'Smear campaign' | BrewDog CEO under fire AGAIN after hiring private investigators to stalk ex-employees

BrewDog CEO under fire AGAIN after hiring private investigators to stalk ex-employees

In this member-exclusive Grapevine Leaders piece, we explore The Guardian news story about BrewDog CEO James Watt hiring private investigators to look into the people he believes have been running a 'smear campaign' against him. It includes:

  • Background on the accusations about Watt, which revolve round him creating a toxic culture at BrewDog, and include allegations of inappropriate behaviour around women

  • How Watt has reacted to the accusations

  • Information on his latest announcement that he has identified the perpetrators of the 'smear campaign' and will be taking legal action against them.

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