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Disrupting the system: Bringing the humanity back into business

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Disrupting the system: Bringing the humanity back into business


In this lecture Paul Lindley OBE argues that once we forget that it is people who do business, people who innovate and people who create wealth then we’re screwed. And in his view, we’re almost screwed right now. He challenges us to build an economy to better serve our society, rather than one that is distinct from it and alien to most of us within it and offers bold ideas for getting the human back into business.

Paul Lindley OBE is the founder of Ella’s Kitchen, established in 2006 and now the UK’s largest organic baby food brand. A University of Bristol graduate in Economics and Politics (BSc), Paul also co-founded The Key is E, supporting African entrepreneurs whose social businesses benefit children. He was recently appointed Chair of the London Child Obesity Taskforce and is also Chair of the non-profit Robert F Kennedy Human Rights UK, a Trustee of the educational organisation Sesame Workshop, and sits on the Board of social enterprise Toast Ale. He will be receiving an honorary degree on the 19 February from the University of Bristol and is kindly giving this public lecture to mark the occasion.



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