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I was in series one of the Apprentice and been bankrupt twice - but entrepreneurs shouldn't worry about failure

Raj Dhonota, who was in the first season of Lord Sugar's BBC show, found success in business but has been declared bankrupt twice. Now he is looking to launch a new venture in the US.


I exposed Wirecard's fraud - now I'll help others do the same: Whistleblower Pav Gill on new start-up

Gill's disclosures helped bring about the company's collapse - but he faced repercussions as he wasn't kept anonymous. He says his start-up, Confide, will change that for future whistleblowers.


Self-assessment: Who needs to file a tax return in January and will you face a hefty bill for selling online?

The countdown is on for millions of Brits who need to file their tax returns ahead of the 31 January deadline. We explain who needs to file a return and experts share their tips to get ahead.


I started a pop-up pre-loved clothes shop in Ramsgate and m...�12k in a month: Now my Positive Retail brand has three stores

Anna Woods launched Positive Retail in 2020 and what started as a small pop-up in her local town quickly became three permanent stores, which she hopes will bring some life back to the high stree...


Meet the founder of Eager Drinks - the small business taking its juices from cocktail bars to the kitchen table

You might not have heard of Eager Drinks but you'll almost certainly have tried it. The juice company has been a staple of pubs, bars and venues across the UK for 15 years - and now wants to sell...


I'm a student and want to make some extra cash - should I get a part-time job or start a side hustle? Dave Fishwick replies

I'm a student and want to make some extra cash to help with costs. Should I find a part-time job or could I start my own side hustle? This Is Money's business doctor Dave Fishwick replies.


Enterprise Nation teams up with TikTok to mentor and give grants to three of Britain's best small businesses

The platform, which supports 800,000 businesses every year, will offer a £5,000 grants to three small businesses every year which focus on community, trust and entrepreneurship.