In late February Theo headed to a North London school for a surprise visit to see whether he could help instill some lessons from the boardroom to a teacher battling with stress.
The value of the gender pay gap data is an undeniable force for good. But we must be careful not to fall into the trap of pointing fingers at businesses that are actually championing women in the workplace, for the sake of undiagnosed data and easy headlines.
On 18th March, Theo once again was a judge at the Premier League Enterprise Challenge Finals supported by Sport Relief.
Theo welcomed over 700 guests plus TV presenters, chefs, musical and sporting stars to an exclusive Gala Ball in aid of Comic Relief.
On Friday March 15th, Theo Paphitis and CEO Kypros Kyprianou attended the official opening of the new Post Office in the Robert Dyas store on the Strand, in London.
On Wednesday 6th March, Theo Paphitis was a guest of the Oxford Union for an exclusive Q&A with the Oxford Union President, Dan Wilkinson. Attended by students, Theo was put through his paces before the questions came in from the floor.
Theo visited the School of Business, Law & Communications, the brand new Sports Centre and the School of Art, Design and Fashion at Solent University, where he is Chancellor.
On Tuesday 12th January Theo hosted the #SBSevent2019, the annual event, just for the winners of his #SBS Small Business Sunday competition.
On the evening of the 31st January Theo, and many of his colleagues, attended the annual RetailTRUST event to celebrate the excellent work the Charity does for those in need in the retail industry.
On Thursday 17th January Theo headed up to a very sunny Manchester to meet the winners of the 2018 Many Hands finals, We are Gntlmen.
As we get closer to the Brexit precipice, I am more and more inclined to believe that it is perhaps worth losing the battle now, to go on to win it another time.