Andreas Adamides
Andreas Adamides
CEO of Helm (The Supper Club) Andreas Adamides is a serial entrepreneur, and currently the CEO of Helm (The Supper Club), and also the founder & CEO of CatchApp (SaaS). As the CEO of Helm (The Supper Club), Andreas Adamides heads the most established membership community for scaleup founders in the UK. Previously, Andreas founded BuyQuick, the first online department store in Australia, which he expanded to 10 countries, offered the largest product range in Australia, and achieved 300% annual growth for its first seven years. Additionally, Andreas founded the mobile handset brand WileyFox (at one point Europe’s fastest-growing). He also founded FinluxDirect, which he scaled up to £30m in revenues in its first 2 years, and launched the Vector Watch, which was acquired by Fitbit. Having dropped out of university to launch BuyQuick during the dot com boom, Andreas later completed an Executive MBA at the University of Cambridge.
Brands can’t stand still

Brands can’t stand still: They need to adapt or die

Andreas Adamides
May 30 '24
The ability to adapt can make a brand sink or swim
Always focus on the customer

Always focus on the customer

Andreas Adamides
Apr 17 '24
Centering your business around your customers isn’t just smart – it’s the secret weapon for achieving milestones and standing out as an industry leader
Network your way to success

Network your way to success

Andreas Adamides
Feb 12 '24
I recently spent the evening with around 100 of our brilliant Helm members at our New Year social event in London.
Now is the time to prepare for the opportunities and challenges 2024 will bring

Now is the time to prepare for the opportunities and challenges 2024 will bring

Andreas Adamides
Jan 10 '24
The year ahead is already shaping up to be challenging for founders
No one has a monopoly on wisdom

No one has a monopoly on wisdom

Andreas Adamides
Dec 7 '23
I’m delighted to have been asked to write this monthly column for Elite Business. I hope my insights and experience will help readers overcome the numerous challenges that founders need to deal with every day