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English business magnate

Born: July 18, 1950 (age 70 years), Blackheath, London, United Kingdom

Spouse: Joan Templeman (m. 1989), Kristen Tomassi (m. 1972–1979)

Children: Holly Branson, Sam Branson, Clare Sarah Branson

Birthday: July 18, 1950

Age: 70 Years, 70 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Cancer

Also Known As: Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson

Born In: Blackheath London

Famous As: Entrepreneur

Quotes By Richard Branson Poorly Educated

Height: 5’10” (178 cm), 5’10” Males

Spouse/Ex-: Joan Templeman (M. 1989), Kristen Tomassi (M. 1972–1979)

Father: Edward James Branson

Mother: Eve Huntley Flindt

Children: Clare Sarah Branson, Holly Branson, Sam Branson

Personality: ESFP

City: London, England

Diseases & Disabilities: Dyslexia

Founder/Co-Founder: Virgin Group

Education: Stowe School

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Branson married Kristen Tomassi in 1972 and divorced her in 1979.

He has a daughter Holly (b. 1981) and a son Sam (b. 1985) with his second wife, Joan Templeman, whom he met in 1976.

They were married in 1989 on Necker Island.

He stated in an interview with Piers Morgan that he and Joan also had a daughter named Clare Sarah, who died when she was four days old in 1979.

In 2007 Branson was ordained as a minister by the Universal Life Church Monastery to conduct an on-flight wedding as part of a marketing effort for domestic flights in the USA on Virgin America airline.

From 2013 to 2017 Branson served as President of the Old Stoic Society of Stowe School.

Branson is also an experienced kitesurfer, holding some world records in the sport.

In August 2016 Branson was injured while riding his bicycle in the British Virgin Islands and suffered torn ligaments and a cracked cheek as a result.

He was taken to hospital in Miami for X-rays and scans.

In 2017 Branson’s Necker Island home was left uninhabitable after Hurricane Irma.

It was the second time the Necker Island home had been severely damaged after the building caught fire when it was struck by lightning caused by Hurricane Irene in 2011.

Branson’s mother Eve died from COVID-19 complications in January 2021 at the age of 96.

A celebration of her life was posted online by her son.

Richard Branson (1950) is an English entrepreneur and investor.

He is the founder and owner of the Virgin group.

Richard Branson always says that ‘fun’ is the driver under his entrepreneurship.

Fun and provocation is what Richard Branson is a master of. Here are some examples:

He has his own island (Necker island) where he receives super stars.

He is said to have paid only $ 180,000 for the island.

Richard Branson married Kristen Tomassi in 1972 and divorced her in 1979.

He married Joan Templeman in 1989 on Necker Island, one of the islands from British Virgin Islands, which he owns.

He also owns land in Barbuda and Antigua. He has a son and a daughter.

He is an avid supporter of the football team, the Oxford United.

He supports many humanitarian causes and in May 2008, he travelled to the Massai Mara to open a new school.

He has also volunteered to fund charity fund raisers and has even contributed to the Global Commission on Drug Policy.

This business tycoon has expressed dreams of opening a casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

This famous personality likes to keep a hammock in his office, on which he likes to brainstorm his ideas.

He owns a $30 million yacht called ‘Necker Belle’ and a 3-seater submarine called ‘Necker Nymph’.

This great business mogul is dyslexic.

1966 – After failed attempts to grow and sell both Christmas trees and budgerigars, Branson launches his first successful business, a magazine named Student, the first issue of which appearing in January 1968. Branson’s net worth was estimated at £50,000 by 1969.

1970 – Starts selling records by mail-order

1971 – Opens his first record shop on Oxford Street

1972 – Opens a Virgin Recording Studio

1973 – Launches Virgin Records record label

1979 – Buys the gay nightclub Heaven, located under Charing Cross railway station. It was sold in 2003 to a private buyer. Branson’s net worth was estimated at £5 million by 1979.

1980 – Virgin Records goes international

1981 – Virgin buys the Kensington Roof Gardens

1983 – Virgin Vision, later to become Virgin Communications, is formed to distribute films and videos in the television and broadcasting sector.

1983 – Virgin Games is launched.

1984 – Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Cargo are launched.

1984 – Virgin Vision (launched the previous year) launches “Music Box”, a 24-hour satellite music station.

1985 – Virgin Group now includes record labels, retail outlets, exported music publishing, broadcasting, satellite television, and film and video distribution.

1985 – Branson starts Virgin Holidays

1987 – Branson takes Virgin Records to the United States

1987 – The Virgin Group, along with Granada, Anglia and Pearson, founds British Satellite Broadcasting and receives a UK licence to broadcast five new TV channels by satellite in the UK.

1987 – Virgin sets up 525, a post production facility in Los Angeles, to work on high-end commercials and pop videos.

1987 – Virgin sets up “Music Box” as an independent producer of music programmes.

1987 – Virgin buys a 45% stake in Mastertronic Group. Later Virgin Mastertronic becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Virgin Group, creating, marketing and distributing computer games software and Sega consoles in several European countries.

1987 – Virgin buys Rushes Postproduction in London.

1987 – Virgin launches Virgin Airship & Balloon Company.

1987 – Richard Branson launched Mates condoms in the UK to promote condoms to young adults

1988 – Virgin re-opens the recently acquired and re-modeled Olympic Studios in Barnes, London.

1988 – Virgin launches Virgin Classics, another Virgin international record label specializing in high-quality classical music.

1988 – Virgin sells some of its smaller UK retail stores and puts more money into Virgin Megastores, opening new stores both in the UK and abroad.

1988 – Virgin sets up Virgin Broadcasting.

1988 – Virgin sells its shareholding in British Satellite Broadcasting.

1990 – Virgin arrives in Japan

1991 – Virgin Publishing (Virgin Books) is formed

1992 – Virgin Records is sold to Thorn EMI

1993 – Virgin Vision is bought by PolyGram for $5.6 million

1993 – Virgin Radio hits the airwaves with Virgin 1215AM

1994 – Launch of Virgin Vodka and Virgin Cola

1995 – Discretely invests in AirTicketsDirect

1995 – Virgin Direct Personal Financial Services opens for business

1995 – Virgin Express a European low cost Airline is launched in Brussels after the purchase and rebranding of EBA Express

1996 – V2 Music is created

1996 – Virgin.Net launches

1996 – Virgin Brides launches

1996 – Virgin Group becomes majority shareholders in London Broncos rugby league team

1997 – Virgin CrossCountry and Virgin Trains West Coast commence operations

1997 – Majority shareholding in Virgin Radio is sold to Chris Evans

1997 – Virgin Cosmetics launches

1998 – 49% stake in Virgin Rail Group sold to Stagecoach Group

1999 – Virgin Mobile launches Virgin’s first telecoms venture

1999 – Virgin Active Launches in South Africa, UK and Italy

1999 – Majority shareholding in London Broncos is sold to David Hughes

1999 – 49% shareholding in Virgin Atlantic sold to Singapore Airlines

2000 – Virgin launches Australian airline Virgin Blue (now called Virgin Australia)

2000 – Virgin sells Rushes Postproduction to Ascent Media – then Liberty Livewire

2000 – Virgin launches Virgin Energy

2000 – Virgin launches Virgin Cars

2002 – Virgin Interactive Espania SA splits from Virgin Interactive and re-brands as Virgin Play

2004 – Virgin launches Virgin Galactic

2005 – Virgin Express merges with Sn Brussels Airlines to form Brussels Airlines. Virgin retains minority share.

2005 – Virgin Active UK acquires Holmes Place

2006 – Virgin announces Virgin Fuel, a new company to produce a clean fuel in the future

2006 – Virgin Active Spain is Launched

2007 – Virgin Active Portugal is Launched

2007 – Virgin launches Virgin Health Bank

2007 – Virgin launches Virgin Media

2007 – Virgin launches Virgin America

2007 – Virgin buys 20% stakes in AirAsia X

2007 – Sells Virgin Megastore in the UK and Ireland to Zavvi

2007 – Virgin Media Television Launches Virgin 1

2007 – Closes Virgin Digital in the UK (Virgin now sells music downloads through Virgin Media’s website)

2007 – Virgin Fuel US$400 million in Virgin Atlantic jet flight on biofuels and in renewable energy.

2007 – Virgin Money becomes preferred bidder for acquisition of Northern Rock (and is eventually successful).

2007 – Virgin Radio Italia launches in Italy in joint venture with Finelco.

2007 – Virgin CrossCountry ceases after franchise lost to Arriva CrossCountry

2008 – Virgin Australia Airlines offers competitive prices between Australia and Los Angeles. Known as V Australia due to naming

2008 – Virgin launches Virgin Healthcare

2009 – Virgin launches Virgin Money Giving

2010 – Virgin launches Virgin Racing, a Formula One team previously known as Manor Grand Prix

2010 – Virgin launches Virgin Gaming, a service for people of all skill levels to play competitively on popular Video Games.

2010 – Virgin launches Virgin Produced, a film and television development, packaging and production company based in Los Angeles, California.

2010 – Virgin launches Project, a digital magazine created exclusively for Apple Inc’s iPad.

2010 – Virgin Money buys Church House Trust

2012 – Virgin Money buys Northern Rock

2012 – Virgin Galactic announces the development of orbital space launch system LauncherOne.

2013 – Virgin Media sold to Liberty Global

2015 – Virgin Trains East Coast commences operating the InterCity East Coast franchise, Virgin Group hold a 10% shareholding

2016 – Virgin launches Virgin Voyages; Virgin Radio Jakarta launches in May 2016, replacing Ninety Niners FM. The station was owned by
MPG Media

2017 – Virgin invested in Hyperloop One; Branson joined its board of directors, and in December 2017 became its chairman.

2018 – Virgin invests in Brightline trains in Florida, USA. The system is renamed to Virgin Trains USA.

2018 – Virgin Trains East Coast ceases trading

2019 – Virgin purchases Flybe through the consortium Connect Airways, Flybe is subsequently renamed Virgin Connect.

2019 – Virgin Trains West Coast ceases after InterCity West Coast franchise lost to Avanti West Coast

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