Working together for over a decade, we have built businesses across a range of sectors including Property, Hospitality and e-commerce, along with working together as a consultancy duo bringing a unique multi-skilled offering to a variety of companies including eBay, Monitise & Governments.
Building businesses together from a young age and also working together as couple has given us a breadth of knowledge and skills which we have spent years refining and transferring into global markets, working with teams across a wide spectrum of backgrounds.
From Bangladesh to Seattle we work with both developed and developing teams combining our agile 'start up - no bulls*it anything can work' approach with existing corporate formats to restructure teams and businesses for growth and sustainability.
An entrepreneur from just 9, Tim started his first business building and fixing computers long before everyone had apple support.
From here it was ‘Tim’s Tuck’ shop at school and by the age of 17 he had landed himself a job in the city with Swiss-re their youngest ever employee, he spent several years fast-tracking his way up the corporate ladder before the entrepreneurial drum started beating again.
Now leading the company as Chief Energizing Officer, his corporate and technical background combined with calculated risk-taking spirit compliments the duo perfectly.
opportunity is everywhere
“As with everything derived from supply and demand, where there is a need for a service, there is opportunity.”
- Francesca Armstrong : The Dhaka Tribune
Chief Operating Officer of Connoco Group and a number of other businesses, Francesca and her partner started their first business from their bedroom age 21.
Across her 10-year journey from former international model to self-made woman, she has employed team members across Europe, USA and Asia.
No stranger to the hard work that comes with start-ups and running your own business, they now operate in over five countries across the globe.
Francesca has started training programs across Bangladesh and other developing countries empowering young people and women, bringing them out of poverty through education and the ever-changing world of work the online doors have opened.
Writing about women in business, with her words featured in many global publications from; The Guardian (UK) to the Dhaka Tribune (Bangladesh).