We select our people, partners and projects carefully, so we can do brilliant and enjoyable work together.
Our relationships with clients and partners are close and long-term. This means our small team is able to work flexibly with clients, leading, supporting, delivering and advising as required.
Through a network of partners and associates, who share our values and approach, we build expert teams matched to what the campaign needs, whether that’s film or photography content, advertising campaigns, media relations, engagement or marketing campaigns.
Ben has developed a creative, practical and collaborative approach through 20+ years of experience working with high-profile organisations and individuals on a wide range of complex national and international projects and issues.
His straightforward, strategic and hands-on approach – rooted in campaigning to change minds, behaviours and policies – runs through our work with clients in a range of sectors.
From leading a campaign supporting the mental health of key workers during the Covid 19 pandemic and advising global companies on communicating employee wellbeing, to supporting a major international infrastructure project and leading an internal communications change programme, the focus is always on what we are trying to achieve and how we plan to achieve it.
Ben’s In-house experience includes with the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry (Heads Together campaign), London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG), Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and Trades Union Congress.
Loves to run and is most proud of his work on the campaigns to secure a compulsory employer contribution for the UK workforce, change the UK conversation on mental health and deliver a powerful legacy through the London 2012 Games.
Business and Account Manager
Loubie’s many years leading major corporate accounts at a fast-paced commercial agency brings fantastic creative ideas backed up with a deep understanding of the pressures our clients are dealing with and how we can help share the load.
From managing international athletes and high-profile talent to leading the project management of not-for-profit mental health campaigns and nurturing NGO/corporate partnerships, Loubie gets people on board and makes things happen.
Her experience includes compiling, delivering and managing global sponsorship strategies for brands such as HBSC, Land Rover, L’Oreal and G4S. Content creation, advertising and influencer partnerships for the Heads Together mental health campaign, supporting delivery of a number of cross-communications campaigns for United for Global Mental Health, including World Mental Health Day 2019-2020 and developing a philanthropy strategy for a high profile consumer brand.
Loubie loves (trying) to keep fit and taking on new sporting challenges and is most proud of the recent work she has done for clients who are genuinely making a difference and striving to change the future.
Nicolle started her professional career delivering digital communications for one of the most significant UK campaigns in recent years, the Heads Together campaign to change the conversation on mental health.
She honed and widened her skills creating and running digital campaigns, PR opportunities and event management at The Royal Foundation for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, including leading the Endeavour Fund awards celebrating the achievements of injured veterans.
As a core member of the 100Vision team Nicolle has led on delivering communications for Our Frontline, supporting the mental health of key workers during the Covid 19 pandemic, and OneSpace, a new, single point of support for young people’s mental health. She has also worked alongside the United for Global Mental Health team to create and manage digital communications for major campaign moments including at UNGA and for World Mental Health Day.
Nicolle loves getting involved in creative projects in her free time and is most proud of her work campaigning to change the conversation on mental health, as well as setting up Unity Festival to encourage conversations around peace in her local community.