We link future leaders from the communications industry with social initiatives around the world and provide a platform for the creation of campaigns and strategies that impact organisations, their beneficiaries and local communities.
We love that every professional comes away from our programme seeing the true potential in their abilities, knowing they have made a real difference and feeling proud of their profession and the skills they have worked so hard to develop.
Since 2007 we have been developing conscious leaders who are shaping the future of the communications industry and helping to find revolutionary solutions to some of the world’s most intractable problems.
Our goal: To change the world, one brief at a time.
We’d love for you to get involved. Keep reading to find out how.
“For WPP there are many advantages: we are able to continue our investment in talented employees while improving their understanding of the global economy and developing markets; we are better placed to advise clients on corporate social responsibility; but most of all as a Group we are able to use our expertise for the benefit of society. I’m very excited by the possibilities.”
Marketing Fellowship Director
“TIE was one of the most enjoyable – and intense – learning experiences I have ever had. I learned things that I never expected to, things that I can already feel making a real difference to my day job now I’m back. Nothing about the experience disappointed!”
Global Neuroscience Practice Director
“The marketing help from TIE has been invaluable. One of our main products, The Maeve stove, which the launch campaign was organized with help from TIE, had sold 500 stoves up to the launch. Last year alone (the year after the event) Maeve sold 10,000 stoves and this year they are expected to reach close to 50,000 households.”
Claire is going to Ethiopia in June to work with The School of St Yared. Watch this space!
Haywood is coming to Rio de Janeiro in May to work with Promundo. Stay tuned!
I spent a month promoting a culture of greater forgiveness in Malawi, specifically towards children who have previously been convicted of criminal activity who are returning to their communities.
I helped to build a three-year plan for the Golden Baobab that will ensure millions of
African children will get the books they deserve.
I spent a month working in Cabo to help the youth forum group of Cabo establish an identity
and strategy in order to engage a wider youth audience about their political rights.