An important part of businesses being able to take the next step is leaders having the opportunity to “get off the dance floor”, believes Neil Crockett.
For Jenny Knott, the five values Be the Business looks to embody couldn’t be more aligned with her own personal approach to business improvement and success.
With a firm belief in collaborative working and setting ambitious targets, Andrew Cowdery is lending his support to the Be the Business productivity drive.
With a passion for promoting the skills agenda she believes Britain needs to thrive, Fiona Kendrick brings a unique set of experiences to the our Fellows programme.
Having helped countless SMEs navigate a myriad of challenges, Colin Glass is turning his attention to better connecting leaders with business support.
As a seasoned expert in leading and implementing change, Veronica Hope-Hailey is keen to play her part in the Be the Business Fellows programme.
Tracey Killen brings a wealth of experience to Be the Business and believes there are "incredible opportunities on the horizon" for British SMEs.
Nigel Whitehead is looking for people willing to roll up their sleeves and help British businesses find game-changing solutions quickly and effectively.
Barry Leahey was a childhood sports whizz who turned his passion for winning on the track into winning in business. He firmly believes personal development should be on everyone's agenda.
Andrew Moss is ready and willing to get his hands dirty in his quest to help British businesses understand that they need to challenge the status quo.