Fraser Doherty MBE
Founder & Director, Superjam & Beer52
Fraser Doherty is the founder of the 100% Fruit jam company, SuperJam. He started the company at the age of fourteen, using his Gran’s recipes. Since then, SuperJam has grown to supply over 2,000 supermarkets around the world, selling millions of jars along the way.
SuperJam has been entered into the National Museum of Scotland as an ‘Iconic Scottish Brand’, has won over 20 innovation awards and launched in seven countries around the world.
As well as sharing his story at hundreds of speaking engagements, Fraser is a regular contributor to magazines and an author of two books; SuperBusiness and The SuperJam Cookbook.
Founder & Director, Gumption
Jenna is the Founder & Director of Gumption, the specialist social agency based in the South of UK, delivering projects nationally and internationally. She’s a developer of young talent in her teams and shortlisted as The Drum, Woman of the Year. Jenna talks on digital marketing, growing teams and women in business.
Founder & Director, YENA
Ash is the founder and Director of YENA. As well as his own story, he talks on networking, the next generation of business leaders, digital marketing, the future of people in business, culture and modern business development. Ash is also named on the Maserati100 alongside big-name entrepreneurs such as Richard Reed (Innocent Smoothies), Stelios Haji-Ioannou (Easy Group) and Lord Young (ex Business Advisor to the PM).
Elite Motivator and Founder & Director, Hungry Under Dogs
Cameron is among the top motivational speakers in the UK. The story of his journey from being in the ‘wrong crowd’ at school, to achieving only 3 GCSEs, to scholarship to play American Football for the UK and overcoming heavy dyslexia to become a well-read university student is nothing short of remarkable. Cameron has huge fans in many teachers and businesses across the country and is sure to continue adding to that number.
Property Investor & Business Speaker
After a promising career as a professional footballer was bought to an end before he turned 20, Reece fell into the situation many young sportspeople do, of having huge ambition but nowhere to funnel it. After chance meetings with mentors, Reece got started in property, amassing work with millionaires up and down the country, regularly working with clients overseas. His charisma makes him a great presenter for any audience.