We write two blogs – the first on customer-centricity because that’s our passion and specialist discipline; the second on life and work in the 21st Century because we are deeply interested in how we can all make working work for everyone.

February 18, 2019

It’s great when you see a new proposition coming to market that taps into an unmet need. ‘Unmortgage’ is for people who can afford to rent but want to own. It’s filling the ever-widening gap between renting and owning.

In our work with Taylor Wimpey we explored a hypothesis that the UK was turning into a renting society - that people were starting to prefer to rent...

It’s clear from our conversations about life and work in the 21st Century with peers, friends and contacts working in all types of sectors, that all of us; women, men, with/without children and, especially Millennials, want flexibility and fluidity in the workplace to allow for a better balance of work and personal time.  We want our performance and career progres...

February 7, 2019

This week the Modern Families Index 2019 was published, which confirmed what many of us have experienced; that the UK’s working parents are penalised for working part-time and suffer from poorly-designed jobs and business cultures that force them to work extra hours.

Part-time workers (most of whom are women) have a 21% chance of being promoted within the next 3 ye...

Anna, Katy and Charlotte sat down to discuss why they've launched their new blog series Life and Work in the 21st Century. Watch the video below to hear why this is important to us as a business and what we hope to explore throughout this series:

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