Meet the CEO

Kamil Nosal

I grew up in a small polish family, my Father is an insurance agent, and my Mother is a nurse. They were both great examples for me growing up and instilled my work ethic. I studied Environmental Engineering at the Academy of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland. I gained precious life experience while at university but I didn’t see myself going down the engineering route.

I’ve had a wide range of experience before pursuing entrepreneurship, including; hospitality, catering, construction and playing semi-pro basketball where I developed the majority of my interpersonal and communication skills.

Before launching Lions Direct, I worked in the direct sales and marketing field in both Poland and the UK. I grasped that role really quickly and excelled in customer acquisitions, and this is what gave me the self-belief that I could develop and build a career working with people. I got the chance to move to London, and work alongside some of the top people in the UK direct sales and marketing industry, and that’s what took my career to the next level.

The one thing that excites me the most is working with highly motivated and ambitious people who want something more from their life. As well as that I have the opportunity to surround myself with successful business owners who give me advice on a daily basis on how to become a better version of myself.

Running my own business is an excellent start to achieving the extraordinary. My goals are to give those around me the same opportunity I was given. It can be easy to be caught up in your own successes, but I firmly believe that success is decided and based on how successful you make others. I aim to do this by passing on my knowledge and experience by investing my time and expertise to those who surround me.

I want to travel to every continent in the world and share my skills and experience internationally as a public speaker and mentor for young entrepreneurs.

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Favourite quote: “It's better to be a lion for a day than a sheep all your life.” ~ Elizabeth Kenny