UK managing director Dr Francis Paonessa spoke exclusively to Director within hours of the announcement
How Eric Le Corre breathed air back into the tyre giant
When Innocent sold a £30m stake to Coca-Cola in 2009, there were cries of sell-out and predictions of the ethical smoothie brand being swallowed up by a multinational culture.
In a global workforce of 10,000 how does Arup make sure their voices are heard?
While other sectors feel the pinch, the UK cycling industry is thriving. How long can its renaissance last?
How toys entrepreneur Alan Halsall rescued Silver Cross, pram-maker to the stars, and put the firm on track with innovative design, a world-class factory in China and an embrace of social media
Proud British success story could inspire a new generation of engineers
The US engineering giant is famous for tearing up the management rulebook
In this profile of the agricultural industry, Director discovers how the pioneering spirit of Yeo Valley’s Tim Mead turned a small West Country dairy farm into Britain’s leading organic brand
Tim Mead is not one for grand business plans. “At Yeo Valley we have what we call plan A,” he says. “The A stands for again—every time […]