Paul Lindley is an award-winning British entrepreneur, social campaigner and best-selling author.
In 2006 Paul founded Ella’s Kitchen. Built on a core social mission, it has become the UK’s largest baby food brand, with over £100M in sales across 40 countries. Paul stepped back from Ella’s Kitchen in 2018.
In 2017 his book ‘Little Wins: The Huge Power of Thinking Like a Toddler’ was published.
In 2018, Paul was appointed Chair of the newly established London Child Obesity Taskforce by Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.
In 2019 Paul founded just IMAGINE if… an annual innovation competition supporting entrepreneurial ideas designed to address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Paul is Chair of Robert F Kennedy Human Rights UK and of the purpose-led business’s Toast Ale and SMASH and is a Trustee of Sesame Workshop, the creators of Sesame Street.
Paul believes the best businesses make profits AND have a core purpose to do social-environmental good; and that more ‘human-ness is needed in our economy and civil society.