Henry T Viola

Henry T Viola-Heir

Welcome to my blog!

I launched The Ethical Entrepreneur in 2015 as a sister site to the main website for Viola Enterprises, which was the brand I used to deliver a collection of individual commissions and projects alongside my main job. This blog was originally intended to be a showcase for both my work and my general approach to marketing and strategic comms, but later became more focused on investing and personal finance.

Through Viola Enterprises, I was involved in a range of projects including website launches and branding exercises, communications advice for start-ups and small businesses, as well as acting as an angel investor for small businesses and start-ups.

Although I greatly enjoyed this work, it was incredibly time intensive and the older I got, the more I began to feel that I never had enough time to fit everything in. As a result, I took the decision a few years after moving to London to spend more free time with friends and family and consequently stepped back from the Viola Enterprises brand.

Despite this, it seemed a shame to lose the many hundreds of articles penned on this site and the hours of work spent developing it, so I decided to keep the site running, but more as a place for me to write about my interests than as a platform to showcase my work.

You can still find an overview of my involvement with Viola Enterprises on this site but new content is now largely focuses on my interests in investment and personal finance. I hope you find it thought provoking and if you’re interested in the content and want to discuss it further, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me either through this site or Twitter.

I would also like to highlight that I am not a registered financial advisor and that any financial commentary contained in this site must not be considered as anything more than my personal thoughts and under no circumstances should be used as personal financial or investing advice. Much of the information contained within this site is unique to me and may not be suitable for your personal situation. Please seek qualified financial advice before taking action. If you’re on this site, you must read and agree to the full terms and conditions of use.