Natalie Campbell

Natalie Campbell

Co-founder, A Very Good Company & Badass Women's HourLondon, United Kingdom
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Natalie Campbell

Natalie Campbell

Co-founder, A Very Good Company & Badass Women's HourLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Natalie Campbell is an award-winning businesswoman and HarperCollins author. She won the ‘Community Spirit’ award at the Women of the Future Awards in 2016 and the Variety Catherine Evening Standard Entrepreneurial Spirit Award in 2017. She has been recognised in the Management Today 35 Women Under 35, WISE100 and City AM Power 100 Women lists. Natalie is the co-founder of A Very Good Company (AVGC), a global social innovation agency, that has built a reputation for delivering success through its work with Virgin Media, Marks and Spencer and Channel 4. As a non-executive director, she chaired the Nominet Trust and was on board UnLtd for 10 years. She is currently a Civil Service Commissioner and on the board of the Big Lottery Fund and LEAP, the Mayor’s London economic strategy partnership. You can listen to her weekly radio show and podcast, 'Badass Women's Hour' on talkRADIO and iTunes.
Projects
  • Virgin: Future Visions Podcast
    Virgin: Future Visions PodcastWill robots steal our jobs? Will we really be travelling to the office in flying cars? And more importantly, will offices even exist? Our brand new podcast series, Future Visions, answers all these questions and more as we explore the surreal world of tomorrow through the finest minds of today. With the help of scientists, experts and respected futurologists, presenter Natalie Campbell (Badass Women’s Hour / A Very Good Company) peers into the crystal ball to imagine what the world will look like in 20 years’ time - and what we’ll need in our future toolkit to survive.
  • A Very Good Company
    A Very Good Company
  • Bad Ass Women's Hour
    Bad Ass Women's Hour
Projects credited in
  • Badass Women's Hour asks me what a feminist bride looks like
    Badass Women's Hour asks me what a feminist bride looks likeI really loved doing this interview. Not quite enough time to discuss everything on my list but managed to cover the patriarchy, alternative matrilineal kinship systems and my mum and marriage just for starters... You can listen here: https://player.fm/series/badass-womens-hour/feminist-weddings-how-baking-saves-lives And if you want to talk weddings, feminism, marriage and millenial relationships I'm your woman.
  • This International Women’s Day, meet the 200 Women Redefining the Creative Industry in 2018
    This International Women’s Day, meet the 200 Women Redefining the Creative Industry in 2018Discover our 2020 list here This International Women's Day, we asked influential icons to nominate 10 trailblazing women who they believe are redefining the creator landscape. The result? A unique and incredible list of 200 trailblazing women breaking barriers and inspiring change! Only 36% of jobs in the creative sector are currently filled by women. At the top of the tree there’s an even bigger problem - women make up only 11% of Creative Directors. In an attempt to change this, our month-lo
  • BLOOMFEST 2017: NAKED TRUTHS
    BLOOMFEST 2017: NAKED TRUTHSThe inaugural BloomFest is a one-day conference that will tackle some of the biggest issues in our industry today. Ambition. Hierarchy. Sex. Ego. Money. Parenthood. Purpose. Integrity. Join us in a provocative series of discussions and workshops revealing the issues which really make our industry tick. Hear and say things you didn't think you could. And together tear down the barriers that stand in our way We are pleased to announce that the following speakers are confirmed to speak at BloomFest on 2 November: Faz Aftab, Online Commercial Director, ITV Kathryn Jacob OBE, CEO at Pearl & Dean Harriet Minter, Emma Sexton and Natalie Campbell of Badass Women's Hour Paul Frampton, CEO, Havas Media Group UK & Ireland Nicky Cochrane, Co-Founder & Co-CEO Digital Mums Sue Unerman, Chief Transformation Officer at MediaCom Amelia Torode, Founder at The Fawnbrake Collective Richard Bradford, Group Strategy Director at MEC & more!  Topics for discussion will include: She & He: The truth behind getting ahead: Equal ambition yet unequal success. How can parental leave, part time work and the pay gap shift to equalise? Breaking point: The flip side of a high-powered industry: Pulling back the curtains on the real psychic cost of adland. How can we create support systems to help build resilience? How can we bring integrity to work? Training workshops will also be offered to all attendees on the day who will be able to choose from sessions on: Climbing the leadership ladder Projecting confidence, gravitas and presence Defining your personal vision Why should you attend? We’re on a mission to solve barriers to women in their careers, and it’s only by talking about the challenges and constantly pushing for change that anything will ever happen. As an industry, we need to be honest about the issues, and Bloom intends to meet this head on with non-sugar-coated discussions, action orientating training and a confessional booth to capture the genuine problems women are facing. Attendees will come away with genuinely actionable learnings and inspiration to help them achieve their career potential. You'll hear from people at the top of their game, but also relatable role models and voices outside of the industry. It's an opportunity to network with like-minded people and listen & learn from each others' experiences. Bloom has aimed to make this conference as affordable as possible for all attendees, with a competitive ticket price compared to other industry conferences. Any profits raised will go to our charity partner, Women's Aid, who do hugely important work towards the end of domestic abuse of women and children. Tickets are available via the link here.  Bloom has aimed to make this conference as affordable as possible for all attendees, with a competitive ticket price compared to other industry conferences. Special offer We ask that you encourage male colleagues, friends, bosses and line managers to attend as they are such an important part of the conversation. So we'd like to offer you a discount if you BYOB (bring your own bloke). Please use the hidden code BYOB on the ticketing page to access a limited number of discounted tickets. 
Skills
  • Business