He co-founded one of the biggest names in retail, but American Zev Siegl has the manner of an enthusiastic schoolteacher.
That’s because he initially taught history at a school in Seattle before launching Starbucks with Gerald Baldwin and Gordon Bowker in 1971. It is now the largest global coffeehouse company with over 20,000 outlets.
After five years of economic dearth, a UK government investment of more than £400 million has been welcomed by business figures and diplomats. What’s more, it is set to boost economic ties between the UK and Israel.
At least £15 million of the £415 million injection will go towards fostering entrepreneurial initiatives in universities across eight UK cities.
For many UK citizens, sports betting and fantasy football are popular pastimes.
At least four million people in the UK play fantasy sport games, according to London-based entrepreneur David Galan, who has fused the football and betting industries with his gaming company, Picklive.