Liam co-founded Wavelength in 2008 prior to which he had a 15 year CEO career, latterly with the Jamie Oliver Group. In January 2018 he created As We Please with the goal of "finding interesting and useful things to do in the world with people we like and respect."
He advises and sits on the investment committees of two impact funds providing courage and capital to a wide range of entrepreneurs with social and environmental purposes.
As the National Audit Office runs its second investigation into the funding of the Big Society Network, Liam Black recalls his time as a Nesta trustee asked to fund the network at a critical time in Nesta's own history.
As England fails (again) in its World Cup bid, Liam Black asks: Do you really pay attention to who you are letting into your team – and are you sufficiently ruthless in removing those who don’t get it?