Who we like to work with

We welcome work with business leaders who not only feel immediate pressure to comply with sustainability measures, but instinctively understand that their long-term business success depends on the flexibility, efficiency, resilience, customer-alignment and authenticity that comes with a shift to sustainable business models and relationships.

We work best with people who understand that change is made possible by those who share a sense of common purpose, and that teamworking and communication are key to making this happen.

Our people

We are a truly diverse team, with a depth of skills, experiences and backgrounds that enables us to work with organisations and their suppliers across borders and cultures. Together we have worked with small businesses, major corporations and international organisations.


Senior consultants


Gerard Davies – Lead auditor, leadership and organisational change facilitator, strategic media producer and Industrial Fellow at Aston Business School delivering sustainability thought-leadership since 2005.

“Recognising your impact is a tremendous opportunity for innovation. Build and run systems to reassure everyone you have matters in hand. Understanding a prospect’s sustainability strategy and your own impact on society and the environment could be a valuable differentiator.

“Your commitment and journey towards net zero is a great message and an inspiring story for all your stakeholders.”



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Dr Fernanda Aller – Engineer and sustainability specialist developing and implementing company strategies and supply chains including Jaguar Land Rover and Wealmoor.

Fernanda has an extensive career in sustainability, decarbonization and environmental protection. Her multidisciplinary background has been essential to developing her career across different industries, although her main interest is food production systems and agricultural engineering.





Felicia Jackson – Clean tech author (Conquering Carbon, 2009), UN advisor, and co-founder of the Sustainable Finance and Data Institute at at the School for Oriental and Asian Studies (SOAS), University of London.

“It is imperative that businesses understand how climate and sustainability risk are changing economic models and patterns. Failure to respond suitably could result in lost opportunities, increased costs, reputational damage and injury to the social contract.

“This year you have a chance to stand-out for your thought-leadership.  Next year, you might stick out for your lack of preparation.”




John Dooner – Corporate team coach, specialising in values-led development, learning and conflict resolution.

“Implementing sustainable development in corporations necessitates organisational learning.

“Learning organisations embed a growth culture through mentoring and coaching programmes that are benchmarked against international standards.”




Raquel de Mingo
– Across Australia, China, India, Europe and Latin America, Raquel has gained a broad range of cross-cultural skills and experience with companies and global projects. A highly-trained business consultant and leadership facilitator, developing sustainable business processes, core management strategies and operational improvements, she is passionate about improving companies and people. In India, she negotiated contracts with agents and stockists. In China, she advised on Chinese Government protocol and business authorisation processes and was responsible for developing business in eight Latin American countries, negotiating and closing contracts worth US$25 million in five months. She works in six languages (fluent in English, French, Italian and Spanish, conversant in Mandarin, with knowledge of Indonesian.)




Dr Mark Smith – Mark has extensive experience delivering environmental innovation programmes with businesses including low-carbon, eco-design and energy efficiency, with focus on business development with small to medium-sized companies.

He has advised on European environmental policy and worked across universities and research funding with collaborative projects between higher education and industry.


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