Meet Our Team
Meet the ResilienceHelp.com Team
For over 20 years Chris has helped other businesses and individuals deliver impressive results. He enjoys sharing this experience with his clients, and uses this experience to build roadmaps for durable and sustainable future profit models. As a global visionary, he holds experience on three continents and can help identify and achieve new goals within your organisation, whether your target market is on your doorstep, or the other side of the planet.
“I have been actively selling on Amazon for over five years. Following the Brexit Referendum in 2016, I saw there were potential risks to my business. I immediately embarked upon contingency planning, which included expanding my Amazon consultancy offering. Research into what Brexit potential risks (and opportunities) would bring to business caused me to open a Brexit consultancy and share these learnings with other businesses.”
Before setting up her own consultancy TradePeers Ltd, Sietske represented the Federation of Small Businesses at EU level. She has worked on EU legislation and free trade deals throughout her career, and knows what reasonably can and cannot be expect. During her time at the FSB, Sietske has been closely involved in the negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
“I am a seasoned EU expert and offer trainings, briefings and consultancy to help organisations understand what the UK’s different relationship with the Single Market could mean for their activities in the EU or with the UK. I know Brussels inside out but I am also well-versed in the nitty-gritty of EU trade negotiations because of previous involvement in (what was going to be) the EU-US Free Trade Agreement. With this knowledge and experience I ‘translate’ what is happening at a political level and help businesses and organisations preparing for a new commercial environment, whether they are based inside or outside the UK.”
Guido advises firms in matters of regulation and compliance programmes. After working for the European Commission in Brussels, he worked for more than fifteen years in the City of London. He has first-hand experience of British politics and the implications of EU regulation. Guido holds a Doctorate in Politics and International Relations from the University of London, has lectured on Regulatory Governance at the London School of Economics and has published on topics and trends in the industry. His latest book, “The Regulatory Compliance Matrix”, was a bestseller in the business law category.
“I’m an assurance professional advising firms in matters of regulation, corporate governance and complex compliance programmes. My industry specialism is financial services and information and communication technology. After employment by the European Commission, I worked for regulated industries and at Big Four professional services firms. People I work with appreciate my deliverable-focused management approach, analytical mindset, attention to detail and empathy.”
Rosina is a Policy and Public Affairs Director with fifteen years’ experience of promoting and representing the interests of small businesses at a UK and EU level. She has worked on international trade issues for leading UK business trade associations, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and the Producers Alliance for Cinema and TV (PACT). Rosina started her career in the European Directorate of the Foreign Office and has a Masters degree in Global Politics from the University of London (Birkbeck).
“I have advised small businesses based across the UK and operating within the retail sector, manufacturing, business services, media and creative industries. I have been a keynote speaker at conferences in the UK and Europe, focusing on the impacts of Brexit on business. At the FSB I engaged with Ministers and officials to influence the work of the Department for International Trade, and published a key report on reducing the barriers to trade for small businesses. I have drafted multiple expert submissions on trade and wider business issues for Government consultations and Parliamentary Committees.”