Great ideas improve society. We want to use our marketing powers to help purpose-driven organisations grow and succeed.
As a small team with big experience, we offer a bespoke approach to communications that’s flexible, affordable, and always jargon-free.
Founder and Project Lead
Ella's experience and enthusiasm is in delivering projects that drive social and environmental change. She's responsible for client and partner relationships and managing workflow across all Good Beans' projects.
Ella holds a BA Hons in Social and Cultural Studies and was previously a Director at Shift, a social product design agency, where she was named one of Nesta and The Observer's 50 New Radicals. She’s a founder of Historypin, has taught English in Bolivia, taken a 12 meter long recycling eating dragon to T in the Park Festival and set up the healthy fast food network, Box Chicken, as featured on The One Show.
Founder and Marketing Lead
Claire is our marketing lead, devising strategies for clients that make a real impact. Her approach is both analytical and creative, and she enjoys finding innovative ways to tell stories that inspire change.
Claire studied Environmental Science and has over ten years' communications experience for corporates and the third sector. She holds a CIM diploma in Digital Marketing, and is an accomplished copywriter and editor. You can find her writing on insects on the Natural History Museum website, and she even presented rather awkward science YouTube videos :s
Kate is passionate about creating beautiful, functional designs that resonate with the target audience. She has over a decade of experience working with big brands and small start ups, as well as charities and social enterprises. Her specialism is in branding, digital advertising and data visualisation.
Kate’s vast knowledge spans print, digital, UX and UI design and she delivers all Good Beans’ design projects.
Louise has many years of experience working on marketing projects, fundraising campaigns and events for clients in the creative and charity sectors.
She is based primarily in Cornwall and is also setting up her own social enterprise initiative there, 100 Days, which is a vehicle for mass participation charity fundraising that also supports individual health, wellbeing and environmental responsibility .