Richard Anson Richard founded Reevoo in 2005. He’s passionate about the power of social engagement to drive sales and customer loyalty for brands, whilst helping consumers make better choices.
  • Podcasts Claude Grunitzky, journalist, editor and entrepreneur 2016 was a tough year for globalisation. And this year will be even tougher. People like my guest on the podcast, Claude Grunitzky, have their work cut out for them. Claude is what people call a ‘global storyteller’. A citizen of the world, Claude tells stories through culture, not geography. It’s this approach that’s made […] 1 min read 10th January 2017
  • Podcasts The best of the podcast It was just over a year ago when Mitch and I decided to set out on a podcasting adventure – and People Tell Richard Stuff was born. I often get asked why we started this. For me it’s all about thought leadership, creating engaging content, making new connections and, perhaps most importantly, I really enjoy […] 5 min read 20th December 2016
  • Podcasts Karen Cooper, MD, Living Brands When brands want to know what their customers really think and feel, they call Karen Cooper. Karen is MD of Living Brands, a research-based brand consultancy. Karen’s consultancy brings brands right back to basics, and help them learn about themselves and how they should behave and interact in our digital world. As you’ll hear, her […] 1 min read 6th December 2016
  • Podcasts John Vary, Innovation Manager, John Lewis This week the podcast goes to new depths as I make my way into John Lewis’ bunker called ‘Room Y’ to talk to innovation manager John Vary. Watch the video below, or skip to the bottom for the audio-only version. Through the reception, past the offices to the back of the building and beside some […] 2 min read 22nd November 2016
  • Podcasts Andrew Buckman, MD EMEA, OpenX Call me old-fashioned, but I’ve always been a programmatic advertising skeptic. However, if anyone’s going to win me over, it’s Andrew Buckman. Andrew is the EMEA MD of the programmatic ad exchange OpenX. Through technological advances and a bit of old-school manual processes, OpenX has become the most trusted seller of programmatic advertising according to […] 3 min read 8th November 2016
  • Podcasts Lopo Champalimaud, co-Founder & CEO, Treatwell It all started with a massage – today I’m speaking to Lopo Champalimaud, co-founder and CEO of online beauty booking service Treatwell. Treatwell has experienced explosive growth over the past few years. It’s launched in 11 countries across Europe and is currently at around 500 employees. You might have used Treatwell yourself to book an […] 2 min read 25th October 2016
  • Podcasts Mark Wilson, co-Founder & MD, Wilson Fletcher Today I headed to Shoreditch to talk to Mark Wilson, co-founder and managing director of digital service design consultancy Wilson Fletcher. If you don’t know them you definitely know their work – Wilson Fletcher has worked on the consumer end of BT Sport’s content offering, and (most famously) the Times and Sunday Times paywall. Mark […] 3 min read 11th October 2016
  • Podcasts Simon Calver, entrepreneur and investor If you’re an Amazon Instant Video customer, you’ve got today’s podcast guest to thank. Simon Calver was CEO of LoveFilm. He built out the business and sold it to Amazon. Our chat is all about the extraordinary story of how the deal happened. Fittingly, our chat’s in video – watch below, or go to the bottom […] 3 min read 27th September 2016
  • Podcasts Ali Mitchell, co-Founder, Huddle This week I’m crossing the Atlantic (virtually, at least) to chat with Ali Mitchell, co-Founder of team collaboration SaaS business Huddle. He joined me via Skype from Huddle’s new base in San Fransisco. Huddle started in London, and Ali took the business across the pond, so I was really interested in his perspective on that […] 2 min read 13th September 2016