Case Studies

Recent clients include:



Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult

Claire joined our project as additional resource part way through and provided enthusiasm and energy in the role. She led the project to successful completion, co-ordinating a large number of external parties through workshops and follow-up sessions and preparing large section of the final report. I would wholeheartedly recommend her work. Miriam Noonan – Analysis & Insights Manager, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult


Leask Marine

Brief: To establish an office in Wales and promote Leask Marine’s services.


  • Office established as part of MEW marine renewable’s hub.
  • Co-ordinated revision of printed marketing materials.
  • Represented Leask Marine on Welsh Government stand at major events.
  • Monitored portals for tender opportunities.
  • Conducted market research to generate leads.

Outcome: Contributed to Leask Marine are the recognised experts for deployments within Wales.



Marine Energy Wales

Brief: To support in growing the region’s opportunities for establishing a marine renewables industry.


  • Support in funding applications (local and national) for Marine Equipment Testing Areas.
  • Representation at international events.
  • Assistance with annual Seminar.
  • Participation in Supply Chain work.

Outcome: Contributed to Marine Energy Wales securing £1.9 million funding to create a META in the Milford Haven waterway.



Port of Milford Haven

Brief: To provide Business Development consultancy to the Port over an 18-month contracted period.


  • Provided Feasibility Studies in support of onward successful funding applications (£300k secured).
  • Provided market research and assessments into future markets and opportunities (ranging across multiple sectors).
  • Supported in provision of information on potential markets and client leads.
  • Provided a resource for short turn around information collation for funding applications.

Outcome: Contributed to documentation resulting in securing funding for Pembroke Dock Marine infrastructure plans, via Swansea Bay City Deal; provided information that impacted on future market strategic decision making.




Support in pulling together a grant funded proposal for a Safety Campaign for Fishermen.





Brief: To provide a report highlighting ways to optimise ferry operational procedures at Holyhead terminal.


  • Desk study against infrastructure plans and staff rosters; examined against turnaround figures.
  • Site assessment, utilising a method of visual and experiential research and employee interviews; measured against actual timings.
  • Report into findings, with full recommendations and optional presentation.

Outcome: Stenaline were able to utilise the recommendations to implement changes that led to more productive service delivery.



The Recruiter Group

6 months support to Director raising the profile of the organisation within Wales.