growth with the best temperatures between 65 and 75 degree Fahrenheit.
1859 – Westminster’s Big Ben rang for the first time in London.
Four brushes in only one accessory: this is the last invention of Cosmogen, a French company specialising in the design, development, and production of makeup and cosmetic packaging and applicators.
Missing your loved one’s kisses might just be a thing of the past with the invention of “The Kissenger”, an egg-shaped device with over-sized silicon lips that can send a kiss to someone far away, even in another country.