Good Venture is a chronicle of social and environmental innovation projects and ventures in London and beyond. In their efforts to scale their idea, I have helped them define and communicate, grow and market, and build their communities and impact (see Work).
Entrepreneurs today are reframing the role of business in society, bringing their creativity to bear on deep seated social and environmental problems. Whether an edgy tech startup, a small charity, or a large organisation using their power and platform to do good, we are seeing the beginnings of an economy where purpose matters as much as profit - and where we can continue to develop our economies but doing so in sync with people and planet (see Inspiration).
Creating simultaneous benefit for business, people, nature and communities is a huge challenge for an entrepreneur. Yet those who do it will hold our future. Companies like Gastromotiva, or the Plastic Bank, show that it's possible. Whole Foods' Ben Mackey writes how it's done (see Reading).
I support companies with a mindset to bridge the divide between doing good and doing business, using ten years' experience in startups, digital marketing and growth, project management and strategy. I believe in powerful visuals, clear communication and strong brands owing to my background in photography and music (see Photos). I work across continents and cultures, with travels to nearly 40 countries.
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Lotta Holmberg, London 2018 (Linkedin)