Series 2

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1 - DAVID BUTTRESS

David is the former CEO and co-founder of Just Eat. David shares the entire story of Just Eat from starting in a basement with Jesper Buch in 2006 to becoming a £5 billion company. It wasn't all easy and David shares his top tips as one of our most successful Secret Leaders.

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2 - GAIL GALLIE

Gail is the co-founder of Project Everyone, the communications unit for the UN's sustainable development goals. After a career at the BBC and ad agency Fallon Gail tells her story of how she's spreading the word of how to make the world a better place than it is today..

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3 - Pete finlay

Pete Finlay is the co-founder of Songkick and Silicon Milkroundabout. In this episide (recorded on Pete's houseboat on the River Lea) he gives us a brutally honest account about his rollercoaster ride and the emotional drain that building his business took on him and the people around him.

 

4 - KAREN JONES

Karen Jones is the co-founder of the popular restaurant group Café Rouge. Her career is a textbook story of entrepreneurship.  Karen comes equipped with plenty of actionable advice on how you can create a brand people actually come back to. 

 
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7 - NICK WHEELER

Meet Nick Wheeler, the founder of Charles Tyrwhitt, the shirt company on a mission to make it easy for men to dress well. Our guest this week is a man who enjoys taking high-achieving to new levels every morning while eating breakfast.

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5 - MILLS

Monument Valley & Whale Trail are just two of the games that our guest this week is behind. Mills is the co-founder of product studio UsTwo. Known for his brutal honest Mills gives you an insight into how to build an app worthy of Apple's app of the year.

6 - Holly tucker

Our guest this week is the lovely co-founder of Not On The High Street, Holly Tucker (previously known as “Hurricane Holly”). Join us for an hour of inspiration, as Holly shares her secrets for balancing family, happiness, and business.

 
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8 - ALEX DEPLEDGE

Our guest this week is a feisty, joyous force of nature. Alex Depledge of the online cleaning giant - Hassle.com. She shares some serious wisdom on how, together with her co-founders, she ambitiously built the company before selling it for €32 million.

 
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8 - DR ALI PARSA

This is Dr Ali Parsa, Founder & CEO of Babylon Health, the world’s largest healthcare app. Coming to the UK as a refugee he is now revolutionising health care by providing affordable healthcare to the world and to be, in Ali’s own words, “the Google of healthcare”. 

 
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10 - DHIRAJ MUKHERJEE

Episode 10's guest is Dhiraj Mukerjee, one of the co-founders of Shazam, the terrifyingly popular app that has been downloaded over 1 billion times. Hear the story of how Dhiraj and his three colleagues grew Shazam from just the idea to its dazzling magnitude today. 

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11 - RENÉE ELLIOTT

Episode 11's guest takes life and food seriously. Meet Renée Elliott, the founder of Planet Organic, a principled, thoughtful, and always kind entrepreneur, here to offer some valuable life lessons and sound business advice.  

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12 - RANKIN

Rankin is arguably Britain’s most successful export to the fashion industry, and one of the world’s leading photographers. He is also well known for his phenomenal work ethic, his charitable pursuits within fashion and his fearlessness when creating art.   

 
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13 - ANNE-MARIE HUBY

Anne-Marie Huby is the co-founder of JustGiving. Chances are if you have donated to a charity in the UK you've done this through her platform. We discuss For-profit vs not-for-profit charities and their unusual first pitch and fundraising story.

 
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14 - VIJAY ESWARAN

Meet Vijay Eswaran, the founder of the QI Group, a deeply compassionate and thoughtful entrepreneur. He tells us his story of going from a Black Cab driver in London to one of Malaysia's wealthiest entrepreneurs. 

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15 - JO MALONE CBE

Our final guest of series 2 needs no introduction. Jo has been concocting scents since her teens and built her empire before selling to Estée Lauder. It's not all been straightforward though with plenty of ups and downs.