Director and Founder
Julian Ferguson has over 20 years of marketing, sales and business development experience.
Prior to starting Food for Thoughts in May 2009, Julian spent 13 years working in consulting; most recently as Group Head of Marketing at Management Consulting Group.
Julian has worked in a senior marketing capacity at a number of consultancies including Celerant, Diamond Consulting and Technology Partners (now part of PWC), as well as 5 years running his own e-business consulting firm Momentus, which he sold to Diamond Consulting and Technology Partners in 2000.
Previously Julian spent 12 years in advertising and direct marketing with companies such as Leo Burnett and Ogilvy & Mather, working on major brands for companies such as Cadbury, Ford, NatWest, IBM, Microsoft, Kraft, Bulmers, GSK, American Express, Unilever and Polaroid.
Julian’s speciality is in helping companies to clearly define their product and service offerings, engage, build and maintain customer relationships and develop the sales support material and intellectual capital required to grow sales and differentiate your company from the competition.
Head of HR
Susannah joined Food for Thoughts Consulting in 2010 and has worked across many different sectors including publishing at SAWD, radio at Classic FM and TV working as an Associate Producer for Michael Barry’s Great House Cookery and Michael Barry’s Undiscovererd Cooks TV series
After taking time out to have a family Susannah joined Food for Thoughts Consulting as Head of HR.
Head of Business Development
James’ career spans twenty years in business development. Recently James has been working across industries in consultancy, firstly for Curzon and Company and then as the Head of Business Development for Food For Thoughts Consulting.
Previously James worked in political conferencing and lobbying in UK and European Parliaments for Parliamentary Communications Ltd.
James has also published Exclusive Economic Zones, a book responsible for informing international governments about their obligations within maritime borders according to international law.