MY STORY

Hi, I’m Hannah, Founder of betternotstop.

It all started with a conversation with my Dad. Before he passed away in 2011, he told me not to settle and to never stop pursuing my dreams.

Betternotstop was born from this advice, and it is central to everything I do to this day.

Through online articles, our newsletter, business consultancy, Patreon and events, we help businesses and individuals create a better life for people and the planet, by supporting an ethical and sustainable approach to life and business. 

Since launching the business (from my blog of the same name) in 2019 I’ve had some brilliant industry press (including Metro, Bustle and Sifted).  I’ve partnered with growing Vietnamese startup CoXplore, been flown to Korea as part of a month-long government start-up programme and even interviewed a silicon valley VC as part of Barclays Eagle Labs.

In 2019 I was shortlisted for Entrepreneur of the Year at the Made in Manchester Awards for my work encouraging people to create a life they love with the foundations of independence and social wellbeing. In November 2019, Betternotstop was a finalist in the WeWork Labs Pitch Competition held in Seoul, Korea. 

In 2020 Betternotstop was named one of the Top 10 startups to watch in Manchester and become a Manchester Carbon Hero. Betternotstop also became a Certified Pending B Corporation and I furthered my studies with courses on BCorp Consultancy, Sustainable Leadership and Sustainable Entrepreneurship.

Betternotstop is building a growing community of people that collaborate, support and inspired each other. Let’s change how we work and live and create a better world.

The solution is betternotstop.

Hannah

More about Hannah

After writing, speaking and organising workshops and events under the name ‘betternotstop’ for several years while travelling extensively she started it as a full-time business in 2019.

Her positive approach to life has seen her clear £20,000 debt and travel to 46 countries. In 2017, She backpacked overland through 18 countries on an adventure from England to Bhutan on an Expedition called ‘Road To Happiness’, to discover and document what makes people happy. In 2018 she contributed to ‘The Big Book of Yes’ which became an Amazon Bestselling book.

Hannah has been self-employed since University with a diverse career in Music, Events and Marketing including managing Music festivals and a successful Art business which lead to featured work in The Telegraph, Guardian other online outlets. 

Her business and event consultancy roles have ncluded creating, pitching and delivering on projects as diverse as conference management, retail launches, experiential activity and outdoor events for Blue Chip companies. Connect with her on LinkedIn.