Leverage global expertise and passion to co-create practical solutions for social impact challenges through our carefully-curated, rapid collaborations

How we collaborate

Rapid Collaboration

We come together

Our rapid collaborations begin with us bringing together the best, most relevant people from across our global community and beyond around shared challenges. Importantly, we leverage our trusted partner network to bring in the voices of those proximate to the issues we are focusing on.

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We CO-create

We manage a rapid and authentic co-creation process that supports meaningful two-way conversation and tangible outputs. We use various formats and techniques to unlock new insights and deepen relationships within a matter of months.

We AMplify the Impact

We support comprehensive communication and engagement strategies, utilising our highly-rated summits, private convenings, compelling comms assets, and dynamic social media channels to amplify key messages, foster collaboration, and drive action.


What are the essential strategies to advance vaccination equity in Europe, targeting vulnerable populations and reversing the decline in vaccination uptake?

This collaboration focused on examining essential strategies for advancing vaccination equity in Europe, emphasizing the importance of targeting vulnerable populations experiencing poverty and social exclusion to reverse the decline in vaccination uptake across the continent, and featuring case studies from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK. Sponsored by MSD.


How does implementing living wages in core operations and value chains impact business performance, resilience, and social outcomes?

This collaboration focused on understanding the impact of living wages on business performance, resilience, stability, social impact, and human and labour rights obligations throughout core operations and the value chain, partnering with the Cambridge Institute for Sustainable Development and Shift, and with support from Unilever.


How can farmer segmentation improve support for smallholder farmers, leading to better outcomes in global supply chains?

This collaboration focused on exploring how the practice of farmer segmentation can help businesses better support smallholder farmers in their global supply chains, leading to skills development, improved access to agricultural inputs, greater resilience, and ultimately, a living income.