Case Studies

We've been speaking to some of London's growing businesses to understand what has helped them succeed.

   

Brompton

Since Andrew Richie’s first design concept in 1975 Brompton has gone from strength to strength in the bicycle manufacturing industry and has become one of the sector’s most iconic products, not just in London but worldwide. We met their CEO, Will Butler-Adams, for a chat at their new factory in Greenford, west London.     […]

King Apparel

Wanting to create a clothing brand that reflected their own lifestyle and culture, former professional snowboarder/skateboarder Tim Hoad and graphic designer Paul Linton created King Apparel in 2003, a London based streetwear brand. Back in 2015 we had a chat with CEO Tim Hoad to find out more about his journey in creating a successful […]

Camden Collective

  “What Collective offers is a roof over your head, free WiFi, and the ability to get on with it.”   Camden Collective is a regeneration project offering subsidised workspace to creative start-ups and training academies. The company evolves as new workspaces become available, and existing spaces are repurposed, but they have a keen following […]

Bolter Design

Graphic designer Laline Hay and architect Alice Taylor set up Bolter Design in September 2015. Before starting the business, Laline had spent a number of years working as a freelance graphic designer steadily building a client base, while Alice built her experience working full time in architecture studios. In joining forces, they have been able […]

Voxpopme

The people behind Voxpopme, a platform for consumers to voice their opinion, tell us about the challenges they faced when growing their business. CEO and Founder of Voxpopme, Dave Carruthers says that London is the optimum place for a start-up business purely down to the fact that the opportunities are endless. The vast business community […]