Eyebrid Blaze is led by a group of individuals who understand how enterprise and business can create social change and a better world. Aristo House is a multi-disciplinary project that has united a team which shares this vision, and seeks to apply its creative and commercial abilities to produce transformation.

Darrel J Butlin


Creative, innovative and strategic, Darrel combines Film and Technology to originate and produce cutting-edge entrepreneurial ventures. Founded on an international track record of working at the highest level within the commercial film industry, his independent work as a screenwriter, film director and technology entrepreneur has led him to evolve award-winning programs of research and development, and a dynamic portfolio of intellectual property. 

Bill Liao


Australian entrepreneur, venture capital investor, diplomat, author and speaker with a distinguished record in the areas of business, development and community activism, Bill is co-founder of the CoderDojo movement, a free global network formed to assist young people to learn how to computer program and Founder of Weforest, a global movement dedicated to planting trees and which now has seen 14.5​ million planted around the world. He is a general partner with​ SOSV a $3​00m international accelerator venture capital ​fund and runs ​a life sciences Accelerator Program, Rebelbio, in Cork, focusing on entrepreneurs building technologies in or around the field of living things.

Previously, Bill co-founded XING, a pioneering business social networking platform in 2003 and served as COO of Davnet a telecommunications carrier that went public in the late 90's. Bill serves as a special diplomatic envoy for St Kitt’s and Nevis, with an emphasis on sustainable development and the environment. He is also chair of the investment committee of the Nominet Trust in the UK.​ Author of three books, he is a regular speaker at many events and venues such as The London School of Economics, The World Economic Forum, The Globe Forum in Sweden, The House of Commons and TED as well as TEDx.

Prof. Roger Steare


In 2007, the worst financial crisis in history began to unfold and HSBC asked Roger Steare to advise their senior leadership team on how to strengthen their values, decision-making and culture. After the Gulf of Mexico disaster in 2010, BP asked Roger to help them design a new leadership programme to rebuild their culture and strengthen their values and behaviours – and Roger’s Ethicability® decision-making framework is now core to the new BP Code of Conduct. And, as an advisory firm in its own right, PwC has sponsored Roger’s research into MoralDNA™ and asked Roger to advise them on how businesses can restore trust by doing the right thing. Why? Because Roger’s the grit in the oyster, challenging the dysfunctional and pathological corporate behaviours that destroy value.

Business leaders describe him as a disruptive thinker, a critical friend and a trusted advisor. He asks searching questions. Why does your business exist? Who does it serve? Are you proud of being the best, or do you have the humility to strive for excellence? And do you really care?

Roger invites people to stop and think in a compelling, inspiring, yet pragmatic way. Roger helps people develop good thinking, listening and dialogue. The result? His clients are now building empathic cultures where every customer, colleague and investor is truly valued as a human being. Where profit is no longer a dirty word, it is now the ethos of sustainable value for all.

Roger Steare is The Corporate Philosopher. “Roger makes the compelling case for why doing the right thing is not a function of good business, it IS good business.” Joe Garner, Deputy CEO and Head of UK Bank, HSBC

Helen Guinness


Helen has 25 years experience as a leadership development coach, trainer and consultant, specialising in communication and behaviour, facilitation, personal skills development, mediation and gender issues. Her client list includes HM Prison Service, the Ministry of Defence, the Police Force, aerospace, local authorities, small professional companies and large blue chip organisations. Once an accredited Investors in People Adviser, she has helped organisations achieve the National Standard for effective investment in people.

Helen dedicated five and a half years as Chair of The Hunger Project's UK branch, a global organisation that aims to empower communities in the developing world to lift themselves out of hunger through the application of grass roots leadership development; she has devoted 31 years of her life to The Hunger Project's mission. Based in the UK, she works internationally and speaks French, German and Croatian; having lived in Africa and the Middle East she is an agent for cultural diversity.

Co-author of “Making Management Simple” [ISBN 1-85703-811-8] published in England, China and India by How To Books, she is now writing a book about 21st century leadership. Based on changing the culture of leaders from one that is power-based and dependent upon promotion, this book recognises the value of learning and practising the craft of leadership throughout a person’s life, both professionally and personally.

Pavlos Stamboulides


Pavlos graduated from the Department of Psychology of the University of Crete in 1994. His work experience includes one year as temporary teaching staff in the same university, teaching the lessons of questionnaire design, psychology of emotions, perception and chaos theory in psychology. He then joined SHL Greece (a multinational that provides workplace talent assessment solutions, including ability and personality tests and psychometric assessments) as research and development manager and later director, for nine years. His duties included test development, test adaptations, and the design and implementation of complex bespoke computerized assessment systems. For the last four years he owns and manages the Psycholate product range from another company. It is a software platform that enables test developers to rapidly create a web-enabled version of their testing procedures.

Pavlos is also the co-author (with Professor Roger Steare) of the Ethicability test, a test of ethical values and decision-making. Pavlos is a licensed Psychologist in Greece and a PhD candidate. He is the author of about 30 congress presentations and posters, 4 published papers in peer-reviewed journals, and co-author to the Ethicability Moral DNA Report for 2008.

Chris Croft

Interaction Designer

Chris studied Industrial design at Loughborough University, gaining a First Class Honours. As a student he won international design awards D&AD [Design and Art Direction] in two consecutive years, to receive the coveted yellow pencil trophy. However, Chris later discovered that his true path lay in helping others by teaching Yoga and the Enneagram. Since leaving the commercial world of design in 2004, Chris has travelled in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand and India practising and teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. During that time he studied with inspirational teachers such as Anthony ‘Prem’ Carlisi, Anton Simmha, Paul Dallaghan, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and his grandson Sharath Rangaswamy in Mysore, India. In 2005 he and his Mother Veronica Croft [BSc Physics, H. Dip Ed] launched The Enneagram Programme www.enneagram-uk.com, to deliver a programme of courses that teaches the Enneagram as a way of developing self-awareness, self-empowerment, confidence and self-esteem. Working together, Veronica and Chris have written a pioneering book 'The Blueprint of Life' on the subject of the Enneagram – pending negotiations with agents for publication.