our clients

so who are the wonderful people we are proud to call our clients? well – they include:

barclaysBarclays Bank / Barclaycard Lithuania – two days of workshops for both project managers and the ‘talent group’ exploring the individual/group dynamic and the place of creativity and truthfulness in the corporate sector.

bedaBureau of European Design Associations – planned and delivered the General Assembly+ event for delegates from throughout Europe, in Milan, Italy.

britishcouncilThe British Council – in both Serbia and Latvia, giving presentations and panel discussions on the developments in and possibilities for technology in education

loftasLoftas, Vilnius, Lithuania – one of the highlight presentations at the “What’s Next?” conference focussing on: Creativity. Technology. Education.

 

kikasKikas: the National Association of Creative and Cultural Industries in Lithuania – creation and facilitation of workshops to enable artists to more effectively draw in and work with the communities in which they are situated, in order break down barriers and grow relationships and bonds.

uktiukti, Coventry and Warwickshire, UK – a table trade client who received training on, “ How to Make Information Interesting”

 

britishchamberBritish Chamber of Commerce Lithuania – providing a light hearted but purposeful presentation around, “Teletubbies for Business” for an evening members event.

radiRadi! – two year’s running we have delivered presentations to an esteemed audience of educators and policy makers at this week long festival of Creativity in Riga, Latvia.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bT8dr0BZR4 

looveestiLoov Eesti (Creative Estonia) – delivery of a workshop presentation to Creative Industry professionals, on the relationship between Creativity and Business, in Tallinn, Estonia.

nordenNorden ( The Nordic Council of Ministers’ Office in Estonia) – delivering the keynote speech at their Creativity Forum, “Creative Self-Expression” in Narva, Estonia.

garage48_logoGarage 48 providing facilitation and mentoring at their ‘Disability Hackathon’, in Tallinn, Estonia.

creativespinCreative Spin – a long-term consultancy, devising and providing interventions to improve the effectiveness of Ladywood Community Centre, Birmingham.

euEU Presidency – delivering one of the stand-out presentations at the EU Presidency Conference on Creative and Cultural Crossovers, in Riga, Latvia. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGLykExSkg0

artsmarkArtsmark – recruiting and supporting schools wishing to implement the ‘Artsmark’ standard of excellence within Northampton and the East Midlands.

bettBett Show giving the finale presentation in the main arena of the Bett Show 2015, in a programme of speakers containing such luminaries as Sir Ken Robinson, Jimmy Wales and Sir Bob Geldof. Excel Arena London. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGAyDEjVSWQ 

CBSO_logoCity of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra – One of the country’s finest orchestral reputations, for whom we conducted in depth evaluation and a long-term mentoring support for Learning & Participation staff.


ce_logoCreative Enterprise
 – an organisation supporting artists and creative businesses, funded by ERDF, for whom we have delivered our bespoke networking framework and been keynote speakers – Creative Enterprise case study

4in5logo4in5 Manifesto – an initiative to work with and support major Birmingham arts and cultural organisations in their offers to young people with learning disabilities, for whom we conducted initial research and hosted a launch event – 4in5 case study

bigbrumlogoBig Brum Theatre Company – a year long support programme with organisational development and evaluation of a schools partnership model

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header-logoClarity Management Enablers – a global provider of procurement and supply chain management development, for whom we have presented their online training programme.

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wnologoWelsh National Opera – development day for the Youth & Community team looking at planning and evaluation of activities and future activities.

bccBirmingham City Council – visioning day for staff and governors from James Brindley School with staff from Children Services to look at the future provision for children and young people with SEN and illness.

mencap-logoMenCap – evaluation of the West Midlands Cultural Olympiad and London 2012 Festival project We Dance – MenCap case study

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warwick-arts-centrelogoWarwick Arts Centre – evaluation of the West Midlands Cultural Olympiad project Boys Dancing

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vistage-logoVistage UK Ltd.
 – an international executive development company, for whom we acted as guest trainers at a retreat for CEOs of companies turning over £5m or more – Vistage casestudy

CWLogoCardinal Wiseman School – An ongoing relationship which began in 2007.  Over the years, work with the school has varied in its focus and activities, but has always kept the development of teaching and learning at it’s core and kept in line with the SIP

Foxford_LogoFoxford Secondary School – year-long teacher training and curriculum development programme as part of ongoing school development, currently in its fifth year

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brookelogoBrooke Special School – for whom we have transformed a previously unloved library into a funky inspiring story sharing space; and similarly worked with their post 16 group to deliver curriculum through the re-design and refurbishment of their classrooms – Brooke case study

caludonlogoCaludon Castle – an Ofsted assessed Outstanding School in Coventry, for whom we delivered a programme of interventions to inspire, engage and challenge their highest achieving students.

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studleylogoStudley Infants School – a community infants school in Warwickshire, for whom we have supported whole school involvement in the development of their visioning statement, and the staging of The Learning Olympics.

woodlands_logoWoodlands Infant School – Two year programme to re-design the curriculum with staff development
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teachfirstlogoTeachfirst – training exceptional students to become inspirational classroom leaders, for whom we held a residential event, celebrating achievement whilst modelling excellent creative practice in a Primary setting. – Teachfirst case study

tedxlogoTEDx – the internationally lauded conference events, for whom we have delivered the talk, “Play, Laugh, Shut-Up!” at Warwick University – video

acwm_logoArts Connect West Midlands – the Arts Council Bridging Organisation for the West Midlands region, for whom we conducted research in 3 counties to identify artists networks and sign them up to a specially designed database.

mac-birmingham.png?w=630Music Leader WM – on behalf of mac Birmingham, for whom we delivered training for Music Hub Leaders,  led panel discussions and facilitated meetings with musicians and music teachers at the end of the MusicLeader programme to maximise future legacy

tmclogoThe Mighty Creatives – Ongoing Artsmark consultancy, supporting the application process of schools to apply for ArtsMark status
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bdlogoBig Difference – Facilitating a series of CPD workshops in Leicestershire for managers and deliverers in both the Creative Industries sector and the Health and Social Care sector

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cre8usCre8us – the area development organisation for Creative Partnerships in Coventry, Solihull Warwickshire, for whom we were all Creative Agents from 2005 til 2012

and here are some of the nice things they’ve said about us

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