Harnessing emerging technology and methods to transform organisational approaches.
Language and visuals to frame commercial and social aims relevant to today’s cultural context.
Blending PR, Social Media and Movement Building techniques for a new values-driven, connected age.
Simon advises clients at the most senior levels on corporate reputation, brand and sustainability communications. He has worked with some of the best known global brands as well as with fast-growth businesses and start-ups. Previously MD, CEO and Chairman at Omnicom-owned Fishburn Hedges, he is a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster, on the advisory board of diversity business Rare and a start-up business mentor and judge.
Audrey has led large scale global and European social media programmes for a range of well known brands in consumer technology, FMCG, and FinTech. She's also managed award winning social media campaigns focusing on sustainability in the built environment. Previously, she was an associate director and co-head of the social media practice at award-winning communications agency Brands2Life. Originally from Texas, she came to the UK in 2009 to study for her masters in Digital Culture and Technology at King’s College.
Daniel has a background in grassroots community organising, and a particular interest in finding innovative ways to inspire social action. He is a founding Director of Small Axe, a non-profit that builds social movements to change the world, and has MSc from the Institute of Social Psychology at the London School of Economics. He specialises in the use of Framing and Language to overcome communications challenges, and is a Fellow of the RSA.
Dan Thomas is a corporate communications expert who has more than 20 years experience working in the technology, media and telecoms sectors. Until recently, Dan was Director of Media Relations for BT, the UK’s largest internet service, mobile phone and TV provider. He is also a NCTJ trained journalist who has written for a number of International and UK media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Dow Jones Newswires, Computing and v3.co.uk
Nicky is an award-winning communicator with 20 years’ experience in behaviour change communications including four years leading social impact campaigns focused on youth, community and sustainability, for Starbucks in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. She has directed communications & campaigns for Arthritis Research UK, the National Health Service (NHS); Transport for London and others. She won the PRCA CSR Award for her work with Starbucks in 2016.
Rooted in “London’s Bauhaus” The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design, Fancy Cats are a design studio with it's foundations in print and multimedia presentation. Named after their love of all things feline.
We place the roots of your challenge in the shifting context of a new era: a world of changing attitudes, values and expectations, which demands a different mindset and a fresh response.
We help you face the evidence and make bold, strategic choices designed to deliver real change. Taking head on the big decisions needed to achieve ambitious goals.
Together, we establish the clarity of purpose and resonant articulation that will underpin your mission and draw others to your side, for economic, social and reputational gain.