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Introducing RiddleBox

Introducing RiddleBox


RBX specialise in measuring the experience that leaders create.

They are currently helping leaders in 52 countries in more than 20 languages.

Customers include organisations such as: Hilton, National Express, First group, the British Computer Society and the NHS.


RiddleBox co-founder, Jeremy has the rare combination of a finance and high-performance sports background. He is regularly invited to deliver motivational speeches and workshops.

After obtaining a degree in Economics and Politics and a Post Graduate qualification in Corporate Finance from London Business School, Jeremy worked in the city, trading options and derivatives for Morgan Grenfell Securities. He subsequently became a Director at Granville Private Equity and then Head of Private Equity at KPMG, structuring management buy-ins and buy-outs.

He is also passionate about team performance. He was a coach to the Great Britain Junior rowing squad from1994 and coached at the world championships in 2004. This passion led him to obtain an MBA from Henley Business School with a dissertation on the interface between business and sport.


RiddleBox co-founder, Ram has over 24 years’ experience in strategy, employee experience and customer experience management. He has also written two books on employee experience and one on customer service.

His career began as an electronics engineer with an MS in Robotics and control in India. Ram then successfully managed the business for a multinational company in a couple of countries, before moving to the UK to do his MBA and PhD.

He has a keen interest in correlating strategic business perspectives with individual emotional needs to achieve and deliver synergy, coherence and sustainable performance improvement. This led Ram to develop a framework to measure the value of human capital, as part of his PhD.  Today, Ram specialises in developing and customising measurement tools to profile people, performance and processes.

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