Described by Theodore Zeldin as “one of our boldest business gurus,” Andy Law is an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
During his 40 years working first in advertising and then global business consulting, he has been profiled by the Harvard Business Review, has
chaired plenary sessions at Davos, advised in Downing Street, shared the podium with world leaders, managed communications innovation for global companies and written a number of highly acclaimed business books. His first book, Open Minds, was described as “a 20th century equivalent of John Foxe’s Book of Martyrs (1563), a business book which is literature.”
His final goal, to retire as near as possible to 60, has now been achieved and at last he can return to his first love, Classics, which he read at university.
Andy now lives in the UK and Italy and spends his time writing.
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