Martin Webb (Born 1964) is a British born entrepreneur and television presenter. He presented the series Risking It All  aired on Channel 4 in 2005. He wrote regular articles for the business supplement of the Sunday Telegraph He attended Queen Elizabeths' Grammar School and Brighton Polytechnic. He was awarded an honorary doctorate in Law by Brighton University in 2008.
Prior to his business success he very briefly joined both the Royal Navy and then the Metropolitan police.
His first venture was a design company, Copywrite, founded with business partner Simon Kirby, but it went bust within three years. Other ventures have included Dekoart, a web-based fine art digital printing company, and another pub company, Medicine Group, which had sites in Islington and the ever-fashionable Shoreditch in London. 
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- Martin Webb biography - Telegraph
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