Professor Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE
Financier | Serial Entrepreneur | Charity Chairman | Philanthropist
Professor Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE is a London-based financier, serial entrepreneur, charity chairman and philanthropist and King’s College’s first Professor of the Practice of Entrepreneurship. A leading voice in social impact and promoting business as a force for good, Allesch-Taylor has been involved in the UK film industry for 10 years, principally as an executive producer of short films.
He has a passion for supporting up and coming film makers having been the executive producer of comedy-drama feature film Africa United, (2010) and over a dozen multi award winning short films, such as: Gone Dark (2017), Ghosted (2016) Fly Spy (selected for the London Short Film Festival), Bricks (selected for the International Short Film Festival), Lock In (selected at the Vancouver International Film Festival), and Nazi Boots which was commissioned for the Holocaust Memorial Day 2015 amongst others. He has an ongoing slate of around 10 short films at any time.