Three people and two dogs disappear into the Brecon Beacons to live off-grid and create a new business defined by purpose not process. The first Catseye campfire is lit and stories shared.
In March, Catseye is launched in London and starts to trade with key client accounts in London and Zurich. Many thanks to friends for ‘launch support’ and referrals for those early pieces of work.
Our purpose and core values are refined on a boat in the Norfolk Broads. A few fish are also caught and only the dogs went swimming.
Client portfolio now includes a big four professional services firm, one of the biggest global banks, an e-commerce world leader, FTSE 100 Oil & Gas, international law firms, and some disruptors. Things are starting to get seriously busy.
Time out in Chamonix gives us the chance to consolidate our approach to working with clients and create our own consulting model. An admin hub is set up on an old American airbase in Suffolk.
Increased business development activities lead to more client wins, largely in London, including: a major insurer, a Californian tech business, and a leading UK charity. Bring it on!
More projects need more resources so careful attention is paid to the expansion of our associate network – the right people with the right values, and all the right legal stuff in place.
New website is launched to better reflect our capabilities as we grow our Intellectual Property and extend our reach into more organisations. Clay-pigeon shooting becomes an important part of our quarterly meetings.