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How to grow your business: Neill Ricketts, founder and CEO at Versarien

Throughout the last week, we have uncovered the tips and tricks of how to grow your business with exclusive interviews from the county's most exciting entrepreneurs and inspirational voices.

For our latest publication, we went to individuals who have either been there, done it, are still doing it (and who better to ask than them?) or have the kind of insight that could very well make a difference.

Last but not least is Neill Ricketts, founder and chief executive officer at Versarien,  Cheltenham-headquartered engineering firm, specialising in all things graphene.

Mr Ricketts has seen his firm go from a back bedroom start-up to AIM-listed company in three years. It relocated from the Forest of Dean to its current spa town headquarters as it grew rapidly, famously raising £3m in 20 minutes on AIM in November 2017 as investors scrambled to buy its shares.

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You can see the previous videos in the series here:

How to grow your business: Daniel O'Neill, founder at ProCook 

How to grow your business: Mark Stewart, founder and CEO at Stewart Golf 

How to grow your business: Jeanette Phillips, CEO at Flexicare 

How to grow your business: Simon Weston, CBE 

How to grow your business: Julian Dunkerton, entrepreneur 

How to GROW your business - July 2018

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