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CEOs and founders offer up Three Things - three pieces of actionable advice to help you build better business. In conversation with serial entrepreneur, CEO and Chairman, Jamie Mitchell, we explore the extraordinary careers of some of the UK's most successful business leaders, share their lessons learned and seek their advice, for the benefit of all. All Together is a not-for-profit offering pro bono advice and support to CEOs and founders, powered by a collective of Volunteer Advisors, all current or former CEOs themselves. Find out more at
15 Episodes
Galahad Clark's Quaker forefathers built one of the most successful shoe companies in the UK in Clark's. But now, as the owner and MD of Vivobarefoot, Galahad is - quite literally - reshaping the footwear industry while revolutionising what it means to be a 'good' business.Join us for our latest Three Things podcast where we discover the extraordinary truth behind Galahad's unique shoe brand, from its deep roots in nature and extreme level of transparency, all the way to its abolishment of traditional organisational hierarchy.
"Poetry doesn't give you any answers, but it acts like a mirror - reflecting, and helping you better understand what's happening inside."Evgeny Shadchnev asks a lot of questions. As a business coach, he's trained to do just that. But it is the types of questions he asks, and the methods he uses to ask them, that make him such an effective coach. Evgeny's journey from small-town Russia to founder of Makers is as inspiring as it is unusual. A software engineer by trade, he somehow learned to tap in to his emotions - and to trust his instincts when making the toughest of decisions - and it is this that we find most inspiring. In this latest episode of All Together's Three Things podcast, Jamie and Evgeny discuss Evgeny's story, the importance of emotional intelligence in business, and how poetry can be a powerful management and coaching tool to help us all connect more directly with our feelings.
All Together’s Three Things podcast is back for another season and we’re kicking it off with the CEO and Co-founder of Bloom & Wild, Aron Gelbard. Aron founded Bloom & Wild in 2013 alongside Ben Stanway. Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength taking the flower delivery industry by storm.All Together Co-founder, Jamie Mitchell, sat down with Aron to unpick his astonishing success. From his relentless focus on the customer, to his masterful use of scale, Aron explains in depth how he has managed to usurp his significantly more established competition to become the market leader in the UK and Europe.
Political chaos. Raging U-turns. Economic uncertainty. These are the troubles facing UK businesses this winter and ensuring planning ahead has become a near-impossible task for business leaders.To shed some light on the situation, All Together co-founder, Jamie Mitchell, sat down with Philip Shaw, Chief Economist at Investec, in an attempt to understand how the recent changes have affected the economy and what CEOs can do to keep themselves afloat in these trying times.
William Reeve is one of the country's most successful serial entrepreneurs, and one of our most prolific angel investors. But in a career that defies convention, William  is also a 'hired gun' for other people's businesses, including a stint as Head of Operations for Paddy Power and his current role as CEO of Goodlord, the award winning property rentals platform. Seemingly as comfortable around the Board of FTSE250 retailer Dunelm as he is Chairing scale-ups like Graze and Nutmeg, William really has done it all. In our wide ranging-conversation, we unpick the story behind William's fascinating career. We discover his compulsion to solve problems, the skills he has honed as a founder and a CEO, and the lessons in management and leadership he has picked up along the way.
When Douglas Lamont became innocent CEO, revenue stood at £200m and sales were predominantly from the UK. Over the last 9 years, however, revenue has more than doubled, with international sales accounting for 80% under his leadership.In this month’s Three Things podcast, we were eager to find out what makes Douglas the unique CEO he is today, and to ask for Three Things – three pieces of actionable advice – he is taking with him when he takes over as CEO of Tony’s Chocolonely in September.
The party is over in tech. For now. And the impact will be felt by all of us who need to raise capital to finance our businesses, in non-tech industries and tech alike.  In our first “Three Things Ask an Expert” podcast, Jamie talks to Steve Schlenker - Founding Managing Partner at DN Capital - on what's been happening to tech stocks in the US, what it means for UK start-ups, and why every early-stage venture needs to act urgently to maximise cash reserves and extend runways.  
A burning desire to be the lead character in her own story fuelled Natalie’s journey to becoming a CEO. This journey saw her found her first business at the age of 21, become a board member at 24, and publish a book on entrepreneurship by the time she was 30. For May's Three Things Podcast, we sat down with All Together Volunteer Advisor and CEO of Belu Natalie Campbell to discover the origins of her motivation, learn more about her lessons from entrepreneurship, and to ask for her Three Things – three pieces of actionable advice that CEOs can implement today in their business. 
5 years ago Lewes FC made history as the first – and still only – football club in the world to split their revenue equally between their men’s and women’s teams. Same pay. Same pitches. Same quality of coaching and medical staff. Same marketing investment. For this month’s Three Things podcast, we invited All Together member and Lewes CEO Maggie Murphy to share the extraordinary results that followed this decision, discuss more generally her vision of Football with Purpose, and ask for her Three Things – three pieces of actionable advice that CEOs can implement today in their business.
In this month’s wide-ranging interview with Claudia Harris, CEO of Makers, we discuss the power of work in transforming lives, the responsibility we have to find ‘under-discovered talent’, and we lift the lid on some of the more unique aspects of the Makers culture. 
For our latest episode All Together Co-Founder Jamie Mitchell is joined by Paul Pavli. After working his way up from ‘pot-wash’ to the pinnacle of public house prosperity at Punch Taverns, Paul is now a figurehead of British hospitality. Listen to our latest Three Things interview to learn more about Paul’s astonishing career, the lessons he learned along the way, and to discover his Three Things – three pieces of actionable advice that SMEs can implement today.  
For our latest episode All Together Co-Founder Jamie Mitchell is joined by Greg Jackson. Greg  founded Octopus Energy in 2015, running it as CEO ever since. The company is now one of the largest energy companies in the UK and has been  recognised by Which? as one of the best energy suppliers for the past 4 years. We  dig a little deeper into his career before Octopus, his experiences as a CEO and founder, his views on ‘better’ business and his ‘Three Things’ advice for SMEs.
In our third episode All Together Co-Founder Jamie Mitchell is joined by Beatrice Lafon. Bea's CV is as extensive and impressive as they get. At the moment she sits on numerous boards including Orsay, wave direct and the Handbag Clinic. Whilst the most notable  of her numerous CEO roles was at Claire’s Accessories. We  dig a little deeper into her career and experiences as a CEO, her views on ‘better’ business and her ‘Three Things’ advice for SMEs.
In our second episode All Together Co-Founder Jamie Mitchell is joined by the excited Co-Founder of DesignMyNight, Nick Telson. Since exiting he has become an angel investor (Horseplay Ventures) and runs the fantastic Pitch Deck podcast. We  dig a little deeper into his career and experiences as a founder, his views on ‘better’ business and his ‘Three Things’ advice on sales and marketing. 
In our first episode All Together Co-Founder Jamie Mitchell is joined by CEO of Georgie & Tom's, Tom Allchurch. Tom is an experienced CEO with previous roles including CEO of Charlie Bigham’s in the UK and CEO of Hello Fresh USA. We dig a little deeper into his experiences as a CEO, his views on building ‘better’ businesses and his ‘Three Things’ advice around building a D2C brand.
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