RedRock Consulting promise donation at Collaborate
RedRock Consulting has, this week, announced plans to donate a generous finder’s fee to the Bristol Children’s Hospital charity - The Grand Appeal - at this year’s Collaborate Bristol.
Set to be held on June 29th at Bristol’s iconic Watershed, the specialist one-day design conference organised by strategic design agency Nomensa, Collaborate Bristol, will be returning for its fifth year this summer. As headline sponsors, RedRock Consulting is set to donate its placement fee for the first person placed in a role after the event – a minimum of £5,000 - with all proceeds going to The Grand Appeal.
The Bristol-based recruitment agency is on track to raise over £10,000 for the charity since selecting The Grand Appeal as its charity of choice in January 2018.
Dean Harte, co-founder and managing director at RedRock Consulting, said: “A huge number of people at RedRock live and work in Bristol. The Grand Appeal has a real impact on people’s lives - it’s a charity close to each of our hearts.
“Given the quality of the speakers and the global impact of the topics discussed at the Collaborate conference, this is the perfect chance to highlight the amazing work done by The Grand Appeal. The money we raise through our next placement will directly contribute to vital services and, ultimately, the welfare of the children treated at Bristol Children’s Hospital every day.”
Collaborate Bristol is set to host over 200 of the UK’s finest creatives to hear from a stellar line-up including Felicia Williams of Facebook, Sandra Gonzalez of Just Eat, Sarah Vodden of Innovate UK and more. Collaborate conference will certainly not be short of talented individuals, looking for new opportunities to collaborate and create within the UX, design and digital fields.
Simon Norris, CEO of Nomensa, said: “The support RedRock has given to Collaborate is greatly appreciated and this incredibly generous gesture is sure to make a significant difference to The Grand Appeal, a charity which is close to the hearts of many Bristolians.
“At Collaborate, we promote the idea of working together, sharing ideas and resources and this is another perfect example of that principle. We’re incredibly proud to see this happen at our event. I’m sure that there will be many individuals looking to make new connections and find new opportunities, helping to make this commitment a reality.”
For more information about Collaborate Bristol or to book your ticket, visit: https://2018.collaborateconf.com/