Who are we?
The Good Business Charter is an initiative of the Good Business Foundation, a charity registered in England and Wales. The Good Business Charter team work closely with the TUC (Trades Union Congress), IoD (Institute of Directors) and FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) among others to ensure that the voices of both businesses and workers are heard.
Our Core Team
Jenny Herrera | CEO
Sam Agnew | Community Manager
Julie Allen | Member Support Manager
Hunter Hampton-Matthews | Head of Growth
Mark Olivier | Accreditations and Renewals Administrator
Sam Weller | Communications Officer
Simon FoxSimon Fox, previously Chief Executive of Reach plc, the company that owns the Daily Mirror, Express and Star newspapers, is chairing the board of trustees.
John FosterJohn Foster is Director of Policy and Communications at the CBI.
Tim SharpOur TUC trustee representative is Tim Sharp who is a Senior Policy Officer with responsibility for its work on employment rights.
Miatta FahnbullehMiatta Fahnbulleh, Chief Executive at the New Economics Foundation, a charity which seeks to transform the economy so it works for people and planet, is also a trustee.
Katherine ChapmanKatherine Chapman is Director of the Living Wage Foundation, and brings her considerable expertise in running an accreditation scheme to the board of trustees.
Julian RicherThe Good Business Charter was the idea of Julian Richer who is the initial funder and a trustee of the Good Business Foundation also.
The GBC is partnering with the Living Wage Foundation, the Ethical Trading Initiative and the Prompt Payment Code amongst others as part of its accreditation process as it prefers to work with respected, established operators in their respective fields.
The GBC team would like to thank Julie Abraham, Robert Bamforth, Alistair Crane, Lol Lecanu, David Robinson, George Turner, Scott Wood and Claudia Vernon for their help in setting up the Good Business Charter. We would also like to thank Jennie Colville, Kasia Gulyk Rutkowska and Hannah Winter from Capita, Alex Maitland from Oxfam, and Tim Coote and Martin Peters from Commotion for their help in the developing the GBC.
Photo of Julian Richer: Gerardo Jaconelli