WEBINAR | Build and Scale with Alex Packham

Entrepreneur and founder of ContentCal Alex Packham discusses how leaders can solve unprecedented problems and build thriving teams.
WEBINAR | Build and Scale with Alex Packham

Join us for another episode of the Extraordinary Leaders series on Thursday, April 28th, 2pm BST! 

What does it take to start a new initiative, to be your own boss, and to lead a team to achieve your vision?

Alex Packham, CEO of ContentCal, explores how he took his business from an idea to a full-fledged social media and content planning business acquired by Adobe. From determining product-market fit, to facing new challenges that few have faced before, to hiring an expert team and building a culture where curiosity thrives, founders must take action on many fronts as they scale their companies. Alex will share key findings from his experience and give us a tip or two on how to solve problems creatively.

Join us on Thursday, April 28th, at 2 pm BST to discover:

  • How do you develop the strategy to build and scale a start-up?
  • How do you motivate and manage a strong team?
  • How do you turn uncertainty, challenges and unexpected outcomes into successes?

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Alex Packham, CEO, ContentCal

Alex Packham is a serial entrepreneur and the Founder & CEO of ContentCal, which was acquired by Adobe in 2021. During his ContentCal journey, he raised over £10m for ContentCal, built the business to 3,500+ customers globally, a team of 60, and grew 150% year on year. He now serves as Director of Product at Adobe and is an active angel investor.


JC Ho, Laidlaw Scholar, London Business School

JC is a Laidlaw Scholar who is finishing her MBA studies at London Business School. JC comes with a background in private equity and venture capital, and she co-founded Zocial Earn, a social recommendation and referral platform, before her MBA. She is passionate about investing and all things entrepreneurship.


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Go to the profile of Susanna Kempe (she/her)
about 1 month ago

Really looking forward to this. I have always thought it is much easier to run a large organisation where you have the funds and resources than a start-up where the uncertainty and the unexpected can so easily derail you.