My London: Nicholas Reichenbach – Flow Founder and CEO

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Nicholas Reichenbach is a serial entrepreneur who has launched a steady stream of diverse and successful businesses, from gaming software to a leading social video chat platform. Nicholas has innovated a number of industries, most recently disrupting the water category with Flow Alkaline Spring Water, a sustainably packaged spring water built on the power of mindful positivity. Sourced from Nicholas’ family’s artesian spring in the quiet woods of Bruce County Ontario, Canada, Flow is a naturally alkaline water with a high pH level that is both sustainably sourced and packaged.

Flow is currently being introduced in the UK after taking Canada and the US by storm where the brand has had a 350% growth year on year. Nick lived in London for three years doing his MBA and started one of the first ringtone and music publishing companies out of the UK.

We caught up with Nick for the latest in our ‘My London’ interview series.

 

Favourite neighbourhood:

Notting Hill, Portobello Road

 

Favourite place for brunch:

The Electric Diner on Portobello Road

 

Best coffee in London:

Pret a Manger, before it became mainstream

 

Favourite gallery or museum:

The National Art Gallery is one of my favourite in the world

 

Tell us a secret:

Before I moved to London I never drank beer, and when I left I drank two beers between 4-6pm every day. And gained 20lbs (thank you, London).

 

Favourite place to shop:

Saville Row!

 

Favourite place to find inspiration:

The End nightclub… those were the days.

 

Best London destination for a date:

Momos

 

Favourite park:

St James and Richmond.

 

Favourite food market:

Columbia Road Flower Market

 

Your sanctuary in the city:

Richmond on the Thames

 

What inspires you?

Passion.

 

This season I’m loving:

White jeans. All year round.

 

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