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The low-cost fitness concept has been operational since 2010 and has built up a network comprising 16 clubs around the UK, boasting almost 100,000 members. It switched to a franchising business model in 2017 – and hasn’t looked back since. India and Kenya have just come on board and there are ambitious plans to offer franchises in up to 100 more countries.
Theo’s best-selling autobiography was written with the help of easyPR’s ghost-writing team and is an inspirational rags-to-riches tale. Theo came to prominence as a feisty, no-holds-barred member of the hit BBC TV show Dragons’ Den and the book gives plenty of behind-the-scenes insights into that programme. Also covered is the dramatic deal for fallen stationery giant Ryman, which put him on the financial map, as well as Theo’s love affair with Millwall football club.
easyHotel is a stock market-listed super budget hotel chain, which was founded in 2004 by Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou with the core principle that travel should be for the many, not the few. In recent years, growth has been significant with nine hotels having opened in the last financial year alone. Today, the easyHotel network includes 38 hotels, covering 31 cities and ten countries.
POKER ace Phil Hellmuth is the world’s most famous poker player with tournament winnings of more than $20million and 15 coveted World Series Of Poker gold bracelets to his credit – more than any other player in history. California-based Phil is also the author of three best-selling books, Poker Brat, Deal Me In and Positivity, which promotes the key principles which have paved the way for his amazing success. In the upmarket online magazine, Milli-On-Air Global, Phil has a regular, exclusive column.
ENTRPRENEUR David Brierley has teamed up with easyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou to set up estate agency easyProperty, which aims to concentrate on local areas and grow organically turning region by region in the residential sales arena the colour orange. The company already has a strong presence in Wales, Corby, Kettering, Milton Keynes, Bedford as well as Luton, the home of easyJet. It plans to eventually sign up 72 local partners, each of whom will have two or three territories with individual territories comprising around 25,000 owner-occupiers. easyProperty offers three exclusive consumer packages that will benefit customers: an upfront charge of £795, including full-service package; £395 and £895 on completion, and a no sale, no fee of one per cent.
BRITISH artist Matthew Penn has just launched his first public gallery. He describes himself as a figurative sculptor and hyper realist painter – and his work really has to be seen to be believed. Penn’s highly unique style combines traditional techniques with contemporary visuals to reconnect his audience with the truly great art of the Old Masters. His work, using natural materials of metal, stone and glass, investigates the way in which light affects the visual structure of his subjects, something that dominates every element of his artistic being.
ENTREPRENEUR Nick Conn runs The Farm DayHab, a revolutionary addiction clinic helping men and women to beat their dependence on drink, drugs, gambling, love and sex. Based in Radlett, Herts, the residential day centre boasts leading experts and practitioners and offers unique equine-assisted psychotherapy. A former policeman whose cocaine habit led him to drug-running for the Albanian mafia, Nick has been helping to turn around the lives of people suffering from addictions. He has even written a book – The Thin White Line – which he describes as the “confessions of a cocaine cop”.