Jimmy Scott sets up a pop-up shop to try to test the market for his blazers.
Jimmy Scott visits a factory in Guangzhou, China to see if he can do a deal to get his blazers manufactured.
Caroline Bramley visits a factory in Suzhou, China to see if she can do a deal to get her prom dresses manufactured.
U.K. fashion designer Patrick Grant gives his advice to both Caroline and Jimmy on their business proposition.
Welcome to “Pop Up Start Up”. Each week contestants compete for £20,000 and all have the same rules to follow.
Judges Rita Clifton, Roger Wade and Pete Wild reveal what they’re looking for when it comes to a winning business idea.
Facing the judges for the first time contestant Jimmy Scott outlines his idea for clothing inspired by Kenya.
Facing the judges for the first time, contestant Caroline Bramley outlines her idea to break into the U.K. prom dress market.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on Main Street's surge in optimism following Donald Trump's election.
Entrepreneur Bill Rancic talks about his experience working at the Trump Organization.
The business minds behind a world class boutique winery in Lebanon explain why they chose a somewhat unexpected location to set up their business.
Brendan Ross, Direct Lending Investments president and founder, discusses why the jobs report will be a reason for investors to flee bonds. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Carla Harris, Morgan Stanley, weighs in on the economy, Trump's Carrier deal and job creation.
If you can dream it, they can realize it. Watch the U.K.'s brightest entrepreneurs set out to prove that the only way is up.
The rate of new start-ups in New Orleans places the city at the forefront of small business creation in the US.
Military entrepreneurs are reaching out to fellow vets to make the return to civilian life a success, in both business and a broader sense.
Craftsy offers 1,300 online classes that teach people crafts from quilting to cooking, knitting to photography.
Crystal McDonald, founder of Acrew, speaks to CNBC's Kate Rogers about how her company is reshaping the hiring process, targeting employers that are "traditionally high turnover."
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports that after Katrina, New Orleans has become a fertile ground for startups. She talks to one brewer who's helping to bring back the city, one beer at a time.
Martin Mucci, Paychex president & CEO, weighs in on the current state of small business following Donald Trump's election.