Alex Packham is one of the UK's most exciting and successful young entrepreneurs. After building scheduling platform ContentCal up from fledgling idea into Adobe's first ever UK acquisition in just 6 years, he is now a respected voice in the startup community and prolific angel investor. With a recognisable name, regular speaking gigs and big plans for the future, his personal brand could no longer be allowed to grow without proper care and attention – enter Airborne.
Happiness isn’t about making millions but it is about being free to make the choices you want to make. It’s about waking up and doing what you want with your day. Having sovereignty and control so you can enjoy your life. In order to get there, we need to work out what fuels us and feeds us then put our heart and soul into getting good at it. Alex unlocks networks, patterns and doorways to spur entrepreneurs on, so they can do their best work and live their best lives.
Our strategic work with Alex went deep into his ideas and philosophies on life and business. What came out was a keen thirst for knowledge, the desire to be a decent human and recognising the importance of knowing your worth. Doing the work which doesn't feel like work was the secret he'd unlocked to fuel his own success.
As a curious entrepreneur who's heavily motivated by the human impact business and technology can have, Alex's approach to startups is warm and personable. Tech figures heavily in his thinking, but he's most comfortable having those conversations in laid-back, social settings. His personal brand needed to reflect all of this; future focused and tech driven but also open, relaxed and sophisticated.