British Honey Company, Paul Hill and Alan Green

Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcdcast with Justin Waite
13:52, 16th March 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: British Honey Company, Paul Hill and Alan Green

Michael Williams, Chief Executive Officer of British Honey Company (BHC) FOLLOW talks about the business and its strategy on its first day of listing on the NEX Exchange.

The British Honey Company is a UK based producer of spirits, honey and jams. It began trading in November 2014 initially focused on honey production and, later, expanding into honey infused spirits. The Company currently produces 13 honey products and 16 spirits including gin, vodka, rum and whiskey, many of which have won awards in the UK and abroad. These products are produced and stored in the Company’s facilities in Worminghall Buckinghamshire.

Paul Hill, full time investor and analyst give his view on the market and what he's been buying and selling. We also mention the following companies:


Inspiration Healthcare Group (IHC) FOLLOW


(Interview starts at 12 minutes 2 seconds)

Alan Green CEO of Brand Communications talks about:

Tiziana Life Science (TILS) FOLLOW

Destiny Pharma (DEST) FOLLOW


Cadence Minerals (KDNC) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 35 minutes 45 seconds)  

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