Our Clients


  • What our clients have said …
  • Client rostrum includes

What our clients have said …

Zymurgy Publishing

“Zymurgy Publishing needed an organisation with appropriate skills, experience, contacts and enthusiasm to manage an author speaking tour. Mia and the Well Placed Consultancy are that organisation, they have worked closely and successfully to plan an auspicious set of events.”

Youth Charter for Sports and The Arts

“Well Placed Consultancy has assisted the Youth Charter for Sport, Culture and the Arts (YCSCA) over the last two years.  Providing a wide range of diverse skills, knowledge and areas of expertise in developing social inclusion projects and programmes in relation to young people and communities of disadvantage.  Well Placed Consultancy’s strengths lie in providing a unique blend of professionalism together with a human touch.”

Wandsworth Children Information Services

“Well Placed Consultancy has worked with Wandsworth Children’s Information Service on Outreach and Recruitment activities for the past 18 months. The Consultancy has provided a professional and innovative service enabling us to consult widely with all communities on childcare initiatives. Their work on the recruitment campaign has been enhanced by Well Placed’s original approach in working with parents and community groups.”

Windrush Foundation

“Having to depart so swiftly to the Caribbean, I was well reassured that the event will be carefully managed by your team.”

Norwood Secondary School, Lambeth

“Despite our heating breaking down the day before, you were able to stimulate and encourage the young people . Many thanks for a superb Industry Day.”

St Martin’s-in-the-Fields High School

I would like to begin by saying another thank you to you for giving up your time to meet our Year 10 pupils and making by Work Experience Preparation Day at St Martin’s a success.

I am sure that your stimulating input will not only leave a lasting impression upon our students but also enable them to apprehend and deal with some of hte complex problems they will undoubtedly face in the real world or work.

Isabelle Bajer Year 10 Director St Martin’s in the fields High School for Girls Tulse Hill Lambeth – program now in its 4th Year Getting Wise to – First Impressions Count. regards

African Caribbean Science and Technology Network

“Thanks for the comprehensive proposal you sent me, giving a complete breakdown of the areas of work that we have identified together. I am so heartened and inspired to have made this link with a dynamic sister like yourself, and very much look forward to us working together to take forward the areas of work you have so comprehensively detailed in your proposal.”

Dr Lauren Roche, Author of Bent not Broken and Life on the Line

“Mia Morris and “Well Placed” perfectly combine professionalism, tight time management and a friendly, open working style. I recommend them highly to anyone looking to stage an event, or organise a smaller meeting.”

Helen Glyn Lillian and Baylis School Head of Food and Technology feedback on Caribbean Black Cake workshop and Pastrieis – a sample lesson

The thanks must come from me. It was a wonderful experience and one I hope we can repeat. I have emailed your details to all LBS teaching staff and explained what a wonderful contact with great connections you are so hope you don’t get too inundated. I also said how easy you made everything….trusting contact over email without needing meetings etc. Was so easy and made the whole thing positive instead of hassle. Thank you.

Well Placed Consultancy made the event very easy to organise at the school end which was appreciated by the staff. They were very accomodating, with a good staff/pupil ratio, reliable, punctual and aimed the course the correct level for the attending students. The manner of delivery was student appropriate and accessible by them. The consequence of this was a very enjoyable yet informative learning experience that students readily engaged in. I am hoping to be able to use the workshop and company again for other such events and masterclasses.

Scott Burns, London Nautical School

What an excellent afternoon we had at CLC on Wednesday! The pupils really enjoyed the event and found it very interesting. Thank you very much for organising this. Please let me know of any equally exciting events.

Thank you so much for the work you did with Year 10 on the Black Cake and other Caribbean delicacies. We would very much like to organise a similar event next year. Keep up the good work

Rosie Short Copland School

Thank you for a wonderful and inspiring sessions the teachers who attended plus my team got a lot of useful information and resource leads for work we wish to do in terms of Celebrating Black achievement

Nauren Kausar, Brent Professional Development Centre

This can often be a very cynical business so it was great to meet someone who is doing such wonderful work. I know our paths will cross again very soon and I will keep you updated on progress of the workshops we are proposing.

Tony Burnett Performance Through Inclusion.

Client rostrum includes

Access to Medicine – Extended Degree Program Kings College Medical School WPC creaters of the Rising Stars in Medicine Program working across 11 boroughs and 139 secondary school

London Borough of Islington Social Inclusion and Ethnic Minority Achievement Services BHM Program in Schools and the Community Program BHM 2004

Telegraph Hill Community Centre – Sunday Best workshops for Minority Ethnic Elders

Hackney Education Business Partnership – Cross curricular interactive motivational workshops 14-19 years old

Youth Aid – WPC Fundraisers and Event organisers for Caribbean Cake Exhibtion and Ball plus taster workshops in schools funded by tne Heritage ‘ Young Roolts Project’.

Newham College – BHM and IWM interactive workshops for students

Business Support Officers Children’s Information Service Harrow, Brent, Ealing, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Hammersmith and Fulham – Conference consultant

West Mercia Police Constabulary – Performance Through Inclusion


  • Age Exchange
  • West Indian Cultural Centre Bedford
  • Geoffrey Chaucer School
  • Norwood Secondary School
  • Youth Charter for Sports and The Arts
  • St Martin’s-in-the-Fields High School
  • Graveney School
  • Lambeth Education Business Partnership
  • St Martin’s Community Centre After School Club
  • National Newpin
  • Copland School Community School and Technology Centre
  • Brent Professional Development Centre


  • African Caribbean Science and Technology Network
  • London Borough of Wandsworth Children Information Services
  • CfBT Education Services – Centre for British Teachers
  • SI Martin
  • BT Ethnic Minority Network
  • Lloyds/TSB GEM Network

Event Management

  • International Black Filmmaker’s Festival
  • Windrush Foundation
  • Museum of London
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Museum of Black Heritage
  • Home Office Network
  • Employment Services
  • Raindance Children’s Film Festival
  • Zymurgy Publishers Dr Lauren Roche