Our Chamber Breakfasts always include an engaging talk by a speaker, so if you’ve missed out on an event, or would like to listen to the talk again, click to listen below. We also have podcasts available to listen to from the Brighton Business Show.

Seventeen years ago, Jonathan Hirsch designed an electric guitar - then spent twelve years promising himself that "One day I'll do something with it"...

Nicholas Röhl's involvement in the restaurant business began as a nineteen-year old working on the shop floor of an industrial factory in the countryside just outside of Tokyo.

David Marks co-founded Marks Barfield Ltd architects in 1989 with Julia Barfield. In 1994 David and Julia founded the London Eye Company, which they remained directors and shareholders of until 2006.

Ten years ago, Rob Shepherd earned his living as a writer-director in the world of film and television, with a new, small, local webhosting company as an accidental sideline.

Dan Wilson is Brighton born and bred and works as a freelance consultant specialising in eBay, ecommerce, internet marketing and social media. He is also a copywriter and the bestselling author of Make Serious Money on eBay UK.

John Keenan is business editor at The Argus, covering the vibrant and varied Sussex business scene. He has lived in Brighton for more than 20 years.

Would you like to know more about how the public sector plans to outsource after the cuts, how the city's road works are co-ordinated or what effect business has on the local environment?

Whilst living and working in Brighton, The Big Lemon founder Tom Druitt became frustrated with the inability of public transport to provide a solution to the nation's transport needs whilst addressing the issue of climate change.

The Young Parent's Project was founded in 2006 by mum and nutritionist Nina Ross, inspired by her work with pregnant teenagers and her own sister becoming a parent at eighteen.

Phil Frier has been the Principal of City College Brighton and Hove since August 2007.