Co-founder of Green & Black's, Jo Fairley is an inspirational keynote speaker.
With her background in journalism and the brand's astonishing success, Jo speaks on varied topics including entrepreneurism, corporate social responsibility, marketing and branding.
In 1991, Jo Fairley co-founded the pioneering organic chocolate company Green & Black’s with her husband Craig Sams. In 2005, the brand was sold to Cadbury’s, but Jo remains in an ambassadorial role, travelling the world as the brand grows internationally in countries including the US and Australia.
Jo now runs Judges Bakery - an organic one-stop shop - and The Wellington Centre, an 11-room ‘boutique’ wellbeing centre, in her home town of Hastings. She continues to juggle this with her writing career.
Jo is in high demand on the speaker circuit telling the story of the brand, which is fêted both for its quality and ethical credentials, and about a chocolate which is not only wickedly delicious and luxurious, but is also good for the planet and for the people who produce it. As well as the environmental and CSR issues, Jo also focuses on more traditional messages of marketing and branding along with growth and development in a demanding retail environment.
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