Case Studies

  • Contributor case study: Charles Joly – Head of Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility at the Bank of England

    The Bank of England was among the three founders of Heart of the City in 2000, along with the Lord Mayor and the FSA. The vision was for Heart of the City to encourage more businesses to take part in community and charitable activities by sharing best practice across organisations in the City – a … Continue reading Contributor case study: Charles Joly – Head of Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility at the Bank of England

  • 6 ways N-Able Group are building a happy workforce

    N-Able Group (incorporating ECD Architect and Keegans surveyors) care about the way they do business and have kept their employees, community, clients and social purpose at the heart of their business strategy and decision making. In this article, Anna Dewey, Associate Director, N-Able Group (Foundation Member 2018) shares with us how they’re creating a happy … Continue reading 6 ways N-Able Group are building a happy workforce

  • Member Spotlight – David Miller Architects

    David Miller Architects creates social value as architects through their design work, but also through the way they practice and their relationship with their community and the wider construction industry. 
    In this spotlight DMA talk about their work including encouraging and supporting young people from broad background into STEM subjects and more.

  • Member Spotlight – motive8

    Founded in 2000, motive8 began its life as a specialist personal training company. Today they are established market leaders in the design and installation of residential and corporate health and fitness facilities, aiming to ensure that everyone they work with leads an active and healthy lifestyle. motive8’s journey to Heart of the City As a … Continue reading Member Spotlight – motive8

  • Member Spotlight – T. Rowe Price

    T. Rowe Price is an asset management firm helping clients around the world achieve their long-term investment goals. With headquarters in Baltimore and operating in 16 countries, they employ over 6,700 people. With a well-established CSR programme and charitable foundation in the US, the firm was keen to explore how it could replicate some of this success in the UK and expand a responsible business strategy that encompasses overarching themes of assisting the elderly, financial education, youth development, and employment.

  • Diversity Recruitment Initiative

    Historically, the London legal profession has attracted lawyers from traditional educational backgrounds. These tend to be students from middle/upper class backgrounds who have attended Russell Group Universities.

  • Base Creative and the Work With Us programme

    Base Creative is a London based web design and online marketing agency. Their Work With Us programme was launched in 2005 and provides a pro-bono digital marketing service for one London-based charity each year. Base Creative decided to work with one charity per year to enable the charity to achieve as much as possible from the partnership. Each project is managed in the same way as work for paying clients and is run and managed to Base Creative’s high standards.

  • Sapphire Systems: 2012 Heart of the City Dragon Award winner

    Sapphire Systems is a Heart of the City 2010 Newcomer which is a global provider of financial accounting software and business management software solutions. The business’s Corporate Community Involvement programme was recently recognised at the Lord Mayor’s 25th Anniversary Dragon Awards, where they were awarded the Heart of the City Dragon Award.

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