We pride ourselves on being trusted partners to our clients and enjoy authentic work that generates meaningful results.
We’re also keen to share our knowledge and experience and widen our network so if you work with start-ups or on projects that bring people together to improve their place or grow their business, get in touch.
Here’s more about some of the organisations we partner with or support now.
The Hatchery is a dedicated start-up space within BaseKX, UCL’s entrepreneurship hub in King’s Cross. They play host to a community of UCL’s most promising start-ups, providing free, tailored support and dedicated office space designed to fast track their success and get start-up’s investment ready.
Diane, our founder, joined the cohort of business mentors in 2020. She supports and advises entrepreneurs in developing their career and building their business.
Echo is a system that enables people and organisations to exchange their skills, knowledge and resources using time as currency rather than money meaning everyone’s time and skills are valued equally. It’s a great way to build a network and source expertise to help businesses grow.
As an Echo member Diane, our founder, supports start-ups and established businesses with defining their marketing messaging, identifying new sectors (to grow sales) and reviewing their client-facing content.
In London she developed start-up programmes on high streets and business support for new retail businesses as an alumni of Echo’s Business Accelerator programme.
The Society was founded in 1912 by a group of eminent Londoners concerned about the lack of planning in the capital. They arrange events and visits to a variety of places, buildings and institutions, organise debates and lectures and sponsor the All Party Parliamentary Group on London Planning and Built Environment.
As a trustee, our founder, Diane plays an active part in developing the marketing and event programme, have written for their journal and chaired a panel discussion on high streets.
The Fabric District CIC was set up in 2017 by a group of local stakeholders who were passionate about regenerating the London Road and Islington areas of Liverpool. The area has a mix of long-established textile and creative businesses plus emerging start-ups.
Our founder, Diane sits on the board which works to preserve what’s great about the Fabric District while encouraging business growth, culture and a strong and diverse residential offer.