EOA Podcast: Episode 8: Reaping the benefits of the decision to become EO – member case studies
The theme of Episode 8 of the EOA Podcast focuses on the motivations of EOA members that transitioned to employee ownership in the past few years – and how they are reaping the benefits of this move.
This episode provides case study examples – with employee-owned businesses sharing insights and first-hand experiences from their own EO journeys.
Employee-owned companies represent a wide variety of sectors and to demonstrate this, Episode 8 features four very different businesses.
Creative Space Management: The Managing Director and joint founder of the property management and urban regeneration consultancy, Paul Taylor, tells us why EO was right for them.
The Folio Society: The award-winning book publisher, which was founded in 1947, transferred 100% of the company to an EOT in December 2021 – with CEO Joanna Reynolds sharing its story.
Lush: Kirsty Barnes, from the ethical high street cosmetics brand, talks about how its internal communications have benefited from its transition to become partly employee owned in 2017.
Salad Creative: Arabella Lewis-Smith, founder and Managing Director of the strategic, creative and digital agency, is on hand to answer the question we ask someone from within the EO sector each episode: ‘why do you love employee ownership?’
You can also hear all the latest news, events and insights from the EOA this month.
You can use the links below to listen to the episode, or you can listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor, Overcast, Breaker, Castbox, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic and Stitcher.
Listen below or view the full episode schedule here.