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Archive of North West Business Insider

Issue - April 2014

In this edition we reveal the War Chest 100, listing the companies in the region with the most cash to spend. There’s also an interview with the Boost juice bar founders and a special on made in the North West 2014.

Businesses have to evolve

Businesses have to evolve

The ongoing turmoil at the Co-operative Group is a lesson to the rest of the business community. The company has long been held up as the figurehead of the co-operative movement – but its crown is beginning to slip. In his shock resignation as chief executive, Euan Sutherland claimed that “fundamental modernisation” was required to safeguard the organisation’s future. It’s a stark reminder that all businesses - new and old - have to evolve to survive.
The impatient industrialist

The impatient industrialist

Colin Mustoe has transformed his small office furniture manufacturing business into a £100m enterprise that employs more than 1,000 people. Chris Maguire meets him and his son Robert, who is now managing director.
Healthy success for O'Sullivans

Healthy success for O'Sullivans

Richard O’Sullivan is best known as the man who built Millie’s Cookies. But now, together with his wife Dawn, he’s working on a new venture with the potential to be just as successful. Chris Maguire meets them.

Also in this magazine

  • The Verdict
  • Blackburn focus
  • SME 300
  • War Chest 100
  • Sector Security
  • Made in the North West
  • KTPs
  • Mobile working
  • 2014 broadband survey
  • James Whittaker interview
  • Lakeland's Sam Rayner
  • Delamere Dairy

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