Sophy Buckley is an experienced business journalist. She spent years at the Financial Times as a reporter and editor before becoming a freelance writer and editorial consultant.
Hazel Davis is a writer working across a wide range of subjects including business, property and lifestyle for a variety of publications including the Telegraph, Times, Guardian and Financial Times. She contributes weekly to the Times Enterprise section and is writing a book about young entrepreneurs.
Hugh Wilson has been writing professionally for about 18 years. His work has appeared in or on the Telegraph, Independent, Guardian, Times, BBC, MSN (in the UK and around the world), Yahoo, The Australian, Melbourne Age, Daily Mail, Express, Mirror and The Big Issue. He once wrote the blog of a talking volcano called George.
Chris Price is a journalist, blogger and copywriter. He began his journalistic career in 1992 writing about satellite TV and has written for national newspapers, including the Times, Sunday Times, Guardian, Mail on Sunday, Daily Mirror and Telegraph. A passionate swimmer, Chris is also a qualified lifeguard.
Iain Aitch is an author and journalist who has written for the Guardian, Telegraph, Financial Times and Sunday Times. He is also London editor of US architecture title Dwell and works as a media consultant for a number of businesses. He is just starting work on his third book.
Tracey is a financial writer and editor who honed her skills on several national newspapers over a 14 year period. She was variously a personal financial correspondent on The Observer, a business reporter at The Sunday Times and City and business editor of Sunday Express during the credit crunch and ensuing financial crisis.
Andrew Cave writes on banking and business issues for the Sunday Telegraph and is a columnist for Forbes magazine. He interviewed 200 CEOs for the bestselling book The Secrets of CEOs.