As one of the UK’s leading economic consultancies we work across a wide range of sectors, doing work that has substantial impact on people, places and the environment. We want to help clients make a positive change which means supporting environmentally and socially responsible solutions.
Our social commitment starts from within the company. We value our employees and are committed to providing a supportive and friendly work environment where talented people are stimulated to realise their full potential. We listen to and support each other.
In our 2016 employee survey our whole team described the Regeneris culture as friendly and supportive. Doing the right thing for our employees enables them to do remarkable work for our clients. We offer all employees flexible working, great opportunities for training and development, competitive salaries, and social events including our annual company away day abroad.
Every year we give something back by supporting a charitable organisation. In 2016, we raised almost £8,000 pounds for Maggie’s cancer charity through various activities including a bake sale, a charity raffle event, a bike race and The Yorkshire Three Peak’s Challenge.
Regeneris is committed to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of employees and people in the communities we work in. Therefore we are delighted to announce that Manchester charity 42nd Street is our Charity of the Year 2017.
42nd Street is a young people’s mental health charity with more than 36 years’ experience of providing free and confidential services to young people who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Throughout 2017 the Regeneris team will be raising money for 42nd Street through sport activities, bake sales and other events. You can follow our efforts here on our website or on our Twitter page or LinkedIn.
Regeneris Consulting has worked alongside Pro Bono Economics for the last 12 months. In this time both the London and Manchester offices have engaged with two worthwhile charities; Action for Refugees in Lewisham (AFRIL) and Street Soccer Academy. Both charities were seeking advice and guidance on how to best capture the social and economic value from their great work. We want to help both charities be able to evaluate the work they do and robustly demonstrate their social and economic value.
Regeneris is currently working on a new project in partnership with Pro Bono Economics and Walking With The Wounded. The project will be focussed on the ‘Home Straight Programme’, which provides homeless ex-forces people in temporary accommodation with support and guidance in order to move back into sustainable employment and regain their independence. The work will involve helping Walking With The Wounded measure its successes to date, to establish the economic value of the programme (e.g. costs saved through benefits or other associated costs, by supporting individuals into paid employment and out of the homeless residences).
“I’ve really enjoyed working with Pro Bono Economics and Street Soccer Academy, and gained a lot from the experience. I used my skills as an economist in a new environment and learnt a lot about the ways in which sport can be used as a powerful mechanism to deliver economic change. I have passed on my insights to others within Regeneris. PBE provides a fantastic opportunity for economists to develop their skills and I would encourage others to get involved”
– Gemal Mekki, Consultant
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