Business against Poverty Member Q&A - Graham Massey, The House

What does it mean to be part of the Business against Poverty movement? Can membership make a tangible positive difference to  your company, your team and your future?  In our latest member interview, we speak with Graham Massey, Co-Founder of The House, about being built on purpose - and positively impacting lives and livelihoods. ... Read more

Business against Poverty member Q&A: Tom Vaughton, Varn

What does it mean to be part of the Business against Poverty movement? Can membership make a tangible positive difference to your company, your team and your future? In our latest member interview, we speak with Tom Vaughton, Managing Director of Varn, about why giving back matters and why business owners need to be kind to themselves during uncertain times.   ... Read more

Business against Poverty member Q&A: Patrick Moss, Moss Naylor Young

What does it mean to be part of the Business against Poverty movement? Can membership make a tangible positive difference to your company, your team and your future?... Read more

BaP webinar summary: The 4 Step Process - Leadership in Challenging Times

The highest performing leaders can “surf the waves of change” even during times of huge global upheaval, with the ability to not become submerged by challenging circumstances but to rise above them. This was one of the key takeaways from the latest inspiring Business against Poverty webinar event, which brought together guests from the UK, Romania and Nigeria. ... Read more

Business against Poverty member Q&A: Jules English, Triangle Design Ltd

What does it mean to be part of the Business against Poverty movement? Can membership make a tangible positive difference to your company, your team and your future? In the first of a new series of interviews, we speak with Jules English, Director of Triangle Design Ltd, a long-standing Business against Poverty member who puts social purpose firmly at the heart of business operations, to find out more about what membership means to her organisation. Q: Can you tell us a little about your business - who are you, where you’re based and what you do? “Triangle Design is a retail-based design agency, specialising in working with household names to promote their brands in retail environments. We are based at the Bristol & Bath Science Park. My business partner Jim Parry & I established the business in 2005, and we’ve been on quite a journey together ever since. From concept design and packaging to pop-up shops and brand activation, we make brands truly visible.” Q: What does Triangle Design do best? “We partner with some truly incredible brands; our biggest client at the moment is LEGO and we create lots of fun materials in tandem with them. What sets us apart is that every single... Read more

Keeping your Business on Purpose

For those who missed this event  - we have a recorded version for you to view in your own time. Here's some feedback we have received:... Read more

Profit with Purpose

In an uncertain world, leading with purpose matters more than ever We are excited to be delivering this webinar to you with three guest speakers. Read more

An Offer for you and us from Action Coach

Action Coach will be running the South West Business Growth Summit 2020 at the prestigious Bath Racecourse for an  unprecedented event never before seen in the South West with 3 internationally known Keynote Speakers and four of the country’s top Business Coaches for a day of learning you simply will not get anywhere else outside of London. Read more

An evening of glitz and glamour and raising money for children in poverty

On Saturday 9th November, Business against Poverty held its annual fundraising gala ball at Bailbrook House Hotel, Bath. The event was in aid of the work of People against Poverty,  which supports disadvantaged children and communities across the globe. Read more

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