Past Seeing is Believing visits

By 1990 HRH The Prince of Wales had personally led 550 business leaders on visits into communities - this led to the creation of the Prince’s Seeing is Believing programme.

2014 programme

In 2014, we held 17 Seeing is Believing visits across the country with more than 250 participating senior business leaders.

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Case studies

Read our case studies about Seeing is Believing and how the programme has driven transformative change within communities and business.  

Read more in our archive of visit reports below.

 

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Through its Love Every Drop strategy, the regional water business has a plan that will see it achieve net carbon neutrality by the middle of the century.

Published: July 2017
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Landmarc Support Services has been employing ex-service personnel since the company was founded in 2003.

Published: December 2017

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...

Published: July 2017
2017 Responsible Business of the Year winner planter

Rural African communities continue to benefit from SunnyMoney’s unique model that brings clean and affordable light to the masses, helping to eradicate dirty kerosene lamps once and for all.

Published: July 2017
2017 Responsible Business of the Year winner planter

What if we could harness people’s intellectual capital, instead of replacing them with automation?

Published: July 2017
2017 Responsible Business of the Year winner planter

Esh Group offers free toolkits for local schools to stimulate interest in STEM among girls – and safeguard its industry against skills shortages in the future.

Published: July 2017
2017 Responsible Business of the Year winner planter

Why Cisco spends $3.5m a year to maintain a dedicated disaster relief team

Published: July 2017
2017 Responsible Business of the Year winner planter

Dragon LNG has taken community engagement to another level by servicing the real education needs of young people across Pembrokeshire.

Published: July 2017
2017 Responsible Business of the Year winner planter

Bands getting lost at music venues. That was the initial frustration for what3words founder Chris Sheldrick, who organised live music events all over the world.

Published: July 2017
2017 Responsible Business of the Year winner planter

Barclays’ opens door for older-generation to make the most of apprenticeships

Published: July 2017

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In episode four of The Lens, Oli Barrett speaks to Dame Vivian Hunt, Managing Partner at McKinsey and UCL masters student and Limitless founder Ivan Beckley. Read more
Updated: January 2018

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