The World Reimagined

Partnerships expand the universe of the possible.

We are hugely grateful for the commitment and support of our partners.

Official Presenting Partner

Confirmed Host Cities

Official Presenting Partner

"We’re committed to using Sky’s voice as a force for good and that’s why we’re proud to be an Official Presenting Partner of The World Reimagined. We’re excited to see the project progress in its mission to transform people’s understanding of the Transatlantic Trade in Enslaved Africans through art education.”
David Carrigan, Group Director for Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing

Sky is Europe’s leading media and entertainment company and is proud to be part of the Comcast group. Across six countries, we connect our 23.4 million customers to the best entertainment, sports, news and arts including our own award-winning original content. Our technology, including the market leading Sky Q, connects people to everything they love – with entertainment from Sky TV, Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video and BBC iPlayer, and apps like Spotify, YouTube, BBC Sounds, Highbrow, Peloton, Fiit, and more, in one place, easy. Our streaming service NOW brings viewers all the enjoyment of Sky with the flexibility of a contract-free service. Through our new B2B broadband provider, Sky Connect, we offer superfast broadband with business-grade 4G back-up to small businesses in the UK.

 

Building on the success of Sky Originals like Chernobyl, Gangs of London and Brassic, we are doubling our investment in original content by 2024 through Sky Studios. Sky News provides impartial and trustworthy journalism for free, Sky Arts is the UK’s only dedicated free-to-air arts channel making the arts accessible for everyone and Sky Sports, our leading sports broadcasting service, brings customers some of the biggest and best global sporting events from the Premier League to Formula 1 and everything in-between. Our new TV and movie studio, Sky Studios Elstree, which will open in 2022, is expected to create over 2,000 new jobs and generate an additional £3 billion of production investment in the UK over the first five years.

 

We believe that we can be a force for good in the communities in which we operate. We’re committed to being Europe’s first net zero carbon entertainment company by 2030 and we’re proud to be a Principal Partner and Media Partner of COP26. We take pride in our approach to diversity and inclusion: we’ve been recognised by The Times and Stonewall for our commitment to diversity and we’ve set ambitious 2025 targets to continue to increase diversity and representation. We’re also committed to investing £30million across our markets over three years to improve our approach to diversity and inclusion, and to tackle racial injustice.

Sky

Official Presenting Partner

Greater London City Partner

“The World Reimagined is a unique opportunity combining art, history, and culture to drive a wider dialogue around the issue of racial justice. J.P. Morgan’s strong commitment to racial equity aligns closely with the topics being explored by The World Reimagined and we look forward to being the Greater London City Partner for this event.”
Cecil Peters, Executive Director; EMEA Head of Advancing Black Pathways

J.P. Morgan

Greater London City Partner

Supported By

Bloomberg, the global business and financial information and news leader, gives influential decision makers a critical edge by connecting them to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas. The company’s strength – delivering data, news and analytics through innovative technology, quickly and accurately – is at the core of the Bloomberg Terminal. Bloomberg’s enterprise solutions build on the company’s core strength: leveraging technology to allow customers to access, integrate, distribute and manage data and information across organizations more efficiently and effectively.

Bloomberg

Supported By

Community Partners

Our mission is to collect, preserve and celebrate the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK and to inspire and give strength to individuals, communities, and society.

 

Black Cultural Archives grew from a community response to the New Cross Massacre (1981), the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (1984); underachievement of Black children in British schools, the failings of the Race Relations Act 1976, and the negative impacts of racism against, and a lack of popular recognition of, and representation by people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK.

 

Our founders, including the iconic Len Garrison, came to the conclusion that what was needed was a space where members of the community, especially young people, could come and find positive representations of themselves in history and culture. This act of self-help expanded into the creation of what our founders called an ‘archive museum’ that evidenced and painted a more comprehensive picture of Black presence in Britain.

 

Black Cultural Archives is the home of Black British History.

 

We use our mission to collect, preserve and celebrate the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK and to inspire and give strength to individuals, communities and society.

 

Our HQ is 1 Windrush Square in Brixton, London.

 

At our HQ we run a series of gallery exhibitions, educational programmes and public engagement events. We provide free access to our unique set of archives, museum objects and reference library.

 

We have become the leading non-governmental and heritage institutional voice for the Windrush Generation. We are part of the Windrush Action Group and the Windrush National Organising Committee.

 

BCA’s network includes current collaborations with the Universities of Roehampton and Kings College.

 

We are leaders in the heritage sector for our work on workforce diversity, and we are interrogating decolonial archival practices.

Black Cultural Archives

Official Globe Partner

Bristol Ballroom Community is a LGBTQ+ BIPOC group that is part of the international ballroom scene. The ballroom scene consists of balls which mix performance, dance, lip-syncing, modelling, fashion and art. The balls are divided into various categories which people “walk” for trophies or “Grand Prizes”. Bristol’s ballroom scene will be hosting its very first Vogue Ball on the 13th of August 2022!

The Bristol Ballroom Community

Microgrant Partner

"Changing Lives through Movement"

Capoeira for All CIC

Partnership Grant

Carry Come Bring – Leicester’s African Caribbean Archive

Partnership Grant

First Contact 2.0 is a training and service user engagement service. It is a Community Interest Company (CIC) derived from and responding to the identified needs of individuals and collective to affect social change. Our aim is to impact on the negative disadvantage and experience of individuals, families or groups who find access to meaningful engagement a barrier to services. The challenges that differing realities pose from provider to service recipient can cause potential barriers to moving forwards for many. Society’s norms and values can sometimes pose the real problem in hindering progression in peoples’ lives due to poor awareness, knowledge and misunderstanding between stakeholders.

First Contact 2.0

Microgrant Partner

GAP work is shaped and informed by London’s Black AND UNDER-REPRESENTED communities through a series of innovative digital and in-person research and development activities. GAP Fest will meet their needs, demands and aspirations for a more inclusive creative sector that does not marginalise their work or consider it niche. The festival will be followed by ongoing engagement activities with the same creatives and communities to continue developing GAP Fest.

 

GAP Fest has a long-term mission to celebrate those who remain under the umbrella of under-representation and the presentation of Black creativity, limited engagement with Black audiences and the financial barriers Black communities face in accessing London’s mainstream arts sector.

gIRLS aBOUT pECKHAM

Microgrant Partner

The Geraldine Connor Foundation (GCF) was established in 2012 to continue the work and vision of Geraldine Connor. We are an arts charity that celebrates cultural forms from across the globe in a collaborative and supportive environment.

 

Our primary beneficiaries are young people aged 12-25 years with diverse ethnicities, from low-income households living in the Leeds city region. In 2021 we worked with 345 young people across 11 projects. These projects included Represent exploring neglected industrial narratives with young people and Where We Are reinterpreting the history of Harewood House and its connections to the transatlantic trade in enslaved Africans.

 

GCF’s mission is to bring people together through arts and culture. We are a cultural organisation that works at an intersection between heritage and the arts. Our work starts from an African Caribbean perspective, opening up conversations about identity, hidden narratives, and representation in British society. We co-produce work with young people from minority ethnic backgrounds giving freedom to explore culture in its broadest forms. We believe that exploring cultural heritage with young people enables them to start forming their own identities and understand the modern world they live in.

 

We are currently working on a project Jam Around the Table through funding from Leeds Community Foundation – Addressing Mental Health Inequalities in Minority Ethnic Groups. The young people involved in this project have been taking part in regular singing and lyric writing workshops, they have expressed an interest in performing and singing together more regularly. The Reggae Roots choir would give them this opportunity.

 

Over 10 years we have built a wealth of experience working with young people in a variety of ways on cultural projects. GCF Creative Associates, Christella Litras and Sheila Howarth will lead the project musically and through their work on the Jam Around the Table project initiated the idea of a Reggae Choir for young people.

Geraldine Connor Foundation

Partnership Grant

Established in 2015 and named after Yvonne Humble, the founder of Rosetta Arts, The Humble Gallery responds to the cultural life within Newham, and its neighboring boroughs, connecting the diverse cultural communities of east London through art and the work of artists based locally across the relevant diasporas.

 

Our vision is to inspire and connect with people in our communities with art that resonates and is in dialogue with their own cultural lives. Trisha McCauley is a photographer and Director of The Humble Gallery and has over 15 years of experience in community arts, education. Trisha has a special interest in Caribbean artists, the diaspora and heritage.

The Humble Gallery

Microgrant Partner

The Institute is a part of The Henry Moore Foundation, set up by the sculptor Henry Moore (1898-1986) in 1977 to encourage appreciation of the visual arts, especially sculpture.

 

The Institute is firmly rooted in Leeds, where we work in partnership with Leeds Art Gallery to manage the sculpture collection and archive of Leeds Museums and Galleries, a collaboration that has built one of the strongest public collections of sculpture in Britain.

 

We are tasked with the responsibility to study sculpture, with our role to make a significant impact on the future of art history, placing sculpture right at the centre. We achieve this through an exhibitions and research programme that consistently re-thinks how we understand sculpture today, continuing Moore’s legacy by making sculpture a necessary and relevant part of contemporary culture.

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

Partnership Grant

The Liverpool Royal Court is one of the city's leading theatre venues. It has a long standing Youth Theatre programme, designed by young people for young people delivering a range of opportunities free of charge for young people aged 11–25 from every part of the city. Also under the theatre's umbrella is Boisterous Theatre Company which began in 2018 a platform to showcase new work from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse creatives, set up by Royal Court veterans.

Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre (Youth Theatre & Boisterous Theatre Company)

Partnership Grant

"Making Change is a creative hub that seeks to use digital media and creative art to help individuals with complex needs to express themselves in a safe and nurturing environment."

Making Change Studios

Partnership Grant

Music House is a registered charitable trust which has been going strong for over 125 years.

 

Music House offers 1:1 music and singing lessons, group ensembles, music theory, choral direction and music taster courses.

 

For this project the Music House will be welcoming the choir into their house for rehearsals and access to their resources for free. They will provide the marketing and communication support for the project. Promoting the activity and profiling the project in Leeds to engage participants and audiences.

 

Music House

Partnership Grant

"We use the arts to create new work that challenges mental health stigma and discrimination and that supports the wellbeing of racialised and marginalised communities."
Nick Schlittner

We are a Black led organisation that uses the arts to challenge mental stigma and discrimination in racialised and marginalised communities. We work in communities and with professional and emerging artists with lived experience of mental health issues to create new art and performances that give voice to people whose views and experiences are rarely heard. Through our work we aim to stimulate conversations and introduce new and positive ways of thinking about mental health and wellbeing. We have been working in Birmingham for four years and working nationally since 2013. We are a guest producer of the Birmingham Bedlam Mental Health Festival and currently consulting on and delivering a training programme for artists to enable them to work in closed and community mental health settings which is funded by the Baring Foundation. Peoples Health Trust have recently funded us to deliver a drop-in and arts development programme for Birmingham residents with mental health challenges and Revealed, a play that we co-produced with Rites of Passage Productions will begin a national tour this winter. Last year we worked with Birmingham Museums to produce Windrush Culture a celebration and reinterpretation of the work of artists from the Windrush Generation. Our annual StereoHype Arts Festival will celebrate its 20th anniversary in October, at the Midlands Art Centre in Birmingham, with a day of music, theatre, performance and creative workshops celebrating the mental health and wellbeing of Black African and Caribbean communities across the UK.

The Red Earth Collective

Partnership Grant

Rosetta Arts

Microgrant Partner

Established in North Birmingham in 2016, Smoking Bagels quickly rose to notoriety for bringing a ‘hole lotta flavour to the quick food scene. We have a passion for the world’s best herbs and spices and we celebrate the communities they belong to!

Smoking Bagels

Microgrant Partner

The Stephen Lawrence Research Centre is an invaluable resource for any school on their journey of becoming anti-racist, and we are so privileged to have you on our door step. Never fail to recognise the impact you make, hundreds and even thousands of young people are being affected by what you do. This should give us all hope for the future!
N Boyce, Winstanley School

Inspired by the loan of archival materials by Baroness Doreen Lawrence, the SLRC has a mission to extend the legacy of Stephen Lawrence’s life and his family’s ongoing pursuit of juice by producing, supporting and innovatively communicating groundbreaking, impact-oriented research that influences public dialogues, promotes social justice, fosters inclusion, and engenders equity on a local, national and global scale. The SLRC aims to become a hub of innovative and world-leading interdisciplinary research in the following four target areas:

  • Histories and cultures of Black, Asian and racially minoritised peoples in the UK
  • The concept and practice of institutional racism
  • Denials of justice
  • The social psychology of racial violence

The SLRC also comprises of an exhibition space drawn from the Stephen Lawrence Archive that chronicles the Lawrence family’s 25-year journey towards justice in the aftermath of Stephen Lawrence’s tragic death.

The Stephen Lawrence Research Centre

Partnership Grant

I grew up a mixed-race foster child in the rural white heartland of North Yorkshire in the 1960s. With a degree in Italian, I went on to work for 10 years in the Italian Embassy in Washington DC and then as a government press officer in Leeds serving the regional briefs of Whitehall departments such as the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Department for International Trade.

 

Now as a freelance writer I harness my communications background with my experience as a woman of colour in the UK and abroad to explore themes of racial identity in my presentations. In Hair Apparent – A Voyage Around My Roots our natural inheritance of Black hair becomes an inspirational journey of resilience, versatility and creativity.

Tina Shingler

Partnership Grant

Speak Woman Speak is an all female Leeds based theatre company.They make devised work highlighting hidden stories about women from diverse backgrounds.

Speak Woman Speak

Partnership Grant

The walking and dialogue project is run by Ahmad with the support of Aicha who has previously facilitated the group at Oblong Charity. During the walking and dialogue sessions, groups have engaged in conversations around ‘the future’ and ‘multiculturalism’. Group members are paired and given questions to inspire dialogue and to support them to learn about dialogue skills while walking.

At The World Reimagined event, we will be exploring the themes of  Echoes in the Present and Reimagining the Future. Participants will engage in dialogue around systemic inequalities and injustice, entrenched racism and prejudices and the traumatic consequences of colonialism and the transatlantic trade in enslaved Africans. More so, the dialogue will allow participants to share their ideas, visions and hopes for the future.

The Walking and Dialogue Project

Microgrant Partner

Supported By

Arts Council England

Supported by

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

Supported by

Heritage Lottery Fund

Supported by

Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Supported by

Portal Trust

Supported by

Hosts

Birmingham City Council

Host City Partner

Bristol City Council is the local authority providing services to Bristol citizens

Bristol City Council

Host City Partner

Camden Council

Host Borough

City of London

Supported By

City of Westminster Council

Host Borough

Hackney Council

Host Borough

Lambeth is one of the most vibrant and diverse boroughs in London covering Brixton, Streatham, Clapham and Waterloo. We provide services such as planning, social work, housing and schools to 303,000 residents and hundreds of businesses. Everything we do as a council is guided by our values, and we are always on the look out for people who are as committed to these principles as we are:
Fairness: ensuring all our staff and customers are treated equally.
Respect: consulting our communities, valuing our staff and treating everyone with courtesy. Excellence: attaining high standards for all customers and recognising staff who provide excellent service. Service: ensuring that customers receive the services they want and need.
Honesty: being open with all staff and customers and fighting fraud, dishonestly and discrimination.

Lambeth Council

Host Borough

Leeds City Council

Host City Partner

Leicester City Council serves the people, communities and businesses of Leicester, the largest city in the East Midlands with an estimated 355,000+ population. The council has supported arts, leisure, and entertainment for over 150 years and to this day we continue to invest in the city’s cultural organisations and activities.

The council’s festivals and events team deliver a vibrant, multi-cultural annual programme that showcases the city’s creativity and diversity.

Leicester City Council

Host City Partner

Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

Host City Region

Newham Council

Host Borough

Southwark Council

Host Borough

Swansea Council

Host City Partner

Official Globe Partner

Adjaye Associates

Official Globe Partner

Avison Young

Official Globe Partner

Our mission is to collect, preserve and celebrate the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK and to inspire and give strength to individuals, communities, and society.

 

Black Cultural Archives grew from a community response to the New Cross Massacre (1981), the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (1984); underachievement of Black children in British schools, the failings of the Race Relations Act 1976, and the negative impacts of racism against, and a lack of popular recognition of, and representation by people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK.

 

Our founders, including the iconic Len Garrison, came to the conclusion that what was needed was a space where members of the community, especially young people, could come and find positive representations of themselves in history and culture. This act of self-help expanded into the creation of what our founders called an ‘archive museum’ that evidenced and painted a more comprehensive picture of Black presence in Britain.

 

Black Cultural Archives is the home of Black British History.

 

We use our mission to collect, preserve and celebrate the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK and to inspire and give strength to individuals, communities and society.

 

Our HQ is 1 Windrush Square in Brixton, London.

 

At our HQ we run a series of gallery exhibitions, educational programmes and public engagement events. We provide free access to our unique set of archives, museum objects and reference library.

 

We have become the leading non-governmental and heritage institutional voice for the Windrush Generation. We are part of the Windrush Action Group and the Windrush National Organising Committee.

 

BCA’s network includes current collaborations with the Universities of Roehampton and Kings College.

 

We are leaders in the heritage sector for our work on workforce diversity, and we are interrogating decolonial archival practices.

Black Cultural Archives

Official Globe Partner

The Leicester Business Improvement District was established after 85% of businesses voted ‘yes’ to the development of a BID in the city in a ballot in November 2017.

 

Representing 714 businesses and organisations and covering most of Leicester city centre, BID Leicester has is focused on delivering key priorities to transform Leicester city centre, including creating a clean safe and attractive environment, raising Leicester’s profile through high-quality marketing and creating a strong business voice.

BID Leicester

Official Globe Partner

BBSTEM is a non-profit organisation campaigning for balance and representation of Black individuals in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

 

They aim to encourage, enable, and energise individuals in business, industry, and education to widen participation and contribution of Black individuals in STEM. Their network of over 800 BBSTEM members aim to inspire the young Black British generation to pursue STEM subjects in university and beyond. Their principal mission is to have Black parity in the UK’s STEM workforce, from school to the highest level in industry.

Black British Professionals in STEM

Official Globe Partner

The Black Heart Foundation aims to remove barriers to achievement for under-resourced and under-represented people by providing educational scholarships through its Black Heart Scholarship Programme and distributing grants to community initiatives that support the community and provide coaching and pastoral care to talented, ambitious and committed young people.

The Black Heart Foundation

Official Globe Partner

BNY Mellon is a global investments company dedicated to helping its clients manage and service their financial assets throughout the investment lifecycle. Whether providing financial services for institutions, corporations or individual investors, BNY Mellon delivers informed investment and wealth management and investment services in 35 countries. As of March 31, 2022, BNY Mellon had $45.5 trillion in assets under custody and/or administration, and $2.3 trillion in assets under management.

 

BNY Mellon can act as a single point of contact for clients looking to create, trade, hold, manage, service, distribute or restructure investments. BNY Mellon is the corporate brand of The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (NYSE: BK). Additional information is available on www.bnymellon.com. Follow us on Twitter @BNYMellon or visit our newsroom at www.bnymellon.com/newsroom for the latest company news.

BNY Mellon

Official Globe Partner

Bridges Fund Management invests in the transition to a more inclusive and sustainable economy. Its specialist property funds invest in growth locations and sectors that are well-placed to benefit from changing demographics and societal needs, driving value through physical and operational improvements, and implementing sustainability features that reduce costs, improve valuations and future-proof real estate assets.

BRIDGES Fund Management

Bristol City Centre Centre Business Improvement District (BID) is a not-for-profit organisation working to make Bristol an even better place for those who work, study live and spend leisure time in the city.

Bristol City Centre BID

Official Globe Partner

Broadmead BID (Business Improvement District) was established in 2005 to support retailers in Bristol Shopping Quarter and deliver agreed initiatives to improve the area for those live, work or visit here.

Broadmead BID

Official Globe Partner

The UK’s leading art supplies retailer, Cass Art is committed to encouraging everyone to realise their creative talents by providing the world’s top quality materials at the guaranteed best prices.

Cass Art

Offical Art Supplier

We help government clients save money, deliver better services, build lasting capability in areas of public procurement, financial management, major project implementation and delivery, data & digital, communication, human resources and workforce.

Civil Service College

Official Globe Partner

Co-Counsel is a thriving virtual law firm dedicated to offering practical, agile and direct advice. We advise clients across all sectors, on commercial, corporate and employment matters with a special interest in technology.

 

We focus on commercial priorities, making sure our clients get practical value from legal advice by balancing risk and cost, using technology to help target legal spend effectively. Co-Counsel, founded in 2013, was one of the first virtual law firms regulated by the SRA. We’re proud of our talented and diverse team and are committed to supporting our profession by training a new generation of lawyers.

Co-Counsel

Official Globe Partner

GE drives the world forward by tackling its biggest challenges, bringing real progress and possibility to every corner of the planet – safely delivering people where they need to go; powering homes, schools, hospitals, and businesses; and offering more precise diagnostics and care when patients need it most.

 

2022 marks 130 years for GE, with GE UK & Ireland employing ~8500 people across 20+ sites. We continue to drive innovation across the UK and Ireland, from testing the world’s largest wind turbine, the Haliade-X, in Northumberland; handling the world’s largest and most fuel efficient aviation engine, GE9X, in Wales; to supplying around 2 in 3 NHS hospitals nationwide with medical imaging equipment; and providing propulsion systems for the UK’s largest ever naval vessel, the Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier.

GE

Official Globe Partner

A world-leading international law firm, known for our insight and diverse perspectives.

 

Located in 26 offices across Asia Pacific, UK, EMEA and North America, we strive to address and resolve our clients’ complex business challenges. Whether our client is a multinational corporation or a charity serving a community with urgent needs, we build relationships to deliver the best possible outcomes.

 

As lawyers, social impact and a sense of justice underpin everything we aspire to achieve in building a sustainable and resilient future.

Herbert Smith Freehills

Official Globe Partner

HUB is a leading Build to Rent developer taking a progressive approach to creating living places across the UK. HUB builds strong relationships with its partners to create distinctive places where people and communities can flourish. Now over 10 years old, HUB has 5,500+ homes completed or under development in lifestyle cities including London, Leeds, Birmingham and Edinburgh.

HUB Residential

Official Globe Partner

Landsec creates places that make a lasting positive contribution to our communities and our planet. We bring people together, forming connections with each other and the spaces we create.

 

To us, sustainability means anticipating and responding to the evolving needs of our customers, communities, partners and employees. We keep environmental and social issues at the core of everything we do.

Landsec

Official Globe Partner

Liverpool BID Company is a private, not-for-profit organisation, representing the interests of 1,000 levy paying businesses in Liverpool city centre, across two BIDs (Business Improvement Districts) – Retail & Leisure BID and Culture & Commerce BID.

 

The aim of Liverpool BID Company is to improve the trading environment in the BID Area for the businesses and employees within it, to attract new investors, and to lobby on behalf of the businesses it represents. It achieves this by focusing on three key areas: resilience, community and placemaking.

Liverpool BID Company

Official Globe Partner

Liverpool ONE is one of Europe’s leading retail and leisure destinations, set in the heart of Liverpool City Centre. Built around the existing streets of Liverpool, the 1.65 million sq ft contemporary open-air complex is a must-visit for those who love to shop, eat, drink and relax.

 

Liverpool ONE has over 170 stores, bars and restaurants, a 14-screen cinema, indoor golf courses and a five-acre park spanning across five areas including Paradise Street, South John Street, Hanover Street and the Leisure Terrace.

Liverpool ONE

Official Globe Partner

Lush

Official Globe Partner

MARK is a privately held real estate investment management firm focused on the opportunities presented by urbanisation and technological change. The firm has a multi-platform strategy that enables institutional investors to benefit from structural changes in real estate. MARK has has a diversified portfolio spanning residential, offices, inner-city and luxury retail and last-mile logistics.

MARK

Mersey Rail

Official Globe Partner

An East Midlands based charity fighting for the creative voices of children and young people. Our vision is to inspire children and young people to harness the power of arts, creativity and culture for positive change

The Mighty Creatives

Official Globe Partner

Morgans Hotel Swansea

Official Globe Partner

Morganstone

Official Globe Partner

Organic cotton tampons, pads and wipes for periods & incontinence, parents & babies. Revolutionising periods since 1989.

Organic, Natural, Sustainable, Vegan.

Natracare

Official Globe Partner

Osborne Clarke is a future-focused international legal practice with 300+ Partners and 1,000+ talented lawyers across 26 global locations. We’re widely recognised for our award-winning culture, responsible business practices and commitment to diversity and inclusion. We help our clients successfully tackle the issues they’re facing today and prepare for tomorrow. We provide a three-dimensional approach, combining outstanding legal expertise, in-depth sector knowledge and transformational insight on the global drivers of change that are having the biggest impact on our clients’ businesses: decarbonisation, digitalisation and urban dynamics.

Osborne Clarke

Official Globe Partner

Oval Real Estate

Official Globe Partner

Port Sunlight Village Trust

Based in Leicester since 2017, and employing over 200 staff, PPL PRS is a joint venture between PPL and PRS for Music.

 

PPL PRS is the UK’s music licensing organisation. The Music Licence from PPL PRS allows businesses and organisations to legally play music for their employees and customers. It covers virtually all commercially released music. This includes millions of the most popular and well-loved songs and recordings, not just from the UK but also from around the world. This ranges from grassroots and independent artists and composers through to the biggest names in the business.

PPL PRS Ltd

Official Globe Partner

The Rumi Foundation

Official Globe Partner

St. Pancras International is an iconic Grade I listed building. There’s a wealth of contrasting and characteristic locations all under one roof. The entire venue is a destination in its own right, but it is also connected to national and international locations via sustainable high-speed rail. It’s home to an array of shops, bars and restaurants and it is known for its calendar of new and engaging cultural experiences.

St. Pancras International

Official Globe Partner

Providing sustainable, natural solid format solutions for personal care, haircare & beauty brands. Shampoo & conditioner bars, facial cleansing bars, baby bars & soaps. Brand or manufacturer we can help.

Stephenson

Official Globe Partner

Stratford International is a busy travel hub, offering commuters and leisure travellers high-speed connection between central and East London and Kent and the Southeast. The station is situated next to popular destinations including 2012 Olympic Park and Westfield Stratford City.

Stratford International

Swansea BID

Official Globe Partner

Swansea City Association Football is a Welsh professional football club based in Swansea, Wales, that plays in the Championship, the second tier of English Football. The club was founded in 1912 as Swansea Town and joined the Football League in 1921. The club changed their name in 1969, when they adopted the name Swansea City to reflect Swansea’s new status as a city.

Swansea City AFC

Official Globe Partner

Swansea University

Official Globe Partner

TransUnion is a global information and insights company that makes trust possible in the modern economy. We do this by providing an actionable picture of each person so they can be reliably represented in the marketplace. As a result, businesses and consumers can transact with confidence and achieve great things. We call this Information for Good.® A leading presence in more than 30 countries across five continents, TransUnion provides solutions that help create economic opportunity, great experiences and personal empowerment for hundreds of millions of people.

TransUnion

Official Globe Partner

The U.S. Embassy in London supports robust U.S.-UK transatlantic partnerships through education, exchange, and cultural programming.

U.S. Embassy London

Official Globe Partner

Universal

Official Globe Partner

The University of Bristol is ranked within the top 10 universities in the UK and 61st in the world (QS World University Rankings 2022); it is also ranked among the top five institutions in the UK for its research, according to analysis of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021; and is the 3rd most targeted university by top UK employers.

 

The University was founded in 1876 and was granted its Royal Charter in 1909. It was the first university in England to admit women on the same basis as men.

 

The University is a major force in the economic, social and cultural life of Bristol and the region, but is also a significant player on the world stage. It has over 20,000 undergraduates and over 7,000 postgraduate students from more than 150 countries, and its research links span the globe.

University of Bristol

Official Globe Partner

The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) is focused on solving future global challenges through outstanding learning, world-leading research and a culture of enterprise. UWE Bristol plays pivotal role in the regional economy, with approximately 36,000 students, strong industry networks, and connections with over 1,000 employers. With over £300 million invested in infrastructure, buildings and facilities across all Campuses, UWE Bristol is creating a place for learning that is innovative, ambitious, connected and inclusive.

UWE Bristol

Official Globe Partner

University of Wales Trinity St David

Official Globe Partner

Vastint UK is a real estate organisation that creates large-scale mixed-use neighbourhoods that balance working, living and leisure, adding long-term value to local communities. Vastint has been active in the UK since 2010 with schemes in London (Sugar House Island), Leeds (Aire Park) and Cardiff. Community and commercial interests are at the heart of Vastint’s developments, inspired by how people enjoy working and living in the modern world.

Vastint UK

Official Globe Partner

UK Trail Map Partner

Kick It Out exist to put an end to all forms of discrimination within sports.

Kick It Out

UK Trail Map Partner

Delivery Partner

Bonhams

Auction Partner

London Chamber of Commerce & Industry

London Corporate Engagement Partner

Nocturnal Cloud

Digital Partner

Trucklink EU are palletised freight distribution specialists. We are a proud shareholder member of the Pall-Ex Group, the no. 1 network for quality.

 

Based in the heart of the UK, quality, performance, professional commitment and partnership are at the heart of Trucklink’s operations.

 

We offer efficient and competitive local, national, and international logistics services and work hard to provide a reliable and flexible solution for transporting all kinds of shipments. Our approach is refreshing, responsible, conscientious and ambitious. We achieve our highest levels of service by selecting the very best logistics partners; approaching all service-users as stakeholders and highly valued partners in our own business.

trucklink.eu

Official Globe Partner

Wild In Art

Official Globe Partner

Artist Studios

Hackney Bridge

Official Globe Partner

Hammerson

Official Globe Partner

Merrion Centre

Official Globe Partner

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