In the Media

THE LECTURE OF FAMOUS BUSINESSMAN AND PHILANTHROPIST STEPHEN FEAR WILL BE HELD TODAY AT TECH PARK, TBILISI, GEORGIA

An article was published on Georgian ON.ge website on 15th October 2018. Please see a translation below, please click here to view the original article. ___________________________________________________ Founder of Fear Group, well-known British businessman and philanthropist Stephen Fear will hold a public lecture on The Importance of Enterprise for Georgia on…

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THE SEED OF ENTERPRISE

Original article written by Leon Fear for Business Leader as featured on their website on 29th October 2018. To view the original, please click here. __________________________________________________ Often people ask whether an Entrepreneur is born or made. The answer for me is simple. Entrepreneurial skills can be taught but the true essence…

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British investor Stephen Fear: “Georgia is open for businesses”

On 23rd October 2019 Stephen Fear was featured on Georgian Agenda.ge website. To view the original article, please click here. _________________________________ Founder of large British company Fear Group, Stephen Fear has written a letter about his visit to Georgia, saying “Georgia is open for businesses”. The letter was published by…

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A public lecture by British businessman Stephen Fear was held at Tech Park, Tbilisi, Georgia

An article was published on Georgian ON.ge website on 16th October 2018 – Business & Economics section. Please see a translation below, please click here to view the original article. ___________________________________________________ “Democracy, innovation and entrepreneurship – these are the main indicators of which Georgia is able to become a leader”…

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Bristol’s rejected arena: a tale of two cities

Below is an article written by Joey Gardiner at Building Magazine published on building.co.uk on 26th September 2018. Please click here to view the original article. ________________________________________________ Bristol’s mayor has rejected plans to build an arena in the city centre to make way for a £300m mixed‑use scheme, provoking opposition.…

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HOPE REMAINS FOR BRISTOL CITY CENTRE ARENA

Below is an article written by Ellie Pipe at Bristol 24/7 published on 21st September 2018. Please click here to view the original article.    A businessman championing a city centre arena has pledged to do all he can to ensure the best deal for the people of Bristol. Stephen…

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An Age-Old Mega Trend

Original article written by Leon Fear for Business Leader as featured on their website on 14th September 2018. To view the original, please click here. __________________________________________________   It’s a well known fact that people are generally living longer than at any time in history thanks to advances in medical science and…

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CHANGING SPACES – ANALYSING THE SHOPPING CENTRE

Original article written by Leon Fear for Business Leader as featured on their website on 29th August 2018. To view the original, please click here. __________________________________________________ The British high street appeared to be thriving when I was growing up with new local shopping centres cropping up in most medium sized towns.…

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Opinion: Home Secretary Sajid Javid should make criminals pay ‘much more’ – and spend the money on public services

Original article written by Stephen Fear for the Bristol Post Newspaper on 1st August 2018 (also featured on BristolPost.co.uk on 30th July 2018). ______________________________________ Stephen Fear, founder of Bristol-based property investment company Fear Group, writes an open letter to Home Secretary Sajid Javid, urging him to make criminals pay more money…

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A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

Original article written by Leon Fear for Business Leader as featured on their website on 30th July 2018. To view the original, please click here. __________________________________________________ It doesn’t seem that long ago when the idea of having a truly portable computer seemed some way off, and in fact it has only been…

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