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Keynote SPEAKERS at The BRITISH & INTERNATIONAL Franchise Exhibition

Jamie Bolding | Founder and CEO, Jungle Creations

Friday 1 February

12.45 - 13:15 | Theatre 3

The challenges of rapid growth and how to overcome them

Jamie Bolding is the Founder & CEO of Jungle Creations, a media company for the social age, specialising in creating video content that is distributed to its online community of over 85 million followers. 

Jamie founded the business in 2014 at the age of 23 and has since grown the company to over 140 employees across three offices in London, New York and LA.

The company’s in house creative agency ‘Treehouse’ produces campaigns for clients including Baileys, Greenpeace, Sky and Virgin, and in 2017 Jungle Creations generated the most Facebook video views for brands of any other UK publisher. In 2017, Jungle Creations generated a turnover of £10 million, which is set to double this year.

Jamie, who was featured as the top Media and Marketing honouree in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe, will be speaking about the various challenges of rapid growth and how to overcome them at The British & International Franchise Exhibition on Friday 1 February. Book free tickets here.

Siddhi Mehta | Founder, RHYTHM108

Saturday 2 February

13.15 - 13:45 | Theatre 3

Building a brand for a new generation of consumers

Having started from a Sunday market stand in Switzerland, Siddhi founded RHYTHM108 – a company that re-invents your favourite sweet treats like biscuits and cake bars with wholesome, nutritious, and organic ingredients – so you never have to miss out on the fun. 

Siddhi created Rhythm108 due to the unexpected effects she experienced working in large, fast-paced cities like London. It didn’t take long for her to notice that oftentimes the forceful nature of these cities created a distinct disconnect between people, their sources of food, and the environment. When she moved to Switzerland, she was inspired by beauty of the Alps and the calm they instilled in her, influencing her to create a brand that reflected her new lifestyle. 

In 4 years, Siddhi has taken the business to over £2.5 million in sales, and her products are stocked in over 3,000 locations, winning two Great Taste Awards, three Quality Food Awards including one for Best Small Producer.

Siddhi will be talking about how she built her brand, Rhythm108, in a more than ever crowded marketplace - where traditional retail is being disrupted by ecommerce, price competition is fierce, and consumer values are constantly changing. See her at The British & International Franchise Exhibition on Saturday 2 February. Book free tickets here.