Dominic Baliszewski is head of consumer strategy at Moneyhub and its parent company, Momentum. Moneyhub was one of the first to launch of a new range of money apps designed to aggregate all our financial accounts in one place and allow us to view them all online, across different devices.
“Doing the right thing will always and forever be the right thing.” We quiz Danny Matthews, the founder of Mortgy, a new online mortgage platform, about his financial goodness. 1. How would you rate your own personal finances for goodness, on a scale of 1 to 10? Why? I’m pretty good
How would you rate your own personal finances for goodness, on a scale of 1 to 10? Why? I am one of those reckless millennials who is living on the edge with high debts and no savings, the kind that you hear baby-boomers endlessly complaining about, always spending all my
Ahead of Good Money Week, we asked Anna Guyer, founder of Greenhouse PR, a company which celebrates and promotes sustainability in all sectors including financial services, how she keeps her own money good. How would you rate your own personal finances for goodness, on a scale of 1 to 10?
Almost certainly you have dropped your phone down the loo at least once, or if not then certainly on the floor, so you’ll know that feeling. And if the bowl of rice trick didn’t work for you and you’ve lost all the kids’ pics you’d not got round to uploading to
For too long this notion of doing the right thing has felt at odds with generating returns and it is great to see this already changing Neil is lead manager of the AT Sustainable Future European Growth fund, which was recently named as ‘Best Buy for Ethical Investment’ in Ethical
Tessa Cook is co-founder and CEO of OLIO, the amazing new food sharing app. OLIO connects neighbours with each other and with local independent shops so that surplus food can be shared, not thrown away. This includes food nearing its sell-by date from shops, cafes and markets, spare vegetables from
Vikki Knowles is publisher of the Susty Girl blog and contributor to Collectively, among other sites. She writes about sustainable business and ethical living, covering anything from upcycled jeans and tasty vegan food to the latest in clean tech and jargon-busting climate change. She loves anything girl-power, diversity-embracing, creativity (and all
Hannah Gilbert is publisher of Carefully Curated, a blog about design-led products with ethical & environmental provenance, as well as wider issues of sustainability, alternative business models and responsible investment. She’s former lead strategist at Trillion Fund, a crowdfunding platform, and is campaigning for responsible pensions. As part of our new “Little
Jen Gale is the author of the fab guide to living the Good Life blog – My Make Do And Mend Life, an inspiring speaker (see her TEDx talk here) and campaigner (365 ways to change the world over 2016). She is also the very first of our Good With
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