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How working with pioneers in children’s sport and wellbeing gave rise to a groundbreaking movement to change the game for young people.
Inspired by what pathologists see looking through their microscopes, we brought to life the urgent need and purpose behind their vocation.
A series of films exploring the enduring relationship between people and nature and how they've shaped the South Downs National Park.
What’s needed to reenergise a global effort around an issue people think is old news?
Money is neutral. It’s what you do with it that counts. Our challenge was to help bring to life the possibilities of wealth when it’s invested for good.
On a journey to find what mattered most to a charity and its community of engineers, we discovered how it could solve the problem of a whole sector.
A chance encounter while working in Shrewsbury led us to meeting Shropshire Partners in Care (SPiC), a network for care providers that was facing a major challenge in supporting its members.
It’s time for young women across the world to take back their decision-making power. Whether that means choosing to have sex or simply accessing the sexual and reproductive healthcare they need. Without discrimination.
A clean, natural brand for a new ethical cosmetics retailer. One that delivers an important message about the sustainability of the beauty industry.
The NHS has a major role to play in sustainability. Here's how we brought to life the impact that the award-winning Care Without Carbon approach is having at Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust.
We believe in building brands with purpose. We try to bring that lens to every project we tackle, big or small. True purpose matters, to everyone we work with.
How do young people feel about sports?
When Sport England went about answering that question, it was more complex than you might expect.
We all have the right to safer sexual experiences, healthier relationships and the freedom to express our sexuality. Have You Seen My Rights?
Telling the stories of those for whom this summer could be the last
From how to wash your hands correctly to where to dispose of rubbish, NHS staff are bombarded by messages, rules and advice every day.
Every year, World Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Day brings together the global MS community to share stories, raise awareness and campaign for change. Its organisers, the MS International Federation, needed a new website and a social media campaign for 2015, to inspire more people to take action.
There were two clear objectives with Diabetes Week 2012 – to raise awareness of the incredible research work funded by Diabetes UK and to raise funds to ensure more could be done.
International Association for the Study of Obesity were looking for a new way to define and position themselves - at the heart of tackling the global obesity epidemic, as an active organisation. We worked with them to rename as World Obesity and create a brand that is at once credible and approachable.
We created a brand that showed Oxleas to be a flexible, collaborative and innovative provider of healthcare that was focused on whole person care. The rebrand helped staff see that it was more than a logo, but a whole way of working as an organisation.
The 4 Ts campaign for Diabetes UK was so simple, and yet proved so effective, becoming their most successful campaign to date. More importantly, the campaign actually changed the way GPs assess and diagnose Type 1 diabetes.
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