Our strapline ‘Where communities mean business’ has a deliberate double entendre. We chose it because…
  • For corporates and public sector bodies, engaging with the local community really is great for business. It’s great for the developing the culture, ethos and people within the organisation. And it’s great for new business opportunities.
  • Meanwhile, charities, community groups and educational institutions deserve to be taken far more seriously that they often are. They make a significant contribution to the economy, address social needs, and have a huge amount to offer to businesses.