24 Oct Brian Stein

This episode is different to the previous. In this episode I have a further discussion into my guest, dissecting the causes and linked issues to his intolerance to non-native electromagnetic fields. What makes this episode interesting is that my guest Brian Stein has EHS (electro-hypersensitivity). Now retired, but he ran a billions rand company with his EHS, also by making some modifications to his environment and scheduling.

Brian’s Profile

Following a very successful early career in Food Manufacturing / Production Management, developed into broader Commercial and General Management culminating as Chief Executive of the UK’s leading progressive chilled prepared foods manufacturer.

Renowned for successful employee, organisational and customer development skills and is synonymous with high quality product manufacturing and ethical standards.

Successfully demonstrated how a focused, decentralised but with strong selective centralised guidance approach to business development together with a constant quest for innovation has by far been the most successful route to sustained business growth in the chilled prepared food sector.

Samworth Brothers
Chief Executive (1995-2012)
Retired April 2012

£800m t/o 7500 employee branded (Ginsters, Dickinson & Morris, Walker & Son) and own label chilled prepared food manufacturer (savoury pastry, ready meals, sandwiches, salads, desserts, cooked meat and sausages), supplying all the major multiples, M&S and Waitrose as well as the convenience, impulse and travel sectors through the Ginsters Brand. The Samworth Brothers Group is split into 13 subsidiary largely autonomous businesses recognising product and customer focus.
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