Matt Turner, the visionary entrepreneur who founded Creative Pod back in 2006, has taken on a new and impactful role as an ambassador for the Russell Martin Foundation.
Matt started Creative Pod in 2006 and has since developed his business portfolio up to The Creative Group, comprised of Creative Pod - a full-service marketing agency, ECHO - a sponsorship brokerage; the PrintShop - a full-service printing agency, and SquareOne - a market entry specialist, Spacelink Commercial Interiors and 427 Marketing - a specialist SEO agency.
With the CEO in only his thirties, the success Matt Turner has achieved is second to none. With no college or university degree, Matt has built up a company from the ground up based on his own merits, creative ideas, extensive network and first-hand experiences. The agency itself (Creative Pod) has gone on to achieve numerous accolades, including; Best Creative Agency (Gatwick Diamond Business Awards), Outstanding Long-Term Support (Chestnut Tree House Business Awards) and the British Chamber of Commerce’s Business in the Community.
Whilst being an award winning serial entrepreneur and a former director of Crawley Town FC, Matt Turner is extremely passionate about philanthropy. As well as being a Patron of St Peter & St James Hospice, he is also a patron of Chestnut Tree House and the founder of Young Start-Up Talent, a competition which aims to help 16 to 25-year-old entrepreneurs.
His strong business drive and creative thinking have helped him become a leading figure in the industry. This makes him a great choice for his new role as an ambassador for the Russell Martin Foundation.
RMF CEO Alan Sanders said, “I am so pleased that Matt has agreed to be a ambassador for RMF. He comes with a wealth of experience and his creative ideas are certain to add value to our charity"