I work with clients in enterprise, education, charities, NGOs and public sector organisations. Here, some of them talk about what they do and how we’ve worked together:
What does Kusuma Trust do?
Kusuma Trust is a family-led trust making philanthropic investments in causes, organisations and people that are making a positive difference to society. We choose partners based on our shared values and mutual interests – creating access to opportunities, improving health and well-being, and investing in our communities and environment.
Bowen Craggs & Co.
What does Bowen Craggs & Co do?
A unique research and consultancy group, Bowen Craggs’ sole focus is online corporate communications – websites, digital media and social channels. Founded in 2002, the firm helps large organizations to maximise the effectiveness of their online presence. Bowen Craggs starts from the belief that an effective online presence should be aligned with business goals and visitors’ needs. It then helps clients to bring these closer together through internal, external and expert views that combine deep analysis with actionable recommendations. Bowen Craggs is based in London, but has a worldwide client base.
Bermondsey Street Bees
What does Bermondsey Street Bees do?
The story began when Dale Gibson realised that the roof of our Victorian sugar warehouse would be a perfect place to keep bees in the heart of London. After completing beekeeper training, he installed the first hives in 2007. Our multi award-winning Bermondsey Street rooftop honey has become an iconic micro-brand and we have introduced several sub-brands underneath it. As responsible beekeepers, we play an active role in planting new forage for our bees: We also keep bees for several visionary organisations and businesses who support our sustainability agenda through their own commitments to improving London’s biodiversity.
Space to Earth Challenge
What does Space to Earth Challenge do?
Devised by Venture Thinking, Ideas Foundation and Triathlon Trust for the UK Space Agency and ESA, Space to Earth Challenge has been a triathlon-based, STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) linked programme of activities for school students. It followed British ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Tim Peake as he trained before, during and after his Principia mission to the International Space Station. The programme continues as Space to Earth View Challenge.