22nd November 2019 / Alan Moore

Love the work you do: Blitz Motorcycles

Hugo and Fred build motorcycles. They build them from discarded older motorbikes, curating their builds using the frames, engines, petrol tanks and handlebars from machines of another time. They call their company Blitz — as in giving new life, new energy, new purpose, to old motorcycles. Possessed with an aesthetic vision of how these motorcycles […]

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16th October 2019 / Alan Moore

Do Build: Why Beautiful Businesses are the Future. Workshop

Do Build: Why Beautiful Businesses are the Future. Workshop  Drawing on a lifetime’s experience and practice as a designer, artist and business innovator, Alan Moore will show you how to design and build businesses that are more relevant and needed in the world we all live in today. That build legacy, that go beyond sustainability, […]

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1st October 2019 / Alan Moore

Climate Change is an Opportunity

“That’s what climate change is offering us—a new story about how human beings should interact with each other in this heavenly home called Earth” — Paul Hawken. Paul Hawken is the editor and curator of Project Drawdown. He has inspired both me and my imagination. This is the transcript of an interview where he discusses […]

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9th September 2019 / Alan Moore

Does capitalism need saving from itself?

Does capitalism need saving from itself? My thoughts on Gillian Tett’s article for the Financial Times The business case for beauty Beauty is regenerative The other day a business founder asked me if beauty could help his company become more profitable, I replied, ‘why would you want to do it any other way?’ We need […]

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5th July 2019 / Alan Moore

Conversations about beauty with Konrad Brits of Falcon Coffees

Konrad is the founder and CEO of Falcon Coffees who source green coffee from eighteen producing countries, and work with coffee roasting companies all over the world. Konrad talks about purpose before profit, which means creating a resilient supply chain benefiting the growers over the long term. In this interview Konrad touches upon the theme […]

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27th June 2019 / Alan Moore

Is that the most beautiful decision you could make?

I was asked recently how one could simply and directly apply beauty into leadership? Imagine a company, a large automotive corporation is having a board meeting. The company is under pressure, decisions have to be made to counter its current poor performance of its sales and financial performance.  A number of the board have come […]

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2nd March 2019 / Alan Moore

Beautiful Leadership Workshop. An invitation to Do.

Beautiful Leadership Workshop Our Beautiful Business Faculty is offering, in collaboration with Interface, a one-day interactive experience on Beautiful Leadership. A day to become a more beautiful human, leader and maker by integrating beauty into your daily practice. This experience is for leaders, makers and investors who are looking for a transformational leadership experience to […]

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30th November 2018 / Alan Moore

Dieter Rams: Ten Design Principles for Creating a Beautiful Business

The philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson said the question of beauty takes us from surfaces into thinking about the core foundations of things. This insight is vital to understanding that good design can touch all our lives in the minutest detail – and good design is foundational to beauty and what we bring into our world. […]

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16th October 2018 / Alan Moore

The only business model you need: responsibility for The Total

There is a concept called The Total; based around what we take, make and waste. All businesses are faced with costs associated to all three. The Total encompasses ethics, business, production process, products and the world we inhabit. We have an unlimited responsibility for The Total, a responsibility that we try but do not always […]

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10th October 2018 / Alan Moore

Why we need a restorative economy

‘Capitalists are capitalism’s worst enemy’, wrote economist John Kay – ‘and particularly the market fundamentalist tendency which has been in the ascendant for the last 20 years.’ Kay adds: ‘Once we appreciate the historical anomaly of the post-war moment, we might see the capitalism of our own day in a proper light. With its imperious […]

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