Vibrant Voices – Podcasts
We speak to some of our Faces who have made outstanding contributions to innovation and private sector growth while also connecting profit with purpose.
Why a not-for-profit company needs to make a profit
In the latest of our vibrant voices podcast Fiona Philips talks to Chris Wright, Chief Executive of Catch22, the charity and social business. Chris explains Catch22’s distinctive approach to providing a variety of public services to improve the lives of 40,000 people every year.
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The power of the personal touch
Fiona Phillips talks to Charlotte Pearce, CEO and founder of Inkpact, a company which provides personalised business communication through handwritten letters. Charlotte tells us about her experiences as a young entrepreneur, how she made her business idea a success and the social impact Inkpact is having.
Delivering a digital future
Fiona Phillips talks to Philip Mordecai, Director of Digital Ventures at Curzon. Philip tells us how Curzon is questioning the traditional cinema business model to create a future where we access films in multiple ways.
Weaving the threads of a sustainable business
The first of our Vibrant Voices podcast sees Fiona Phillips talk to Nancy Johnston, CEO and founder of Tengri, a luxury lifestyle and fashion brand. Nancy talks about working with 4,500 nomadic Mongolian families to import high quality fibres from yaks into the UK to be used in clothing and accessories.