We support our clients to achieve their infrastructure development, enterprise development, professional development, economic development, regeneration, capacity building and operational development objectives.

  • UK Nigeria Creative Partnership

    On behalf of the British and Nigerian Governments (British Council and Bank of Industry respectively) designed and delivered a programme to inform on what the new models of working should be, in order to effectively increase bi-lateral trade between the British and Nigerian creative and digital industries

  • Lagos State Government

    Project managed a four-year urban renewal project, this included; transformation of the signage and outdoor advertising industry in Lagos State, re-branding and identity framework for Lagos State, the implementation of street directional signs as well as over-head gantries and directional signs throughout Lagos State and the implementation of the street light network in Lagos State

  • Aduna Programme

    Professional development programme tailored to the specific needs of creative practitioners. Participants ranged from theatre performers, singers, writers and poets to festival organisers, arts centre managers and film producers. Workshops included; Artistic Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Fundraising and Sponsorship, Linking Performance and Education, Audience Development and Best Practice

  • Black International

    On behalf of Urban Inclusion, with funding from European Regional Development Fund and Arts Council England, produced a highly interactive year-long programme that was designed specifically to provide 200 established African Diaspora businesses with information on how to export their products and services internationally. Sessions included; “Accessing International Markets”, “The Realities and Innovations of Trading Globally” and “Doing Business in Africa”

  • Africa Consortium

    Developed and facilitated a network of Theatres and Performing Arts practitioners based across Europe and Africa in order to increase connectivity, learning and collaboration. Network partners included New Wolsey Theatre, International Theatre Council, Visiting Arts, Hall for Cornwall, East Africa Theatre Institute and Assitej South Africa

  • Sustain To Gain

    Working with businesses in Ghana to capacity build and modernise local farms and small farm holdings. Training programmes include skills development, farm modernisation, logistics and accessing international markets. Produce being produced by the local farmers includes fresh fruit, veg and salads, maize, cocoa, cassava, chilli peppers and mushrooms

  • Nollywood Movies Film Training programme

    Delivered in Lagos (Nigeria), on behalf of Nollywood Movies Ltd, a month long training programme in film production, acting and screenwriting. The programme benefited 50 young people and workshops were delivered in partnership with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), British Council, Enterprise Creative and FMA Productions.