What people are saying about us
Tomorrow’s Company has been setting the agenda on corporate sustainability for over 15 years and it has been a powerful influence on the thinking and practice of companies and their investors. I keep coming across examples of its impact wherever I go and it is so impressive that such a small organisation has such a large effect, especially in the way it has defined the agenda for responsible business.
Colin Melvin, CEO, Hermes EOS
Corporations are creatures of men and they are susceptible to human direction. The Centre for Tomorrow’s Company are world leaders in articulating specific policies and programmes to assure corporate functioning on a human scale."
Robert Monks, Founder, Ram Trust
Tomorrow’s Company is five years ahead of the pack in looking at what is needed in governance terms to make British companies sustainable wealth creators."
Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard, Business and Financial Commentator
"The work of Tomorrow’s Company has played an important part in demonstrating to companies how an inclusive approach to business can improve competitiveness which is vital if business is to continue its fundamental role in creating the wealth on which our society depends."
John Neill CBE, Group Chief Executive, Unipart Group of Companies
The initiatives and ideas developed by Tomorrow’s Company have had a significant influence on the direction of corporate governance and stewardship in recent years. I am in no doubt about the merits of market capitalism. But recent events make it essential that we revisit and strengthen its foundations."
David Tyler, Chairman, J Sainsbury and Chairman, Logica
The true measure of Tomorrow’s Company’s achievement has been that so many of those achievements are now taken for granted. There is general acceptance of the need to look at sustainability, medium to long-term results, the wider responsibilities of companies, building trust, and the duty of the institutions to engage with companies on behalf of those whose money they are investing."
Sir Adrian Cadbury
Under-pinned by the courage to raise and air difficult issues, Tomorrow’s Company is a unique combination of think-tank and conscience. Its events attract a distinguished audience, because all views are respected. The atmosphere encourages open debate, which matters in a world where so many rail against group-think incorporates, but don’t know what to do about it. Tomorrow’s Company elicits the challenge and spontaneity that can only come from individuals, who return to influence and steer their company in a more rounded and human way."
Lady Susan Rice CBE, Managing Director, Lloyds Banking Group
Camelot has been working with Tomorrow’s Company since 1999. During this time I have been very impressed with their visionary and innovative thinking. The team has been supportive and understanding of Camelot’s business which has made their advice invaluable."
Dianne Thompson CBE, Chief Executive, Camelot