Jack is a junior journalist and editorial executive at Fresh Business Thinking
With pandemic restrictions gradually being lifted, reintegration to the office is now on the table, but is it for the best? Is there a balance to be found between sustainability and wellbeing that can give us the positives without the negatives?
With the majority of consumers becoming more and more environmentally conscious, it’s a given that businesses are going to have to adapt to this newfound attitude towards sustainability sooner or later. But how easy is it for those that aren’t globally spanning corporations to hit the ground running with new consumer culture?
Laurence Kemball-Cook was more motivated than most. From breaking into a construction site to prove his business plan, he now spearheads a sustainable solution that turns your footsteps into electricity. Laurence tells us all about how no one believed in him and his now worldwide business.
From saving the planet to saving your feet, Laura Birrell, former energy and sustainability consultant had enough of a life of laces and took some drastic measures putting together her business Sticky Heelz with what was originally tape and plasters.
Tamara Gillan of the WealthiHer network dives into her journey through the business world, explaining how we can collectively target the obstacles to success facing women and minorities in the corporate world.
Ex-service member Peter Kelly went from training troops to training groups through his business, Imployable. Peter talks about his journey from the marines to the business scene and how the Great British Entrepreneur Awards helped him on his way.
Lucy Cohen is a powerlifting accountant who can crunch numbers on and off the gym floor. Here she tells us her entrepreneurial journey to success with her subscription-based accounting tool Mazuma.
Working from home has become a way life, though new data suggests that some people haven’t completely adjusted to its demands and are overdoing it at home. What can be put in place to help us tone it down?
Lee Wilcox, self-described ‘techie nerd’ and podcast host is CEO of Electric House, one of the fastest growing social media publishers in the UK. Lee tells us how being a multi-GBEA award winner impacted his entrepreneurial journey for the better.
From cooking pot to the top: John Lashley is the proud co-founder of Brooklyn Brownie Co, a baking sensation that he runs with his 14-year-old son Leo out their family home. Last year, he won the Family Business Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. Here’s how winning has helped him along his business journey.