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  • SEVEN HILLS CREATES NEW LEADERSHIP ROLES TO DRIVE FUTURE GROWTH 

    We are delighted to announce two senior promotions within our leadership team that reflect the continued development of the business, the expansion of our service offering and our ambitious growth plans. Emma Johnson has been appointed to the newly created position of chief executive, in......

  • RELISHING OPPORTUNITY: JENNY COSTA ON CAPITAL CONVERSATION

    “The world is currently in the midst of a food waste crisis,” says Rubies in the Rubble founder Jenny Costa. Speaking to Michael Hayman on Sunday’s Capital Conversation, she explains that approximately 1.3 billion tonnes – a third of the food produced globally – is......

  • To avert the deluge, business must unleash its heroic spirit

    This piece by Michael Hayman originally appeared in City A.M, see here  After us, the deluge. These are the words not of our Prime Minister, but from another troubled time and uttered by Madame de Pompadour, the lover of King Louis XV of France. The......

  • MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK AT SEVEN HILLS

    Seven Hills’ mental health ambassadors Amy Shaw, Hannah Pellatt and Sophie Poston, introduced a series of wellness initiatives to the team this week as part of Mental Health Awareness Week. There is a wealth of research that indicates exercise, healthy eating and spending time in......

  • MISSION CRITICAL: POLITICIANS AND BUSINESS LEADERS CALL FOR CROSS-SECTOR COLLABORATION AT IEP IMPACT19

    “Some people say that tackling societal issues is a ‘nice thing to do’. We say that for business it’s mission critical.” This message from Inclusive Economy Partnership (IEP) co-chair Sacha Romanovitch at IMPACT19 – held yesterday at County Hall – was clear: it’s time for business......

  • BIG WINS FOR UK SMALL BUSINESSES AT THIRD ANNUAL SMALL AWARDS

    Small businesses from across the country were crowned the UK’s best in class last night at the Small Awards – an awards evening run by peak b and supported by Seven Hills that celebrates small businesses for their growth, creativity and commitment to their local......

  • SCHOOL TYCOONS CROWNED AT THE PALACE

    In a week where the world welcomed a new member of the Royal Family, eyes at Buckingham Palace turned to the six fledgling businesses crowned as winners of the Peter Jones Foundation Tycoon Enterprise Competition. More than 2,000 students from almost 400 schools took part......

  • This series of UK politics feels suspiciously like daytime TV

    This piece by Michael Hayman originally appeared in City A.M, see here Last week’s local elections were a democratic amuse bouche. A mere mouthful of popular sentiment, sending a message to the political elite that an offering meant to delight the taste buds has fallen......