Joseph Ashford Ellis is the CEO of K4 Global. He has over 20 years of experience in the industry, and he uses his expertise to help companies grow their international business. Joseph is also an avid public speaker who teaches others how to use social media to promote themselves online. Joseph Ashford Ellis has appeared on many high-profile TV and radio shows such as BBC Radio London, BBC Tees, and he has also given lectures at various local universities. Joseph Ashford Ellis is married to Samantha Ellis, the founder of No2MumsClub. They have two children together: Joseph Ashford Jnr. and Sophie Charlotte. They live in London, England, and Joseph is originally from Herefordshire.
After graduating with a degree in Management and Leadership from the University of South Wales, Joseph Ashford Ellis embarked on a career that would focus on international business. However, when Joseph was just 19 years old, he founded his family business in his spare bedroom. From that minimal operation, the company grew to a £10 million turnover within just three years.
Joseph is now CEO of K4 Global and No2MumsClub. He has successfully built both brands from the ground up and is committed to achieving sustainable growth. As well as running two very successful businesses, Joseph is also a regular public speaker at various conferences and universities. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge with others who are looking to grow their own business.
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Joseph married Samantha Ellis in 2012, and they now have two children together, Joseph Ashford Jnr. and Sophie Charlotte. They live in England, and Joseph is originally from Herefordshire. He took over K4 Global in 2015 after the previous CEO resigned due to health issues. Since Joseph has taken over, the company’s turnover has increased by 40%. He also works full-time at his education company, No2MumsClub Ltd., where he is also the founder. Joseph has local university lecturing experience, and he teaches how to increase business through social media. He has given lectures at universities in London and Birmingham, including Staffordshire University, Cardiff University, Coventry University, and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.