Denise Coates CBE (geboren September in Stoke-on-Trent) ist eine britische Unternehmerin. Sie ist Gründerin und CEO des. Die Glücksspiel-Unternehmerin Denise Coates «verdiente» umgerechnet rund Millionen Franken – über ein Drittel des. Denise Coates CBE ( September ) ist eine britische Milliardär Geschäftsfrau, der Gründer und Joint Chief Executive von Online.
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Denise Coates bought the Bet She first approached a number of venture capitalists in London, but she walked away from those meetings without a single investor.
Undeterred, she turned to her father, other family members, and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Things were hectic in the early phases, but she never wavered in her devotion.
Early on, Denise realized that Bet would need to take bold steps to stand out from its already established online competitors.
In order to do this, she took the following steps:. Denise and her father had both become billionaires, which was a far cry from previous generations of Coates who struggled in the nearby mines to eke out a living.
Also in , Denise was recognized as one of the most powerful women in the United Kingdom. Just one year earlier, she was honored with the title of Commander of the Order of the British Empire, which primarily lauded her efforts as a businesswoman and community leader.
Despite her status as one of the financial elite of the UK, Denise Coates is not a public figure. While her picture can be found alongside various articles on Bet, she rarely attends events in an official capacity and only conducts interviews via email.
However, Forbes magazine lists her as a mother of five, and UK documents have indicated that four of these children were adopted from the same family.
Whether she adopted or gave birth to the remaining child remains a mystery. Throughout her life, Denise Coates has retained a unique relationship with the city of Stoke-on-Kent.
While the company moved its official headquarters to Gibraltar in , their roots are still firmly intertwined with the city of her birth.
Peter Coates is chairman of the club, while husband Richard Smith serves as director. Her brother also has a keen interest in the success of the franchise, although Denise has little to do with the operation and rarely even attends games.
In January , Coates purchased the domain name Bet The company also owns a majority stake in Stoke City Football Club.
In , Bet moved its headquarters from Stoke to Gibraltar because of its favourable regulations. Coates is the majority shareholder with It's weird to think that someone so rich would want to get their hands on even more, rather than put it to a more useful purpose.
University scholarships and theatre donations have also been offered. They have five children, including four that in March were reported as being "recently adopted from the same family".
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Denise Coates. By James Fielding For Mailonline. Today, the scale of her land-grab can be revealed. A plot north of the building site is also currently under offer red lines , though Mrs Coates has not been confirmed as the buyer.
Mrs Coates, the world's highest-paid businesswoman, has spent a staggering amount buying up hundreds of acres of land which surround her new space age home pictured being built in a bid to turn the estate into an impenetrable fortress.
The extra land she has acquired more than triples the size of the original site. Farmer Edward Nield had been granted planning permission by the council in Cheshire back in to build the marina complete with workshop, new wetlands, habitat creation and ecological area.
She has joined forces with the world renowned architecture firm Foster and Partners to create her three storey glass-built house.
Sir Norman Foster's firm is famed for skyscrapers, airports and commercial buildings rather than domestic properties but he has been hired by Mrs Coates to create her luxury country estate.
Neighbours say they have been offered 'stupid money' for their land so the Coates family's dream estate can be extended.
Neighbours say they have been offered 'stupid money' for their farmland so the dream estate of the Coates family can be extended.
Mrs Coates, who at the moment is living in a converted barn house nearby, has been credited with turning a modest family business into a global firm raking in millions.
More than 3, jobs were created in her native Stoke-on-Trent over the border in Staffordshire when the huge Bet HQ was built.
Mrs Coates, pictured with her father Peter, also a Bet director, made millions when she mortgaged her his gambling shop and took the business online.
The family have also given away millions to charitable causes, with Mrs Coates being seen as a 'local girl done good'. However, the mother-of-five has caused upset among villagers with her new home.
Gasfitter Hayley Poxon, 29, who kept three horses and a donkey near the site said she's been forced to move two of her horses because of the disruption.
Determined to get exactly what she wants, the online betting mogul hired Sir Norman Foster's prestigious architectural firm to design a three-storey glass house on a acre country estate - a project causing rifts with some of her new neighbours.
It will include a spectacular family space for Coates, 51, to relax in with husband Richard Smith and their five children, a far cry from the relatively modest barn conversion on her father Peter's estate where they live now.
So what do the experts think of it? Piers Taylor, award-winning architect and co-host of TV's The World's Most Extraordinary Homes with Caroline Quentin, says: "It may seem vulgar but the new homes that the newly monied are building today are little different from those that the newly monied built hundreds of years ago that have now settled into the landscape and are inhabited by old money.
When these houses were built they were as bling as anything, but we're accustomed to them now, and they are perceived as the epitome of good taste.