Jerry Marshall is an entrepreneur who enjoys the adventure of faith, risk and setting audacious goals. He set up a technology company in Bethlehem to create jobs, hope and links across the divide; travelled England with a giant inflatable white elephant to try to save the country £70bn; argued with Pete Waterman on BBC Breakfast; and sailed a sinking yacht across the Channel.
Books by Jerry Marshall
News & Reviews
"My main aim at the time had been to make lots of money. I wanted to hold on to it and demonstrate my success, but as a Christian I had to learn to hold money lightly by giving it away.”12 May 2015
Jerry Marshall’s story is impressive and inspirational, showing what a positive difference business can make. This is especially worth hearing when big business gives it such an extremely bad name.22 May 2014
The clue to the very likeable nature of Jerry Marshall's book on entrepreneurial leadership is in the subtitle: Attempts to make things happen and not happen.22 Feb 2014
A British Christian entrepreneur is hoping to bring peace to a fractured region through the business he co-founded in Bethlehem last year...27 Dec 2013