Our projects span different levels of society: individuals, communities, organisations and businesses, policymakers and government. Six service themes unite our varied projects and reflect our areas of expertise:
Havingin a time before prevention was viewed as important, we know quite a lot about health and wellness. Connected, known and trusted, we are the people multi-sector organisations turn to when they need critical, impartial advice about health and prevention.
We support organisations to understand key health issues to inform their strategic priorities. We’ve provided strategy consulting to businesses (e.g., PepsiCo, Novo Nordisk A/S, Nestlé, People Plus), foundations (e.g., the Health Foundation), government (e.g., London Boroughs of Camden and Wandsworth, EU, World Health Organization) and charities (e.g., DiabetesUK).
Not even erupting volcanoes can stop us from organising dynamic events that bring together the right people to answer complex health problems. We utilise our connections to convene multi-sector experts for problem-solving and vibrant networking.
Having arranged dozens of events ranging from intimate groups to 200+ participants, we’ve seen and overcome many of the challenges that occur when trying to bring groups of people together (although nothing has compared to the successful global meeting in Delhi, India, that we ran despite many of the organisers and delegates being stranded half way round the world due to an erupting Icelandic volcano!).
Our writing portfolio includes published journal articles, workshop reports, rapid reviews, scoping exercises, books and case studies. We’ve written for organisations such as Novo Nordisk A/S, the Health Foundation, PepsiCo, The Framework Convention Alliance, and the World Health Organization.
Many organisations are worried that their health programme won’t be beneficial or have adequate return on investment (ROI). We have specialised staff who will guide programmes in establishing appropriate evaluation measures to determine the impact of health initiatives over time.
C3 are offering a new evaluation service. We offer a bespoke service tailored to the needs of your organisation. You’ll work with Professor Andy Jones – a globally leading public health academic with decades of experience working with third sector and local government organisations. We demystify the evaluation process, introducing straightforward yet impactful approaches, upskilling your staff, and saving you time and money by reducing your long-term reliance on external evaluation consultants.
C3 has developed a series of evidence-based workshops, applying our knowledge and expertise in disease prevention by addressing diet. These workshops increase knowledge and awareness of the impact of food on health, unpick health behaviours and explores how to make small, sustainable changes towards improved wellbeing. These workshops will be delivered by a nutritionist and physiotherapist and are designed to cater for small and medium organisations. They can be delivered online or in-person and can be adapted to fit the organisation including in terms of budget. Learn more!
Leveraging our diverse of over 3,000 leaders and experts in 85+ countries, we are the people to go to when you need to find a specific project partner or advisor. We are skilled at linking previously disconnected multi-sector organisations and providing a safe space for groups (who may not have worked together before) to meet for constructive dialogue about prevention and health.