MindStore was established in the United Kingdom in 1990 by Jack Black and quickly developed a reputation for facilitating rapid performance improvement. More than 150,000 people representing over 50% of the Financial Times Stock Exchange UK 100 have attended a MindStore course. Many credit its techniques with having helped them achieve greater levels of success and regard the experience as a key turning point in their lives.
One such person is Klaus Pertl, who was a financial analyst in London when he first encountered MindStore. Klaus recognised the programme’s practical applications and launched MindStore Germany in 1997 to enormous success. Since then, he’s established a reputation within his home country as a master of personal development.
MindStore is represented throughout Switzerland and France by Marvin Faure. After graduating from Cambridge University as an engineer and 25 years of experience in varied operational management roles across the globe, Marvin Faure found his vocation in the 1990's when he began to focus on performance improvement.
Marvin’s major contribution to MindStore has been to introduce highly effective processes for large group interactive workshops. Such processes enable the participants to achieve real, transformational change in areas such as teamwork, culture, behaviour and working practices.