Anthony and Richard Joseph from Joseph Joseph, Josh Rathour from UNiDAYS and Damien Lee from Mr Lee’s Noodles are three business success stories set to be celebrated in this year’s Maserati 100 index, published in association with The Sunday Times on Sunday 29th April.
The fourth edition of the Maserati 100 celebrates 100 innovators – those who have turned a big idea into a successful business. The list recognises the dedication of those entrepreneurs from start-ups to established businesses.
Maserati itself was founded over 100 years ago by the entrepreneurialism of the Maserati brothers who were very much innovators of their time. Now, in 2018, Maserati continues with the same innovative mindset, and the annual definitive list of 100 dedicated entrepreneurs looks to celebrate the forward-thinking spirit of those like-minded business leaders.
Entrepreneurs included in this year’s prestigious index include:
Emily Orton; DarkTrace.
The world leader in Enterprise Immune System technology for cyber security.
Anthony and Richard Joseph; Joseph Joseph.
Innovative and functional kitchenware and bathroom organisation.
Josh Rathour; UNiDAYS.
UNiDAYS connects brands and services with 142 million students in 32 countries, building lifelong brand affinities.
Michelle Kennedy and Greg Orlowski; Peanut.
Peanut is a smart, mobile solution for mothers to chat, meet up with, and learn from like-minded women.
Damien Lee; Mr Lee’s Noodles.
Having been given a life-changing diagnosis, Damien Lee created Mr Lee’s Noodles – healthy instant noodles; gluten free with no artificial ingredients and 100% recyclable.
The Maserati 100, a four-page pull out supplement, will be published in the Business section of The Sunday Times on Sunday 29th April, with more information, exclusive interviews and video content available here.
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