From September 2020 until December 2022, three members of the team engaged in Senior Level Degree Apprenticeships at Northumbria University- one MBA and two MScs in Strategic Leadership.

We were very proud that the company’s ethos, action and impact was recognised by the university and included as a case study in the Northumbria University UN PRME report. This can be found on pages 58-60 of the document linked below.

The Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) is a United Nations supported
initiative that aims to raise the profile of sustainability in business and management schools
around the world, and equip students with the understanding and ability to deliver change for
a better tomorrow.

Organisations that join PRME believe that higher education institutions which integrate
universal values into the curriculum can contribute to a more sustainable and inclusive global
economy and help build more prosperous societies. PRME focuses around Six Principles and
the 17 Sustainable Development Goals to engage business and management schools and work
towards the collective vision.

It’s a huge encouragement that the university where we spent 30 months engaging and tackling important themes in our Masters studies has recognised our impact in Sustainable Development Goals towards tackling poverty, increasing quality education, providing decent work and economic growth and gender equality.

Wow! When you put it like that, we are VERY proud!