Natural Fibre Company
Sue Blacker is a self-employed business support consultant and former managing director of The Natural Fibre Company, a wool mill based in Launceston, Cornwall.
Sue Blacker has been the owner and managing director of The Natural Fibre Company in Cornwall since 2005. To date, it is the only small-scale full range textile mill in the UK. The focus of the business is to add value to naturally coloured raw fleece which it buys from farmers, smallholders and rare sheep breeders. The business also works with crafts people and larger businesses.
Blacker’s activities extended to business support consultancy in 2019, and she also became a director at Par Track Ltd in 2020, the controlling entity of Cornwall’s Par Athletics Track, a green space, community meeting place, and health and wellbeing hub.
In October 2020, Blacker appeared on a Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland podcast, discussing the importance of leadership and the impact it has had on her career to date.
Listen to Sue Blacker's Leaders Council podcast.
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