The Den - Conversations with Andrew WolffeDec 20, 2021
Rod down, volume up. Tune in to this weeks episode with Stewart Collingswood, Founder of Alba Game Fishing. Get hooked on our conversation about creativity in business, tourism and fishing.
Explore the impact of technology on creativity... This week we hear from Andy Adamson, Founder of Edinburgh-based company WEB, sharing thoughts on topics such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and creativity & technology in business.
By the right, quick march! Time to focus your attention on my conversation this week with David Allfrey, Producer and Chief Executive of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and where he explains how important creativity is, even in a world that is as finely tuned as the military.
Unplug your amp and plug in your headphones this week for a refreshing new take on creativity from the super talented Alejandro Zuluaga, a Colombian musician who writes and performs music in many different genres, not one to be missed!
The world of fashion is changing so it's really exciting to hear from Camilo Sarmiento, Co-Founder and and CEO of COLBRAND, to hear his take on where the worlds of fashion and sustainability will lead us in the 2020's.
Strap in for what might be my best podcast yet with Harris Bell, a ballet dancer at the Royal Ballet in London with a unique view of creativity in the world of the performing arts!
Get your weekly dose of creative goodness by listening to my latest podcast with Heidi Carroll, founder of Meerkat who are an independent media agency covering the expanding needs of clients across media; digital, creative, music, research, and multi-channel marketing.
Plug in those earphones and tune in this week for my latest podcast with Andrea Shaw, Director of FM Recruitment, a company who deliver financial recruitment for international hospitality, real estate, hotel and leisure industries.
Lucy & Paul Hull
This week I'm delighted to be speaking to Lucy & Paul Hull, the co-founders of For the Love of the North, a fast-growing business that supports and celebrates local artists in the North of England.
This week I’m delighted to have a conversation with John Stevenson. John is an entrepreneur, a hospitality advocate and is Founder of Zero Procure.
This week I’m in conversation with Joanna Goddard who is not Nanny MacPhie, but is well placed to discuss creativity in sectors you might not imagine being creative.
This week I’m delighted to have a conversation with my mindset guru Rob Begg. Rob describes himself as a fast growth, sales and mindset coach. He helps entrepreneurs, leaders and teams master their inner game.
This week I want to move from discussing creativity in the business arena and explore creativity and innovation in sport. I’m delighted to have teed up a conversation with Richie Ramsay. Richie’s is a Scottish professional golfer who plays on the European Tour, he played in the 2005 Walker Cup and in 2006, became the first British golfer in almost a century to win the U.S. Amateur.
In this week’s podcast I’m in conversation with Jamie Jauncey. Jamie is founding partner at Dark Angels and The Stories We Tell, Director at Invisible Grail, novelist, blogger and musician.
This week, I’m in conversation with Sophie Maulevrier business founder and travel blogger. She has been a client, friend, and collaborator of Wolffe for some time.
This week I'm in conversation with Ashleigh Donald, co-founder of Halo Consulting and marketing specialist for the hospitality sector. Ashleigh shares her views on how the hospitality sector has been embracing creativity, and how she thinks we should always push beyond our comfort zones.
This week I'm in conversation (on Zoom; and apologies for audio quality) with Blair Bowman, internationally recognised whisky consultant and author. Blair shares his views on how the whisky sector is embracing innovation, and how he 'listens to his gut instinct'. Slainte!
This week, I’m in conversation with Paul Scharf from G.F. Smith, to talk all things paper. Paul Scharf calls it “Brand in Hand”, and discusses how he sells paper to enhance design.
This week, I’m in conversation with David Reid, founder of Because Brands Matter - Edinburgh-based brand building and marketing consultants who are some-time collaborators with Wolffe. Over a nice bottle of Claret, we discuss a bygone era when great ideas, magic markers and layout pads were all that mattered.