Andy Last

Andy Last

Andy Last, CEO at MullenLowe salt. Andy co-founded salt, one of the first UK companies to be accredited as a B- Corporation, and has advised businesses for the last 20 years on how they can improve performance by addressing social issues. He has worked since 2006 on Lifebuoy soap’s award-winning social mission, described as the ‘best social program ever’ by David Aaker, Professor Emeritus at the Haas School of Business, Berkeley. Andy Last is the author of Business on a Mission: How to Build a Sustainable Brand, published by Routledge, 20th January 2022.

Andy led the launch of salt Singapore in 2012 and salt’s acquisition by MullenLowe Group in 2017. He is a regular speaker on the role of business in society, at conferences in Europe, America, Asia and Africa and as a visiting lecturer, including for Cambridge University’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership. He is a member of the Medinge Group, the Brands with a Conscience Think Tank, and a B-Corp Ambassador.

Andy Last is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow him on LinkedIn.
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