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Stewart is a widely experienced business and creative professional with a substantial track-record across a range of sectors; a strong leader, he combines creative and management skills and has a proven ability to manage complex organisations. Having consistently brought growth, innovation and critical acclaim throughout his executive career, he brings astute conceptual thinking, fresh new ideas and the ability to bring them to fruition.

Stewart’s specific strengths are in the following areas:

Media: television production and development, creative positioning and vision, archive and content management, the challenges of the modern media world.

Management: company organisation, strategic advice, client relationships, company structure, innovation, overhauling output and staffing, motivation and mentoring.

Sales: Maximising sales potential and winning new business strategies.

Marketing: Brand positioning, development, enhancement and strategy, creative and conceptual innovation, communications.

Writing: copywriting, report writing and all forms of creative story-telling.

General: achieving your goals, determination, motivation, mentoring, organisation, time management.

For more information about Stewart as a consultant/mentor please contact 01460 30151 or email


Stewart is an accomplished and experienced speaker and is available to talk on a wide variety of topics. The below is not an exhaustive list but is an example of the kind of topics he can cover:  

The Olympic Games

The Origins of Sport 

Blood, Sweat & Glory - sport and its role in society

Sporting Greats - including fascinating stories about many of the world's leading sporting stars that Stewart has interviewed in his television work

Creative thinking and innovation

Writing - how to become a published author

How to get into television

Organising Your Life

Archive and its management and exploitation

Modern Japanese history


Military history

American history

Historical television programming - especially the highly successful 'In-colour' genre