Beauhurst: Promoting entrepreneurship became a central tenet of the UK’s economic strategy under the Cameron-Osborne premiership. By copying the ambition and innovation of Silicon Valley, the government hoped it could encourage a whole generation of entrepreneurs to reinvigorate an economy which was flailing in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crash. In some regards, this policy was a success – the UK is now the unicorn startup capital of Europe, and was recently named the most business-friendly country in the world by Forbes. Some of the founders behind this boom have helped found numerous successful startups – so-called serial entrepreneurs. In this post we’ve researched some of the UK’s top serial entrepreneurs, looking at the success of the companies they’ve founded.
Read about the Top 6 Serial Entrepreneurs, including our very own Dom Perks.