Introducing our new Business Ambassador – Geoff Hudson-Searle

We are delighted to announce Geoff Hudson-Searle as Love146 UK’s first Business Ambassador. This is an exciting and important new role which will help further ensure that awareness of child trafficking, and the needs of survivors, is raised to an even wider audience, and we are thrilled that Geoff has accepted the position.

Along with his company International Business and Executive Management Ltd (IBEM) Geoff has been a passionate supporter of, and collaborator with, Love146 for many years and brings a wealth of knowledge to the role.

With more than 30 years of experience in international business and management and author of six books Geoff is the ideal person to take on this position and help engage with others within the corporate world to get involved in the fight against trafficking.

Having worked with the likes of British Government, Citibank, Kaspersky, BT and Barclays, among others, on a wide range of different areas, including strategic growth, strategy, operations, finance, international development, growth and scale-up advisory programs, he is perfectly positioned to highlight the need for social responsibility within the corporate sector.

Geoff is a member and fellow of the Institute of Directors; board member of the Neustar International Security Council (NISC); associate of The International Business Institute of Management; and a distinguished member of the Advisory Council for The Global Cyber Academy. In addition to this, he has been the focus of TEDx and RT Europe’s business documentary across various thought leadership topics. 

Geoff holds a master’s degree in business administration.

We are excited about working in close collaboration with Geoff and ensuring that the voices and needs of child trafficking survivors are communicated across an array of different audiences, so that we may finally end child trafficking for good.

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