Celebrating 10 years of Hopscotch Consulting

It’s been a whirlwind ten years for Hopscotch Consulting. Born out of a conversation between our co-founders, Hopscotch began its journey creating ground-breaking campaigns for clients wanting to drive change through education and reach an audience of young people. 

We launched our celebrations with a brand new logo, as seen at the top of this blog, highlighting our 10 years of creating purpose-driven and behaviour change programmes and celebrating the young people, families, communities, employees and customers we have helped inspire. 

The Hopscotch team have shared some of their favourite memories and standout projects they have loved working on…

"A standout moment for me over the years was how much we achieved with John Lewis and Partners and their Bringing Skills to Life programme. An amazing client, always putting the children at the heart of the project. Nothing made me prouder of Hopscotch than the delight on the children's faces when seeing their portraits in the windows of the flagship store in London!"

- Julie Noble, Co-founder of Hopscotch Consulting 

"Hopscotch were thrilled to win the Co-op as their first client. We were appointed to work with their Social Impact team to create a new strategy for all their education projects across their various businesses. We created a new holistic sustainability programme, suitably named Green Schools Revolution, working with schools and local communities. This social impact programme, delivered on Co-op’s values and beliefs and enabled Hopscotch to deliver change though Education."

- Sam Mercer, Co-founder of Hopscotch Consulting

"Winning the THINK! Child & Teen education pitch was a massive Hopscotch highlight for me. To work on such an iconic campaign, and update it for a Gen Z audience, meant running co-creation workshops for students aged five through to FE. For those young people to then feature in the films and resources we created felt like we’d really put the audience at the heart of a vital behaviour change campaign."

- Tiffany Barwick, Deputy Managing Director, Hopscotch Consulting

As a relative newcomer to Hopscotch, Marcus, our Managing Director, looks to the future and what the next 10 years have in store for Hopscotch…

"The next 10 years looks really interesting for Hopscotch. The global health crisis has highlighted how vital education is to all aspects of young people’s wellbeing. It’s never been a better time for government, brands and charities to work together on innovative programmes that help everyone realise their full potential and drive real social impact - something we’re extremely passionate about!"

- Marcus Hernon, Managing Director, Hopscotch Consulting

Thank you very much to all our brilliant clients and the amazing team at Hopscotch for making the last 10 years so special. Keep an eye out on our social feeds as we share some more throwbacks and highlights. We can’t wait for the next 10!

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About the author

Georgia Shiels

Georgia began her career in marketing while racing competitively in motorsport where she then gained her degree in automotive engineering. Georgia’s passion for encouraging young girls into STEM subjects grew from here. She volunteered as a STEM ambassador and she brings her STEM passion alongside many years of marketing and comms experience to her work at Hopscotch.

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