Monocle 24: The EntrepreneursAuthor: Monocle
23 Jan 2018

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

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Monocle 24’s weekly tour of the most inspiring people, companies and ideas in global business, whether they are starting from scratch, reinvigorating the family firm or developing new technology.

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    Eureka 81: Voysis, Peter Cahill

    Peter Cahill is the founder of Voysis, an Irish start-up that has developed an intelligent personal assistant to rival the likes of Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa. Cahill tells us about his journey and why being independent is an advantage in the market.

  • Posted on 19 Jan 2018

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    Basque masters

    Melody Adams and partner Nemanja Borjanovic were working in the City before a trip to San Sebastián inspired them to quit and open a restaurant. Serving traditional Basque cuisine, Donostia was launched in 2012 in London's Marylebone; just three years later their second restaurant, Lurra, opened its doors on the same street. So how, with no previous experience, do you become a success in one of the world's toughest industries?

  • Posted on 17 Jan 2018

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    Eureka 80: Marc Popper – Café Paradiso

    Marc Popper is the co-founder of Italian-inspired espresso bar and restaurant Café Paradiso in Geneva. In this episode he tells us how his previous work in branding helped him conceptualise the Paradiso and how he partnered with his previous clients to open it.

  • Posted on 12 Jan 2018

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    East London Liquor Company

    Alex Wolpert is the founder of the East London Liquor Company, a distillery located in a former glue factory in Bow Wharf. Founded in 2013 with the intention of reviving east London’s lost legacy of distilling, the company now produces around 15,000 bottles a month. Wolpert explains how the brand is able to produce affordable spirits in the costly capital.

  • Posted on 10 Jan 2018

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    Eureka 79: Bather, Kyle Kaminsky

    Founded in 2013, Bather was the product of an incorrectly packed suitcase sent to Croatia that led Kyle Kaminsky to realise that there was a gap in the market for affordable high-quality men’s swimwear. He decided to start his own brand of colourful trunks made locally in his native Canada, catering primarily to a North American market. Here Kyle tells us the story behind Bather.

  • Posted on 05 Jan 2018

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