Anna from Tom’s Teas talks about brand
Anna Stopps chats with Sarah about her brand journey with Tom’s Teas.
How wearables can strengthen consumer relationships
Wearable tech is touching all aspects of life, so how can brands tap into tech?
Damian King talks about his plan to walk across India
Damian King joins us to talk about his an inspirational venture to raise awareness of mental health (CALM).
What happens when brands take a stand on social issues?
We take a look at the recent increase in brands weighing in on social, cultural and political issues.
Shoppers raise the bar for bathroom-based sustainability
Global production of plastics is predicted to double by 2040, what can we do to avoid that happening?
Unlocking the power of community-driven marketing
How do brands engage in a way that will influence behaviour and inspire action?
Creating happy family memories
Helen Burgess, Founder of Little Cooks Co, explains how to balance family life with a healthy food brand.
Mind the (gender) gap
In honour of International Women’s Day we’re celebrating powerful female entrepreneurs making a positive impact.
Grab a handful of unruly flavour
Real Handful's co-founder Joe Taylor who talked to us about his mission to make better snacks that improve lives.
Free Soul branding for women
Arjun Sofat chats with us about Free Soul's scientific no-nonsense approach to women’s nutrition.
Veganism, from movement to mainstream
Veganism is on an epic shift from movement to mainstream. So what is it, and what's the cause of its huge popularity?
Morsbags: how to sew a good deed
Sociable. Guerrilla. Bagging: a feel-good way to fight waste.
Pippa Murray talks nuts, brands and nutrition
Pip tells us all about Pip & Nut's ambition to embrace healthy fats and put nuts back on the nutritional map.
How to win the hearts of conscious consumers
Who are conscious consumers and do they really matter to brands? The answer is yes, absolutely.
Chris Forbes tells all about The Cheeky Panda
Co-Founder of The Cheeky Panda talks about start-up challenges.
Less change leading to Greater Change
If a homeless person had a barcode that you could scan to give them money, would you? Does this instantly sound like a good idea?
Rebel Kitchen’s brand Guru talks rebels
Natasha’s tips on brand awareness and why being rebels is important.
The buzzword in business
Being B Corp certified is a great way to cultivate a positive company culture; after all, nothing unites people like a common cause.
Steve Kearns on the future of Cawston Press
Steve Kearns talks to Feel-Good Brands about Cawston Press soft drinks.
Healthy food in the workplace
How you can get better food options and more transparency at lunchtime.
Rob Wilson talks bread and beer
Chief Toaster Rob Wilson explains how Toast Ale is tackling the food global waste problem.
No more Mr. Niche guy
Find out how the niche food category is transitioning into mainstream and why.
Richard Turner shares his passion for chocolate
Co-Founder of Ombar discusses tips on transforming a new brand into global success.
Plum & Luke discuss a holistic approach to business
Co-Founders of Two Degrees discuss conscious consumerism.
Suzie Walker shares her vision for Primal
Founder & Chief Fire Starter talks business evolution.
Saasha tackles food waste
Co-Founder of OLIO discusses how to create a business plan based on a personal passion.
'Niche' brands are marketing to the masses
The popularity of wellness is catapulting 'niche' brands into the mainstream market.
Making the Feel-Good Brands Awards 2018
Feel-Good Brands Co-Founder, Paul Ringsell on launching the FGB awards.
Top trends to hit the wellness market in 2018
Get the load-down on the 5 key spaces set to grow in the wellness space in 2018.
Andrew Thomas on innovation in the health market
Founder of BetterYou shares his passion for research and high-quality ingredients.
Five killer reasons to enter business awards
We discuss how entering awards can help elevate your business.
Lauren Armes gives us an insight into Welltodo
Founder of Welltodo discusses her passion for the wellness industry.
Top 18 wellness trends for 2018
Read about the trends predicted to dominate the health and wellness space in 2018.
Generation Z and the fitness industry
How 21 year olds and under interact with, and influence the fitness market.
Will Smithard on inspiring a more active nation
We learn about ukactive's vision to get more people, more active, more often.
Five brands shaking up the grocery industry
Startups are providing tailored shopping experiences in response to consumers' changing attitudes.
Top five food and drink trends for 2018
Five key trends have been predicted to impact the food and drink market in 2018.
Older consumers redefining wellness
Read how an ageing population is shaping the health and wellness market.
Q&A with Linus Gorpe
Founder of The Raw Chocolate Co shares his passion for healthy indulgence.
Andrew Hunt shares his feel-good food inspiration
Co-Founder of Aduna discusses how the power of brands can be harnessed to create positive social change.
Just because we can advance, should we?
What is AI and should we really be worried about the implications on our working lives?
Q&A with Hugh Thomas
Co-Founder of Ugly Drinks shares his inspiration behind the brand.
Could Fair for Life become the new seal of approval?
With big name brands dropping Fairtrade, can Fair for Life provide the ethical trading standard brands are seeking?
Wellness subscription boxes diversify
Burpees and Brunch launch a subscription box for women of colour.
UK health club market stronger than ever
2017 report shows industry figures are at an all-time high, with no signs of falling.
The key to a more successful content strategy
Learn the key points for clear, effective communication that delivers results.
The power of social call-out culture
A survey into the impact that call-out culture has on brands and consumers.
5 steps to outperform the competition
Ellie Hutch gives her tips on how to elevate energy levels and boost team performance.
Entrepreneurs share their secrets
Podcast host shares key pieces of advice gained from talking to hundreds of entrepreneurs.
Emotive tech is the future of marketing
How brands are using technology to read consumers emotions.
Eco-athleisure wear is rising
How big names in fashion are marrying up clothing, branding and ecology.
Suzie Walker talks customer satisfaction
Sophie interviews Suzie Walker, Founder & Chief Fire Starter at The Primal Pantry.
These are Marketing Week’s 100 Disruptive Brands 2017, the young brands that could be disrupting your world.
Q&A with Jess Titcumb
We caught up with Jess to find out what it takes to launch a new brand and stand out in an already crowded marketplace.
Defining personal customer profiles
How to understand your consumers and make your communications more personal to engage on an emotional level.
Content for niche audiences
Cut through the noise and ensure your content really resonates with a specific target audience.
Technology and emotion
We no longer talk about digital or social channels — the Internet isn’t separate to our everyday lives, we live here now.