Business Connectors

Landmarc Support Services has been employing ex-service personnel since the company was founded in 2003.
Anglian Water, our 2017 Responsible Business of the Year, likes to think local but scale up programmes for far reaching impact. It achieves this by building long-term partnerships with communities, farmers, conservationists and its regulators; in turn the company is seen as a hub for collective action to tackle social issues. Read about how Anglian Water took a unique approach to Business Connectors to get hardwired into communities across the east of England.
Connectors and leaders from Fujitsu UK, Greggs, Lloyds and United Utilities show the benefits Business Connectors bring to the communities they work in, and the companies they're seconded from - including better community relations, understanding of markets and leadership development.
Findings from a Connecting Society event at which delegates discussed the disconnectedness in society highlighted by the European Union referendum, and what action business should take to tackle this.
Interim findings at the end of Year Two from our report into the culture change generated by Business Connectors on secondment into their communities with BITC.
Carillion have been one of the Business Connector programme’s most significant seconding organisations. Since joining the programme in 2011, they have seconded eight of their talented employees to work in local communities of greatest need in England.
Business Connectors bring skills, energy and passion into the community. In Scotland, they harness the expertise, energy and passion of business people to address local issues, share shared, build highly effective partnerships, nurture future leaders and transform communities.
Make sure your business benefits from the unique opportunity of seconding a Business Connector: building networks, gaining insight, creating value for communities and developing future leaders.
An experiential learning opportunity for Future Talent like no other...