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Meet the team who keep the wheels moving behind the scenes here at Worth Capital.
Our founders have worked together for over 20 years since meeting at university. Having founded, developed and sold many successful start-ups themselves, they understand what’s required to build a great business from the ground up.

Alex Johns

Co-founder

Having spent years setting up my own companies as well as helping big and small businesses grow, I’m well placed to make things happen for our growing team of entrepreneurs. The one thing I’ve learnt is that to be successful today you need a great plan, a “can do” mentor, a bit of luck and most importantly a whole load of resilience.
I was part of the team that created The London Triathlon from scratch in 1998 which became the world’s largest triathlon in its first year with global TV coverage. I then started up iblink with £15,000 of start up capital and just 3 years later, we’d created the largest digital advertising platform in Europe which we sold to media giant JC Decaux.
I’m an active mentor and investor in several start-ups and I’m currently the Managing Partner of Worth Retail – sister company to Worth Capital.

Ben Hortop

Business Development & Investment

Having spent over 20 years at both ends of Professional Sport – as Professional Athlete and Business Owner of a Sports and Business consultancy, I have been fortunate to spend huge amounts of private time with blue chip board members and small business owners alike, gleaning their collective knowledge and experiences to pass on to the future entrepreneurs I meet.
The last 5 years have been spent raising finance in the start-up / SME space, successfully structuring & raising multi-millions via the government backed SEIS & EIS schemes alongside raising private equity, loan & debt finance and utilising a select few of the many crowdfunding platforms that exist.
I was delighted to join the Worth Capital team in this capacity, helping the successful businesses filtering through our competitions with their seed investment and fund raising requirements, while being mindful of their future plans for investment and business development.
I also help run and manage a series of golf events as an active fundraiser and Golf Professional for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust & Help4Heroes. The Worth team love our golf so please let us know if you’d like to join us at any events during the season ahead.

Ellie Croft

Project & Office Manager

I moved to London in 2014 to join a small strategy and innovation consultancy, working as Innovation Coordinator. My role allowed me to develop strong client relationships, whilst overseeing the day-to-day management and delivery of projects, workshops, and idea generation sessions.
Clients I’ve previously worked with include Virgin Holidays, Heineken, Pernod Ricard and LinkedIn.I’ve recently joined Worth Capital as Project and Office Manager, overseeing the scheduling of resources across the business to ensure projects run smoothly.

Hayley Etherington

Business Operations Director

Over the last 12 years my career has allowed me to work in various strategic client management and relationship development roles for numerous international media and brand partners.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Worth Capital founders for over 10 years and was asked to join the business in 2014 to develop the Facebook relationship, which led to the successful delivery of the Big App Fund and subsequent seed funding of two prosperous new start-ups. I am now responsible for the output of the competitions & the value generated for media & brand partnerships.
It’s a delight to work with such talented entrepreneurs who become the lifeblood of our business after winning investment via our competitions. I look forward to working with many more over the coming years with anticipation and excitement.

Joss Davidge

Shareholder

If being an entrepreneur is about ‘taking a risk in the hope of profit’ then I am an entrepreneur every day.
As Director of the Unexpected at a leading experiential marketing agency my role is about finding creative and unusual solutions (the risk bit) to business challenges (the profit bit).
When you run your own creative business you have to be a bit of a thrill junkie, as everyday can be a rollercoaster. The trick is to find ways to flatten out the curves, but keep the momentum going.
Having been in business for nearly 30 years helps a lot, especially with a blend of 60% bluechip business experience and 40% agency perspective.
It also helps that I am a bit of a techno geek, that used to be a bad thing, but today keeping ahead of the techno curve is vital..so I wouldn’t have it any other way.
A founder of Worth Capital, I work across the day-to-day running of the business, from creating the media and brand partnerships through selecting investments to releasing the full potential of entrepreneurs and accelerating the growth of our portfolio of businesses.

Lauren Battie

Finance Manager

I’ve always been intrigued by the start-up space so it’s exciting to now be working with such talented entrepreneurs.
I am responsible for the day to day accounting of the business and, more importantly, I ensure everyone gets paid on time!

Lina Jovaisaite

Marketing Manager

I joined Worth Capital as a Marketing Manager in January 2016, taking ownership for market research, promotional campaigns, PR, events & online activities.
I have always enjoyed the buzz & intensity of a start-up environment. Working for a company like Worth Capital allows me to witness the growth & innovation of new businesses and follow the next-big-thing in the making!

Matthew Cushen

Co-founder

During my career I’ve been fortunate to work with, learn from and help the leadership teams of some of the largest businesses in the world. Most recently I’ve been a Director of ?What If!, the world’s largest innovation consultancy, helping the leadership teams of some of the largest companies across the globe including SABMiller, Barclays, IKEA and Tesco.
My empathy with the world of entrepreneurs comes from establishing, and then selling, a retail business and from making several angel investments. I’ve had one very profitable large exit, one exit at par, am sitting on half a dozen growing businesses and (so far) have had no failures.
A founder of Worth Capital, I work across the day-to-day running of the business, from creating the media and brand partnerships through selecting investments to releasing the full potential of entrepreneurs and accelerating the growth of our portfolio of businesses.

Neil Stammers

Board Director

I sit on the Board of Directors here at Worth Capital, representing the collective shareholders.
I currently hold of the position of Managing Partner, Accountant and Business Advisor at Haines Watts, specialist accountants to owner managed businesses and current partners of Worth Capital.

Paul Ephremsen

Co-founder

Start-ups need people with self belief, drive and the right attitude towards risk. Not everyone has it. I think that’s what stands entrepreneurs apart. I guess I can relate to these traits and it’s a reason I’ve been involved in many new ventures.
Every great business needs a well thought through action plan. Entrepreneurs must continually communicate this plan to their team to ensure everyone knows the part they must play. It sounds so simple but it requires great people skills to get it right.
I co-founded iD, a leading experiential agency in 1994 with just £2,000 – we’ve since billed nearly £100m from some of the worlds biggest brands and I’m still Chairman of the agency today. I’ve founded many start-ups in the media and agency sectors, including a live media rights owner called Brandspace which was sold to Octopus Ventures in 2008. I’m a regular seed investor and advocate of crowdfunding.

Paul Soanes

Co-founder

To be successful, an entrepreneur doesn’t always need a great idea, but they will always need a great (and detailed) plan.
Success will mostly come from two things. Firstly, the relentless discipline of reviewing and measuring progress against the plan. Secondly, employing a team who can deliver the many small actions to fulfil the bigger plan. Stirring in the other magic ingredients of natural flair, creativity and passion, and the entrepreneur will likely taste success.
I’ve always enjoyed taking pretty big calculated risks, so co-founding iD (a leading experiential marketing agency) straight out of university felt like a natural thing to do. Over the last twenty years, the success of iD has enabled me to have many other adventures in business. These have included creating a disruptive media business called Brandspace, which we built from scratch and sold to private equity in the space of just 5 years. I am also an active startup investor and have backed over 30 businesses across the media, medical and FMCG sectors.

Rosie Collins

Campaign Manager

My role over the last 4 years saw me working for a leading UK marketing agency owned by two of the Worth Capital founders. It allowed me to develop and deliver multiple projects for global FMCG clients such as Britvic and ASUS as well as build strong client relationships.
I joined the Worth Capital team in early 2015 to manage the operations of the business competitions as well as deliver the investor and entrepreneur marketing plans.
There isn’t anything I don’t turn a hand to and having always had a keen interest and background in the design and creative sector, I truly love being a part of a tremendous platform for likeminded entrepreneurs to accelerate and build their start-ups in to flourishing businesses.

Sally Wilson

Commercial Director

Having worked with the Worth Capital founders for over 4 years, I lead the commercial direction across many of their businesses.
It’s been a promising few years for Worth Capital and the future of the business looks prosperous. The start-up and SME landscape is booming and so there’s never been a better time to get out there and support the start-up stars of tomorrow.

Sharon Richey

Shareholder

You could say I have a true entrepreneurial spirit since I started my first business before I was 10, then another when I was 18 which went on to win a ‘Best of Small Businesses’ award!
In 2003 I founded BEcause, now a Global Brand Experience Group, and our business has gone on to win a string of awards for marketing effectiveness, creativity and people management.

Alex Johns

Co-founder

Having spent years setting up my own companies as well as helping big and small businesses grow, I’m well placed to make things happen for our growing team of entrepreneurs. The one thing I’ve learnt is that to be successful today you need a great plan, a “can do” mentor, a bit of luck and most importantly a whole load of resilience.
I was part of the team that created The London Triathlon from scratch in 1998 which became the world’s largest triathlon in its first year with global TV coverage. I then started up iblink with £15,000 of start up capital and just 3 years later, we’d created the largest digital advertising platform in Europe which we sold to media giant JC Decaux.
I’m an active mentor and investor in several start-ups and I’m currently the Managing Partner of Worth Retail – sister company to Worth Capital.

Ben Hortop

Business Development & Investment

Having spent over 20 years at both ends of Professional Sport – as Professional Athlete and Business Owner of a Sports and Business consultancy, I have been fortunate to spend huge amounts of private time with blue chip board members and small business owners alike, gleaning their collective knowledge and experiences to pass on to the future entrepreneurs I meet.
The last 5 years have been spent raising finance in the start-up / SME space, successfully structuring & raising multi-millions via the government backed SEIS & EIS schemes alongside raising private equity, loan & debt finance and utilising a select few of the many crowdfunding platforms that exist.
I was delighted to join the Worth Capital team in this capacity, helping the successful businesses filtering through our competitions with their seed investment and fund raising requirements, while being mindful of their future plans for investment and business development.
I also help run and manage a series of golf events as an active fundraiser and Golf Professional for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust & Help4Heroes. The Worth team love our golf so please let us know if you’d like to join us at any events during the season ahead.

Hayley Etherington

Business Operations Director

Over the last 12 years my career has allowed me to work in various strategic client management and relationship development roles for numerous international media and brand partners.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Worth Capital founders for over 10 years and was asked to join the business in 2014 to develop the Facebook relationship, which led to the successful delivery of the Big App Fund and subsequent seed funding of two prosperous new start-ups. I am now responsible for the output of the competitions & the value generated for media & brand partnerships.
It’s a delight to work with such talented entrepreneurs who become the lifeblood of our business after winning investment via our competitions. I look forward to working with many more over the coming years with anticipation and excitement.

Joss Davidge

Shareholder

If being an entrepreneur is about ‘taking a risk in the hope of profit’ then I am an entrepreneur every day.
As Director of the Unexpected at a leading experiential marketing agency my role is about finding creative and unusual solutions (the risk bit) to business challenges (the profit bit).
When you run your own creative business you have to be a bit of a thrill junkie, as everyday can be a rollercoaster. The trick is to find ways to flatten out the curves, but keep the momentum going.
Having been in business for nearly 30 years helps a lot, especially with a blend of 60% bluechip business experience and 40% agency perspective.
It also helps that I am a bit of a techno geek, that used to be a bad thing, but today keeping ahead of the techno curve is vital..so I wouldn’t have it any other way.
A founder of Worth Capital, I work across the day-to-day running of the business, from creating the media and brand partnerships through selecting investments to releasing the full potential of entrepreneurs and accelerating the growth of our portfolio of businesses.

Matthew Cushen

Co-founder

During my career I’ve been fortunate to work with, learn from and help the leadership teams of some of the largest businesses in the world. Most recently I’ve been a Director of ?What If!, the world’s largest innovation consultancy, helping the leadership teams of some of the largest companies across the globe including SABMiller, Barclays, IKEA and Tesco.
My empathy with the world of entrepreneurs comes from establishing, and then selling, a retail business and from making several angel investments. I’ve had one very profitable large exit, one exit at par, am sitting on half a dozen growing businesses and (so far) have had no failures.
A founder of Worth Capital, I work across the day-to-day running of the business, from creating the media and brand partnerships through selecting investments to releasing the full potential of entrepreneurs and accelerating the growth of our portfolio of businesses.

Neil Stammers

Board Director

I sit on the Board of Directors here at Worth Capital, representing the collective shareholders.
I currently hold of the position of Managing Partner, Accountant and Business Advisor at Haines Watts, specialist accountants to owner managed businesses and current partners of Worth Capital.

Paul Soanes

Co-founder

To be successful, an entrepreneur doesn’t always need a great idea, but they will always need a great (and detailed) plan.
Success will mostly come from two things. Firstly, the relentless discipline of reviewing and measuring progress against the plan. Secondly, employing a team who can deliver the many small actions to fulfil the bigger plan. Stirring in the other magic ingredients of natural flair, creativity and passion, and the entrepreneur will likely taste success.
I’ve always enjoyed taking pretty big calculated risks, so co-founding iD (a leading experiential marketing agency) straight out of university felt like a natural thing to do. Over the last twenty years, the success of iD has enabled me to have many other adventures in business. These have included creating a disruptive media business called Brandspace, which we built from scratch and sold to private equity in the space of just 5 years. I am also an active startup investor and have backed over 30 businesses across the media, medical and FMCG sectors.

Paul Ephremsen

Co-founder

Start-ups need people with self belief, drive and the right attitude towards risk. Not everyone has it. I think that’s what stands entrepreneurs apart. I guess I can relate to these traits and it’s a reason I’ve been involved in many new ventures.
Every great business needs a well thought through action plan. Entrepreneurs must continually communicate this plan to their team to ensure everyone knows the part they must play. It sounds so simple but it requires great people skills to get it right.
I co-founded iD, a leading experiential agency in 1994 with just £2,000 – we’ve since billed nearly £100m from some of the worlds biggest brands and I’m still Chairman of the agency today. I’ve founded many start-ups in the media and agency sectors, including a live media rights owner called Brandspace which was sold to Octopus Ventures in 2008. I’m a regular seed investor and advocate of crowdfunding.

Sharon Richey

Shareholder

You could say I have a true entrepreneurial spirit since I started my first business before I was 10, then another when I was 18 which went on to win a ‘Best of Small Businesses’ award!
In 2003 I founded BEcause, now a Global Brand Experience Group, and our business has gone on to win a string of awards for marketing effectiveness, creativity and people management.

Alex Johns

Co-founder

Having spent years setting up my own companies as well as helping big and small businesses grow, I’m well placed to make things happen for our growing team of entrepreneurs. The one thing I’ve learnt is that to be successful today you need a great plan, a “can do” mentor, a bit of luck and most importantly a whole load of resilience.
I was part of the team that created The London Triathlon from scratch in 1998 which became the world’s largest triathlon in its first year with global TV coverage. I then started up iblink with £15,000 of start up capital and just 3 years later, we’d created the largest digital advertising platform in Europe which we sold to media giant JC Decaux.
I’m an active mentor and investor in several start-ups and I’m currently the Managing Partner of Worth Retail – sister company to Worth Capital.

Matthew Cushen

Co-founder

During my career I’ve been fortunate to work with, learn from and help the leadership teams of some of the largest businesses in the world. Most recently I’ve been a Director of ?What If!, the world’s largest innovation consultancy, helping the leadership teams of some of the largest companies across the globe including SABMiller, Barclays, IKEA and Tesco.
My empathy with the world of entrepreneurs comes from establishing, and then selling, a retail business and from making several angel investments. I’ve had one very profitable large exit, one exit at par, am sitting on half a dozen growing businesses and (so far) have had no failures.
A founder of Worth Capital, I work across the day-to-day running of the business, from creating the media and brand partnerships through selecting investments to releasing the full potential of entrepreneurs and accelerating the growth of our portfolio of businesses.

Paul Soanes

Co-founder

To be successful, an entrepreneur doesn’t always need a great idea, but they will always need a great (and detailed) plan.
Success will mostly come from two things. Firstly, the relentless discipline of reviewing and measuring progress against the plan. Secondly, employing a team who can deliver the many small actions to fulfil the bigger plan. Stirring in the other magic ingredients of natural flair, creativity and passion, and the entrepreneur will likely taste success.
I’ve always enjoyed taking pretty big calculated risks, so co-founding iD (a leading experiential marketing agency) straight out of university felt like a natural thing to do. Over the last twenty years, the success of iD has enabled me to have many other adventures in business. These have included creating a disruptive media business called Brandspace, which we built from scratch and sold to private equity in the space of just 5 years. I am also an active startup investor and have backed over 30 businesses across the media, medical and FMCG sectors.

Paul Ephremsen

Co-founder

Start-ups need people with self belief, drive and the right attitude towards risk. Not everyone has it. I think that’s what stands entrepreneurs apart. I guess I can relate to these traits and it’s a reason I’ve been involved in many new ventures.
Every great business needs a well thought through action plan. Entrepreneurs must continually communicate this plan to their team to ensure everyone knows the part they must play. It sounds so simple but it requires great people skills to get it right.
I co-founded iD, a leading experiential agency in 1994 with just £2,000 – we’ve since billed nearly £100m from some of the worlds biggest brands and I’m still Chairman of the agency today. I’ve founded many start-ups in the media and agency sectors, including a live media rights owner called Brandspace which was sold to Octopus Ventures in 2008. I’m a regular seed investor and advocate of crowdfunding.

Alex Johns

Co-founder

Having spent years setting up my own companies as well as helping big and small businesses grow, I’m well placed to make things happen for our growing team of entrepreneurs. The one thing I’ve learnt is that to be successful today you need a great plan, a “can do” mentor, a bit of luck and most importantly a whole load of resilience.
I was part of the team that created The London Triathlon from scratch in 1998 which became the world’s largest triathlon in its first year with global TV coverage. I then started up iblink with £15,000 of start up capital and just 3 years later, we’d created the largest digital advertising platform in Europe which we sold to media giant JC Decaux.
I’m an active mentor and investor in several start-ups and I’m currently the Managing Partner of Worth Retail – sister company to Worth Capital.

Matthew Cushen

Co-founder

During my career I’ve been fortunate to work with, learn from and help the leadership teams of some of the largest businesses in the world. Most recently I’ve been a Director of ?What If!, the world’s largest innovation consultancy, helping the leadership teams of some of the largest companies across the globe including SABMiller, Barclays, IKEA and Tesco.
My empathy with the world of entrepreneurs comes from establishing, and then selling, a retail business and from making several angel investments. I’ve had one very profitable large exit, one exit at par, am sitting on half a dozen growing businesses and (so far) have had no failures.
A founder of Worth Capital, I work across the day-to-day running of the business, from creating the media and brand partnerships through selecting investments to releasing the full potential of entrepreneurs and accelerating the growth of our portfolio of businesses.

Paul Soanes

Co-founder

To be successful, an entrepreneur doesn’t always need a great idea, but they will always need a great (and detailed) plan.
Success will mostly come from two things. Firstly, the relentless discipline of reviewing and measuring progress against the plan. Secondly, employing a team who can deliver the many small actions to fulfil the bigger plan. Stirring in the other magic ingredients of natural flair, creativity and passion, and the entrepreneur will likely taste success.
I’ve always enjoyed taking pretty big calculated risks, so co-founding iD (a leading experiential marketing agency) straight out of university felt like a natural thing to do. Over the last twenty years, the success of iD has enabled me to have many other adventures in business. These have included creating a disruptive media business called Brandspace, which we built from scratch and sold to private equity in the space of just 5 years. I am also an active startup investor and have backed over 30 businesses across the media, medical and FMCG sectors.

Paul Ephremsen

Co-founder

Start-ups need people with self belief, drive and the right attitude towards risk. Not everyone has it. I think that’s what stands entrepreneurs apart. I guess I can relate to these traits and it’s a reason I’ve been involved in many new ventures.
Every great business needs a well thought through action plan. Entrepreneurs must continually communicate this plan to their team to ensure everyone knows the part they must play. It sounds so simple but it requires great people skills to get it right.
I co-founded iD, a leading experiential agency in 1994 with just £2,000 – we’ve since billed nearly £100m from some of the worlds biggest brands and I’m still Chairman of the agency today. I’ve founded many start-ups in the media and agency sectors, including a live media rights owner called Brandspace which was sold to Octopus Ventures in 2008. I’m a regular seed investor and advocate of crowdfunding.

Neil Stammers

Board Director

I sit on the Board of Directors here at Worth Capital, representing the collective shareholders.
I currently hold of the position of Managing Partner, Accountant and Business Advisor at Haines Watts, specialist accountants to owner managed businesses and current partners of Worth Capital.

Ben Hortop

Business Development & Investment

Having spent over 20 years at both ends of Professional Sport – as Professional Athlete and Business Owner of a Sports and Business consultancy, I have been fortunate to spend huge amounts of private time with blue chip board members and small business owners alike, gleaning their collective knowledge and experiences to pass on to the future entrepreneurs I meet.
The last 5 years have been spent raising finance in the start-up / SME space, successfully structuring & raising multi-millions via the government backed SEIS & EIS schemes alongside raising private equity, loan & debt finance and utilising a select few of the many crowdfunding platforms that exist.
I was delighted to join the Worth Capital team in this capacity, helping the successful businesses filtering through our competitions with their seed investment and fund raising requirements, while being mindful of their future plans for investment and business development.
I also help run and manage a series of golf events as an active fundraiser and Golf Professional for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust & Help4Heroes. The Worth team love our golf so please let us know if you’d like to join us at any events during the season ahead.

Ellie Croft

Project & Office Manager

I moved to London in 2014 to join a small strategy and innovation consultancy, working as Innovation Coordinator. My role allowed me to develop strong client relationships, whilst overseeing the day-to-day management and delivery of projects, workshops, and idea generation sessions.
Clients I’ve previously worked with include Virgin Holidays, Heineken, Pernod Ricard and LinkedIn.I’ve recently joined Worth Capital as Project and Office Manager, overseeing the scheduling of resources across the business to ensure projects run smoothly.

Lauren Battie

Finance Manager

I’ve always been intrigued by the start-up space so it’s exciting to now be working with such talented entrepreneurs.
I am responsible for the day to day accounting of the business and, more importantly, I ensure everyone gets paid on time!

Hayley Etherington

Business Operations Director

Over the last 12 years my career has allowed me to work in various strategic client management and relationship development roles for numerous international media and brand partners.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with the Worth Capital founders for over 10 years and was asked to join the business in 2014 to develop the Facebook relationship, which led to the successful delivery of the Big App Fund and subsequent seed funding of two prosperous new start-ups. I am now responsible for the output of the competitions & the value generated for media & brand partnerships.
It’s a delight to work with such talented entrepreneurs who become the lifeblood of our business after winning investment via our competitions. I look forward to working with many more over the coming years with anticipation and excitement.

Lina Jovaisaite

Marketing Manager

I joined Worth Capital as a Marketing Manager in January 2016, taking ownership for market research, promotional campaigns, PR, events & online activities.
I have always enjoyed the buzz & intensity of a start-up environment. Working for a company like Worth Capital allows me to witness the growth & innovation of new businesses and follow the next-big-thing in the making!

Matthew Cushen

Co-founder

During my career I’ve been fortunate to work with, learn from and help the leadership teams of some of the largest businesses in the world. Most recently I’ve been a Director of ?What If!, the world’s largest innovation consultancy, helping the leadership teams of some of the largest companies across the globe including SABMiller, Barclays, IKEA and Tesco.
My empathy with the world of entrepreneurs comes from establishing, and then selling, a retail business and from making several angel investments. I’ve had one very profitable large exit, one exit at par, am sitting on half a dozen growing businesses and (so far) have had no failures.
A founder of Worth Capital, I work across the day-to-day running of the business, from creating the media and brand partnerships through selecting investments to releasing the full potential of entrepreneurs and accelerating the growth of our portfolio of businesses.

Paul Soanes

Co-founder

To be successful, an entrepreneur doesn’t always need a great idea, but they will always need a great (and detailed) plan.
Success will mostly come from two things. Firstly, the relentless discipline of reviewing and measuring progress against the plan. Secondly, employing a team who can deliver the many small actions to fulfil the bigger plan. Stirring in the other magic ingredients of natural flair, creativity and passion, and the entrepreneur will likely taste success.
I’ve always enjoyed taking pretty big calculated risks, so co-founding iD (a leading experiential marketing agency) straight out of university felt like a natural thing to do. Over the last twenty years, the success of iD has enabled me to have many other adventures in business. These have included creating a disruptive media business called Brandspace, which we built from scratch and sold to private equity in the space of just 5 years. I am also an active startup investor and have backed over 30 businesses across the media, medical and FMCG sectors.

Rosie Collins

Campaign Manager

My role over the last 4 years saw me working for a leading UK marketing agency owned by two of the Worth Capital founders. It allowed me to develop and deliver multiple projects for global FMCG clients such as Britvic and ASUS as well as build strong client relationships.
I joined the Worth Capital team in early 2015 to manage the operations of the business competitions as well as deliver the investor and entrepreneur marketing plans.
There isn’t anything I don’t turn a hand to and having always had a keen interest and background in the design and creative sector, I truly love being a part of a tremendous platform for likeminded entrepreneurs to accelerate and build their start-ups in to flourishing businesses.

Sally Wilson

Commercial Director

Having worked with the Worth Capital founders for over 4 years, I lead the commercial direction across many of their businesses.
It’s been a promising few years for Worth Capital and the future of the business looks prosperous. The start-up and SME landscape is booming and so there’s never been a better time to get out there and support the start-up stars of tomorrow.