The TV presenter and nation’s favourite furniture restorer will talk about his experiences as a business owner and unconventional path to success.
Stansted resident Fred Cooke, 52, is fifth generation of Cooke pie and mash dynasty, founded in 1862, and will run shop with wife Zoë.
We All Love Cake owner Grace Marshall, who started her business at 13, opens new custom-built kitchen to meet growing demand.
Keith Warnell chose the Market Square café/deli as his winner following multiple nominations commending its customer service.
Team of five from Sawbridgeworth's HardSoft Computers raised £2,044 for the home of Bishop's Stortford Mencap by leaping from 13,000ft.
Fashion Flooring and Interiors has expanded into the former Cancer Research shop which was devastated by fire in July 2018.
Family-run biker outfitter branches out from online trading to physical premises by opening 'experience' store and ride-out destination.
Carol's of Bishop's Stortford to shut in South Street on September 30 and owner Carol Segal will open her new venture near Epping in October.
Amelia Rose Beauticians – which offers services from kids' pamper parties to care home treatments – is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Agility Life Sciences founder and CEO Professor Claire Thompson: 'The skills I learned playing football I use every day in business.'
Harlow College offshoot ramps up its Go On Girl campaign to train the next generation of engineers with a female-only course.
Karl Swanepoel, now in his last year of a computer science degree at uni in Wales, has developed a digital services matching site and app.
Staff at ITVET drove as far as Northampton and Aylesbury to pick up donated devices after TV news appearance resulted in offers of 550 laptops.
Award-winning Kim Boylett starts own practice in Sawbridgeworth with the help of her brother she performed with in covers band Guilty Pleasures.