Steven helps businesses of all sizes and sectors to unearth, define, implement and communicate a clear “purpose beyond profit”, creating an inspiring story that attracts and activates customers, employees and partners alike. He’s co-founder of The House, a game-changing business, culture and brand consultancy that helps enlightened business leaders do well by doing good. It’s what he calls “purposeful advantage”. By focusing on the triple bottom line and tackling the big social and environmental issues, companies like Unilever, Ella’s Kitchen and Interface are creating value, reaping vast commercial rewards and building genuine movements for positive change.
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CEO of St John’s Bath, Sue has had an illustrious career in the public and charity sectors. As CEO of Beanstalk, funding increased exponentially. As Managing Director of Prince’s Trust South West, she transformed the region from the worst performing into the best. Prior to that, she worked for HM Prisons with responsibility for delivery of psychological interventions to over 50,000 people. Managing cultural change has been her mantra, along with hiring for attitude and training for skill.
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As sales director for Marshfield Bakery, Ben’s role is to market and sell the business that began 30 years ago with his mum making cakes on the kitchen table. Today, the team is 75-strong, and the business is backed by a hugely experienced board.
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Succeeding as a family business is a challenge we can recognise. Retaining a unique culture while growing can be tough, particularly when your brand values rely on a sense of community and family, and your products play on the handmade, rural and local feel.