The Colour Works was proud to support GRS Roadstone in its bid to raise £100k for the Matt Hampson Foundation‘s “Get Busy Living” project. Initially invited by Phil Jesson and his Business Pulse consultancy to contribute to his leadership development programme at GRS Roadstone, during which the fundraising target was agreed as a stretch goal, Giles was invited to attend the £375-a-ticket fundraising dinner hosted by James Corden in London on 15th October.

“The GRS team’s learning from Giles’ magical workshop was instrumental in getting the team to up their game and achieve all they have”, said Phil.  “The evening was a runaway success and raised over £140k in cash and £60k more in gifts in kind.  Brilliant!”

Congratulations GRS – top job.

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