Audioboom Group plc, the
podcasting company backed by property mogul Nick Candy, has announced record
quarterly revenue it is latest trading update.
The company said trading
was in ‘line with management expectations’ with record!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
The CEO at podcasting business Audioboom Group plc, which is backed by property mogul Nick Candy, has stepped down with immediate effect.
Rob Proctor has left the
position and been replaced by current COO Stuart Last on an interim basis!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
Property mogul Nick Candy has been revealed as one of the backers of a futuristic psychometric testing venture which has recently raised a further $4.5m to develop its business.
Arctic Shores was founded in April 2014 by Robert Newry!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
tycoon Christian Candy has bought up large parts of the neighbourhood around
his Surrey home to create one huge estate, a
report in the Daily Mail says.
Candy has not only spent £30m buying the mansion where he and!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
Property mogul Christian Candy and his wife Emily have bought their four children a £1.2m house to help them gain an understanding of the property development business.
The Daily Mail says that the couple have bought the three bedroom!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
VibePay, which is being
backed by property mogul Nick Candy’s Candy Ventures through an investment in
The Vibe Group, has been granted authorisation from the FCA to
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Property mogul Nick Candy has won his legal battle in a case relating to his £175m One Hyde Park penthouse, the Daily Mail reports.
Businessman Michael Brown alleged
that in 2016 he had been negotiating the sale of the flat on behalf of!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
Property mogul Nick
Candy’s Candy Ventures has invested a ‘significant seven figure sum’ in tech
business The Vibe Group it is reported.
Vibe Group Holdings operates ticket resale platform Vibe Tickets and peer to peer mobile payment!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
An Irish newspaper is
reporting that property mogul Christian Candy has spent £9m on a mansion in Surrey.
The Irish Times says that
Gayle Killilea, the estranged wife of bankrupt Irish developer Sean Dunne, sold
Belgravia House in!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
The Sun newspaper has
published what it says are the first pictures of property tycoon Christian
Candy’s mega mansion on Chester Gate, Regent’s Park, London and claims it is
the most expensive house in the UK.
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Property tycoon Nick Candy
bought Blippar for a fraction of what it was once valued at, it has been
The Times claims that the company was ‘sold to Candy for a song’ as he paid just £450,000 for the IP of the company which had!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
Property tycoon Nick Candy
is facing a £1.5bn legal claim, it is reported.
A story in the Daily Mail says
that the claim is being made by company director Michael Brown who was involved
with a prospective sale of Candy’s £160m penthouse!-->!-->!-->… Read More...
Property mogul Nick Candy appears to be gambling on a change of investment strategy by investing in a new start up site for amateur gamblers called Betconnect.
Candy’s investment comes just weeks after the failure of another business he… Read More...
Property tycoon Nick Candy has sold himself his own penthouse in One Hyde Park for £160 million, making it Britain’s most expensive home ever sold.
Candy, who developed One Hyde Park with his brother Christian, has owned the two-storey… Read More...
Billionaire property developer Christian Candy has enraged his neighbours after starting work on a multi-million pound front garden development.
The garden forms part of his £250 million mansion in Regent’s Park, northwest London, which… Read More...
Billionaire property duo the Candy brothers have decided to part ways, ending one of the most iconic property partnerships to have existed in the UK.
The brothers, who formed their company Candy & Candy in 2001, have ceased working… Read More...