We transform people, organisations, and government departments into thought leaders in their fields.
From concept and launch to development and management, we use our award-winning editorial skills to create digital publications that help organisations and companies stand out, including building bespoke teams of freelance creatives to populate them. Tell us your goals and we’ll handle the rest.
We ghostwrite thought leadership for C-level executives and company founders. By developing a deep understanding of their business, industry, leadership style, and personal passions, we help them define their perspective and publish future-facing content that makes an impact.
Talks & Workshops
We speak at conferences, festivals and other events on topics such as innovation trends, urban policy, the sharing economy, the future of work, digital nomads, and more. We also design and run specialised workshops for organisations according to their needs. Contact us to discuss your requirements.
Drawing from our expertise in communications, we provide the research, knowledge, strategy, and planning needed to help you innovate, deliver and excel on projects of all sizes. Whether you need support around a new product launch or leadership as your business enters a new market, we’d love to hear from you.
Lauren began her career as a content writer and editor for Google, a role she was headhunted for before graduating university. In 2016, she was named the UK’s Young Freelancer of the Year at the IPSE Awards in recognition of her work across media, technology and communications. Since then, her work has taken her to more than 30 countries and she has published with leading global media titles such as The Guardian, Wired, The Atlantic, and VICE. She is currently a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in London.
Jesse started out as a coder before turning his talents to writing and consultancy in the realms of macroeconomic trends, global markets, and policy innovation. He has spearheaded award-winning communications campaigns for banks in the UK and Germany, and has ghostwritten thought leadership for CEOs, CTOs and CFOs at various Fortune 500 companies in the technology and finance sectors. His writing has been published in The Guardian, The Economist and The Parliamentary Review amongst other titles, and he is a passionate advocate of open source software.