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Gary Grant in Conversation with Kina Robertshaw (Video)

by Kina Robertshaw 

The head of The Entertainer, Britain’s leading toy retailer, explains the moral stands he takes in business – notably why he doesn’t open on Sunday and doesn’t sell Hallowe’en products.
In this series Kina Robertshaw interviews a number of Christian entrepreneurs and asks them to explain the difference their faith makes to their business.

Kina has had conversations with:


David Ball
Camelle Dailey
Andrew Glover
Gary Grant
Matthew Kimpton-Smith
Val King
Simon Lawson
Caroline Marsh
Mark Mitchell
Dietrich Pestalozzi
Grant Smith
Phil Staunton
Jody Wainwright
Joëlle Warren

Kina Robertshaw-25

Written by Kina Robertshaw

Kina Robertshaw undertakes research and presentation work for Faith in Business. A wife and mother, Kina worked as a fashion entrepreneur in Johannesburg and Lusaka as well as establishing a number of other media and creative industries. Kina then read theology at Ridley Hall, first as an independent student and then as an ordinand. Her research on Christian entrepreneurship led her to undertake interviews of 50 Christian entrepreneurs in the UK. This led to publication of the book she co-authored with Richard Higginson, A Voice to be Heard: Christian Entrepreneurs Living out their Faith. Kina is now a curate at St Peter’s Bromyard in the diocese of Hereford. She is developing a series of filmed interviews, Conversations with Christian Entrepreneurs, which will be published on this website. She is also a founding member of the charity Bookbuddies Africa which supports the development of a reading culture in Africa.
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