Guy (60) ran his own cross-platform marketing agency, Firebelly, for nearly 20 years as CEO. Firebelly provided award-winning marketing strategies, content creation and execution services mainly in the entertainment and publishing sectors. Operating across traditional and digital media, he is experienced in business strategy formulation, sales & marketing. His clients included The Walt Disney Company, HarperCollins, Lionsgate, Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures International.
He sold Firebelly in 2013 to concentrate on business consulting where he worked globally, mainly with Sales teams helping them expand and accelerate their sales pipelines in verticals that included Financial Services, Government and Telecoms.
Guy was appointed as Business Development Director on 20th September 2017 and Interim CEO on 17th July 2019.
Interim Non-Executive Chairman
Kevin (63) has extensive strategic, operational and financial experience, balancing professional and charitable careers, with a focus on business and education. He has vast experience in connecting foundations with the corporate sector.
Kevin is the former Treasurer and Chairman of the board for the Sir John Cass Foundation. During 23 years on the board, he led the restructuring of the Foundation, increasing their assets from £16m to £120m. His early support for specialist schools, combined with his belief in the model of integrating education and employers, has helped increase the Foundation’s grant capacity and benefit from £300k to over £5m.
Kevin was appointed as a Non-Executive Director on 16th May 2013 and Interim Non-Executive Chairman on 17th July 2019 and chairs the remuneration committee.
The Audit Committee considers the annual and interim financial statements and the audit plan. The Audit Committee is responsible for ensuring that appropriate financial reporting procedures are properly maintained and reported upon, reviewing accounting policies and for meeting the auditors and reviewing their reports relating to the financial statements and internal control systems.
The Remuneration Committee is responsible for reviewing the performance of the senior executives and for determining their levels of remuneration.