The Ellen MacArthur Foundation is committed to the circular economy which is key to tackling global challenges, including climate change and biodiversity loss. Key goals of COP26.
So what if our planet … was our client?
There is a sense of positivity in the air, as cultural colour creeps back into the greyness that has dominated our lives. Not only is it a good route out of all this, it’s also fundamental to our future.
Now is the moment for the theatre sector to find its balance... to amplify its inspirational role re-establish its true value. The lights are flickering on.
But survival is not enough. The sector must now succeed and move forward.
A clear commitment to increasing inclusivity is one thing. Putting it at the heart of your business strategy and ensuring you have the capability to deliver it, requires belief, bravery, and balance.
When an independent theatre production company, grown almost entirely through the hands-on expertise and experience of a successful founder, is aspiring to the next level … establishing a balanced framework of operation was the key starting point.
The coronavirus pandemic placed us all in a unique scenario – one that required us to change how we do things at an unprecedented pace and scale.
As we recorded the changes, the inevitability of evolution emerged. An extraordinary project for extraordinary times.
Balance isn’t just useful – it’s fundamental to our evolution.
Read our thoughts on applying the concept and principles of balance to personal and professional life.
Oliver Hoare was arguably the most influential dealer in the Islamic art world and one who broke the mould. Protecting this legacy, whilst extending the brand into a new era was a formidable task.
Over the past 60 years the National Youth Theatre has been investing in dreams discovering, inspiring and nurturing thousands of young people through free and affordable training. But CEO and Artistic Director Paul Roseby wanted to elevate the brand much further – empowering young people as a positive force for good and social change.
Running a globally successful show for three decades, at an unrivalled five-star level takes hard work, unique expertise, real commitment and huge motivation.
But what happens when it’s time for the show to move on and the world is watching. How do you retain motivation and high standards right to the end?