Wins boost nascent consultancy dedicated to inspiring change
Marketing consultancy The Enrich List, dedicated to promoting and inspiring change has reported a series of new wins within existing sector specialisms, further strengthening its portfolio in health & wellness, community, charity, ethics and green economy ranks respectively.
Within the health and community sector, the Mathew Street-based outfit has been awarded projects across the North West with organisations including Liverpool Health Partners, a partnership between the University of Liverpool, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and a network of hospitals and specialist trusts across Merseyside and Cheshire.
In addition, health studio Primal Health Fitness is using The Enrich List to promote its unique functional medicine offer, gathered from some of the leading coaches in the industry worldwide.
And Climbing Hangar has recruited The Enrich List to heighten awareness of what is one of the biggest urban, indoor bouldering centres in the UK.
Within the charity sector, local charity Mencap Liverpool has also hired The Enrich List to help drive its Open Door campaign, a 12 week peer led support programme for young people aged between 14 & 24 with a learning disability and/or on the autistic spectrum.
And one of the UK’s most innovative cooperatives Ethecol, has enlisted the help of The Enrich List to profile the success of its ethical alternative for businesses when accepting card payments (chip & pin/online). To date, more than 500,000 charitable donations have been made to a wide range of good causes at no extra cost to the business user or their customers.
Finally, Liverpool John Moores University has engaged The Enrich List to publicise its work within the Low Carbon Economy via its ERDF’s Low Carbon Innovation Hub.
Joel Jelen, founder and lead consultant on The Enrich List said:
“From baby steps, we’re seeing some very encouraging traction from what are rapidly growing businesses and organisations, especially within health & wellness and the green economy.”