Hello and welcome to my website!
I am a serial entrepreneur and investor, based in the UK. I started my first business aged 17, and have never looked back.
An award-winning PR consigliere, I work exclusively with global CEOs, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, politicians, and global investors. With a full-time team of over a dozen experts on my staff, we have offices in London, New York and Los Angeles.
My podcast agency operates on a first-to-market JV model, unique in the industry, and has many big-name clients with whom we create premium, impactful content.
A podcaster myself, I’m also a best-selling author, media commentator and speaker.
My wife Heather is an author, and we live with our dogs Billy and Betty on a farm near the town of Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, UK.
As many in middle age do, I’ve become a bit of a health nut over the last few years. I’m vegan, teetotal, fast 18 hours daily, and avoid all sugar.
The Top 5 Ways to See Beyond a Résumé
25th March 2020
Three Big Reasons We Need Entrepreneurs In This (And Any) Presidential Race
16th March 2020
Coronavirus Is Putting Businesses to the Test. Here Are Three Strategies for Survival
13th March 2020
4 Ways to Make Sure Your Employees Are Your Best Asset
3rd March 2020
The Three Ways David Calhoun Can Fix Boeing
11th February 2020
Ditching a Desk Transformed My Business. Here’s How It Could Do the Same for Yours.
10th February 2020
Nouse interviews PR expert, podcast host and ex-York politician, Paul Blanchard
10th March 2021
The Pod 20
Paul Blanchard talks to Graham Mack about PR, Media Masters and podcasting
1st February 2021
Plain Text Ideas
Remote work in the age of COVID-19 and beyond with Paul Blanchard
27th March 2020
The Big Travel podcast
Podcast Host on Fast PR, Life Between London-NY-LA and Donkey Rides in Tajikistan
17th July 2018
Creative Forces Podcast
How Paul Blanchard started the Media Masters podcast
5th July 2018
PR for Humans
Mike Sargeant turns the tables on podcast host Paul Blanchard
30th May 2018
Money For Lunch
Why “keep calm and carry on” is far more than a cliché — it’s a critical business tactic
28th September 2017