Entrepreneurs: Outlook sunny for kids' swimwear label Sunuva after a little help from Prince George

  Evening Standard 
Most of us are surprised if we end up making merely a Facebook friend of the person sprawled on a sunlounger next to us on holiday. But for Emily Cohen and Sabrina Naggar, a chance encounter — set up by their toddlers — beside the pool led to their kids' swimwear business Sunuva which, six years on, is worn by Prince George and brings in annual revenues of £3 million. ▶ Full story on standard.co.uk
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