As entrepreneurs ourselves, we understand the challenges and risks involved in starting a new business. For that reason we believe we are ideally placed to give entrepreneurs the help they need to realise their dreams.
David Scott, Chairman and Founder LGT Vestra LLP
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Empowering you to realise your unique goals and aspirations is the objective of our relationship. We share your wish to reach a greater understanding of your wealth planning needs, offering advice and support throughout the lifecycle of your business from initial structuring through to planning an exit strategy.
We are one of the few global wealth management firms in private ownership. Founded in 2008, we are a UK-based partnership between LGT, wholly owned by the Princely Family of Liechtenstein, and the executive partners of LGT Vestra. For further information on our services, please visit our website: lgtvestra.com.
We are the proud headline sponsor of the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year ™ 2017.
A chance to meet...
Andrew Needham is a serial entrepreneur whose innovative and disruptive thinking has led to three successful ventures. The latest, HeadBox, a company born from frustration, scribbled on the back of a post-it note, is changing the way people think about and find space/s. Find out how the “Airbnb of event spaces” was started, why asking “why” is so important and what it is like to work for Andrew.READ INTERVIEW
Timothy Han is disrupting the perfume market. He is challenging a lot of the traditional notions around what a fragrance is and is interested in perfume beyond the bottle. Timothy Han/ Edition perfumes are manufactured in the UK and are now into their second “editions”. After working for fashion designer Galliano, Timothy made the somewhat accidental move into the entrepreneurial perfume space and we sat down with Timothy to find out more.READ INTERVIEW
Originally from the Ukraine, Yulia came to England to attend boarding school. After graduating from the London School of Economics with a Management degree, she worked as a Management Consultant in the Finance sector. In 2014, Yulia decided to take the plunge and leave the world of Finance and open her own blow dry bar, Duck & Dry in Chelsea.
Stepping into the world of blow drys and up dos was unfamiliar territory for Yulia but she had learnt from her time as a Management Consultant that it’s not about the long working hours, but rather the commitment to the cause. Yulia’s commitment paid off and she has now opened her second Duck & Dry blow dry bar in Oxford Circus. We were lucky enough to sit down with Yulia to hear the Duck & Dry story, how the USA and Japan have inspired her and why she classifies freedom and time as success.
When you meet Juliet you would be forgiven for thinking she has it all. A supportive husband, two happy children, a business - 2to3 days - that is growing faster than she can keep up and invitations to meet some of the UK’s most powerful leaders. We had the opportunity to meet Juliet to find out what made her start a recruitment company for mothers, the best advice she’s received and why we need to move away from 'pink' jobs and 'blue' jobs.READ INTERVIEW
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