A message from our Managing Partner, PhilBy Phil Lindsay
Where do we begin – you probably don’t need another recap of the year that just was! Perhaps like me, you’re just grateful to have made it out the other side of 2020. And possibly a little perturbed that 2021 has a Groundhog Day feel about it…
So, let's keep this positive.
I’d like to start by talking about relationships. From working as a team to working with you, we saw ours grow stronger than ever in 2020, amidst all the stresses and strains of WFH. Last year was about trust – as well as the ability to be honest, vulnerable, and make each other laugh when times were tough.
As we’ve all learned this year – perhaps the hard way! – flexibility is crucial. We’ve learned that, as a business, we must create flexibility where it may not have been before. That’s how we’ve found innovative ways to help you solve problems in your sector. Whether it’s the challenge of mass participation fundraising in socially distanced times, retaining members in an economic downturn, keeping students engaged when they’re studying remotely or even responding to the surge in Will-writing – we’ve been here for it all.
And it’s really produced some of Consider’s best work. Like our full-scope legacy campaign for Shelter which, after we produced a new proposition and materials for print and online, achieved an amazing 50:1 ROI.
And so, I want to say a huge thank you to you for sticking with Consider through thick and thin. We’re still here because you continue to bring us interesting and challenging briefs which we love to work on. And I know I can speak for the rest of the team when I say we’re ready to rise together to whatever 2021 has in store.
Take care and speak soon,
Managing Partner at Consider
Phil LindsayCo-founder & Managing Partner
Phil is responsible for the overall operational and financial efficiency of Consider. Originally our Technical Director, Phil now looks after our amazing team, keeps a keen eye on our finances, and is helping develop the structure and tools we need to grow. You can read Phil's latest thinking on our blog.