Adapting culture as you scale - Prelude

Adapting culture as you scale

Bulgari Hotel, 171 Knightsbridge, London SW7 1DW

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Businesses that succeed and weather the challenging times, as well as celebrate the good, are those who take building a strong company culture seriously.


Culture is more than just how you work, it is the “soul” of your business, providing the guidelines and expectations for your team as well as your customers. Successfully creating and adapting your culture as you scale will ensure you attract and retain the right people, increase employee engagement, breed creativity and encourage customer loyalty.


Three entrepreneurs will openly share how they built an agile culture to meet the different growth stages in their business. If you are interested in hearing how they have developed their teams, fostered a culture of innovation and embedded culture across multiple offices, then this is the event for you.


Join us to hear members of The Supper Club, share their own experiences, warts and all.


Speaker Details:




Cain Ullah is Founder and CEO of Red Badger. Founded in 2010, Red Badger is an independent digital consultancy that brings together strategic services, customer experience and technical delivery, using lean and agile processes.


With a client list including Tesco, Fortnum & Mason and the Financial Times, Red Badger’s vibrant culture, and reputation for always delivering, has led to exceptional business growth (CAGR 83%).


Cain will share the pivotal changes he has seen in his company culture while scaling his business and how he brought about change with buy-in from the team.




James Johnson is Group CEO of Nicoll Curtin, an award-winning global Fintech & Change recruitment consultancy.


Nicoll Curtin have been consistently recognised in the Top 100 companies to work for and were highly commended by the enei for “Inclusive Culture”.


James will focus on how you might need to fix something that doesn’t appear to be broken and cover the small stuff that ultimately drives the big cultural changes.




Alex Cheatle is Founder of Ten. Founded in 1998, Ten provide travel and lifestyle concierge and loyalty programmes to more than two million members across the globe.


Ten is a leading example of a scalable, profitable, personalised service business, inventing the term and service ‘lifestyle management’.


Employing over 450 staff globally, Alex will share how you maintain and adapt your businesses culture when running international offices.



Please arrive at 2:30pm for a 3pm start. Networking drinks will follow when the talk concludes at 4:30pm.






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