For this week’s episode of new podcast series Business Lives, we welcomed the founder of Mrs Bucket Rachael Flanagan.
Flanagan founded cleaning business Mrs Bucket when she was just 18 years old, quickly growing the company into an award-winning business.
Based in the UK, the company now employs over 300 staff with a turnover of over £3.5m, and has a client retention rate of 98%.
In the interview, Flanagan – who was named FSB’s Young Entrepreneur Award – speaks about founding a business while she was still a teenager, how she has grown the business, and what she plans for the future of the company.
The Welsh Entrepreneur Rachael Flanagan is also holding a event in South Wales where like minded business’s can spend the day planning and working on their business to take it to the next level. More information can be found Here
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On today's podcast: W Resources provide an update on progress at La Parrilla, its tungsten-tin mine in Spain. Emmerson completes the Environmental Baseline Study at their potash project. Malcy talks about: Eco Atlantic O&G, Range Res, Bahamas Petroleum & Hurricane Energy. John Stepek author of Sceptical Investor.
SP Angel daily look at commodities and miners, featuring: Bluebird Merchant Ventures* (BMV LN) – Funding raised to complete pre-construction phase for Gubong gold mine Cora Gold* (CORA LN) – Sanankoro oxides demonstrate up to 97% gold recoveries Chaarat Gold* (CGH LN) – Joint venture to build gold mine in Kyrgyzstan Strategic Minerals* (SML LN) – Moving to 100% ownership of Redmoor
John Peters, Managing Director of Strategic Minerals, commented: "The recent resource upgrade has highlighted the potential world class nature of the Redmoor Tin/Tungsten project and has given the Board confidence to consolidate control.”
Five financial stories, trending today in a 70 second podcast, including: Accrording to the the British Chambers of Commerce, UK companies look set to cut investment by the most in 10 years in 2019 because of Brexit, even if Prime Minister Theresa May gets a deal to ease the country out of the bloc.