Becoming a serial entrepreneur and an iconic businesswomen

23rd Oct 2020
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Jo Fairley

Capitalise's Practice Leaders series showcases leaders from outside the accounting sphere.

Jo Fairley is one of the UK's leading female entrepreneurs. After becoming the UK’s youngest-ever magazine editor, at the age of 23, she set out on her entrepreneurial journey in 1991 when she co-founded Green & Black’s Chocolate, now a $100 million a year brand.

On the 19th of November at 10 am, we welcome her to discuss her journey to becoming a serial entrepreneur and how to build an ethical business like Green & Blacks.

For her influential entrepreneurship, Jo was the recipient of the World Aware Award, a testament to her dedication to environmentally friendly principles.

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