Jules is a Founding Member Jericho Chambers, a progressive communications consultancy, where his expert area is corporate strategy seen through the lens of sustainable development and new economics.
Jules advises companies and social enterprises on strategy, purpose and brand evolution, seen through the lens of sustainable economic development, wellbeing and the emerging next economy. Jules has advised many of the world’s largest companies, often at CEO/Board level, and worked at the EC, the UN, the WWF and as Director of David Cameron’s Quality of Life Commission. Jules is also Director of the B Team’s Great Transformation Collaborative, a Trustee of the think-tank nef (the New Economics Foundation), convener of the Real Economy Lab, an Associate of The Futures Company, a member of the advisory board of influence-map, a Director of the Happy City movement and member of the International Steering Group of Economy for Common Good.
Jules’ Quality of Life Commission report Blueprint for a Green Economy led to the Prime Minister calling on the Office for National Statistics to measure and develop policy based on wellbeing. The report was described as; “an enormously important report” (Friends of the Earth Director, Tony Juniper), “An extraordinary policy document grandly related human happiness to the present and future state of the planet leading the Conservatives away from naive free marketeering towards Cameron’s theme of social responsibility” (The Times) and “ground-breaking, indeed, yes, world-changing political work” (Worldchanging.com).
He is co-author, with Robert Phillips, of the wiki book www.citizenrenaissance.
He is a regular blogger for Huffington Post, Left Foot Forward, Compass, Green Alliance, The Guardian, Harvard Business Review and others, and a regular tweeter and public speaker.