What
we do

Our services focus on
moving capital and
competencies towards
creating positive impact
for a better world.


We do

this by
working collaboratively
through research, advisory
services, strategy development
and partnerships.

We combine

passion
with practical experience and we have a strong record in making things happen.

We work

with our
clients to make their projects
a success; whether it is a
first cautious step or a dramatic
leap forward, let’s make it
happen together!


Meet some of our amazing
clients and see how we collaborate,
and what the positive impacts are.

Advisory

We work with investors, corporates, start-ups and NGOs to help them develop practical, proportionate and evidence-based solutions to social and environmental challenges and turn them into business opportunities. This includes collaborating to develop impact strategies involving business, communications and stakeholder engagement to target sustainable long-term impacts.

VL

Inspiring Danish executives about SDG business opportunities

Mercy Ships

Long-term sustainable impacts of free surgery and healthcare

University of Sheffield

Advising world-leading academics on measuring and communicating the impact of their work

Responsible Jewellery Council

Newcastle University

The Chivas Venture

UK Department for International Trade

Ventures

We help start-ups. In fact we are a start-up ourselves. This includes sharing a risk with our collaborators, helping them with fundraising and engaging in development of impact strategies for innovative, scalable solutions to make the world a better place while also creating value.

Cambridge Prosthetics

Turning a vision into a growing business

Muuvment

Building bridges from awareness to campaigns for a better world

Mobile Power

Bringing clean affordable energy to African communities

Institute

We work with universities and research institutions to gather evidence to support research and learning. This includes facilitating collaborations between companies and researchers, and conducting our own research to build and share knowledge to inform decision-making, showcase opportunities and help scale impact innovations.

Consortium pour la Recherche Économique et Sociale (CRES), University of Sheffield, and Vivid Economics

Socio-economics of surgery in Senegal

University of Makeni, University of Sheffield and local NGO Pink Power

Enterprise, energy and transport opportunities for communities and women’s groups in Sierra Leone