Green Lions

Consultancy

GREEN LIONS CONSULTANCY

Green Lions offers strategy, investor and communications consultancy for a wide range of industries.

David Bond is the main consultant. He works with a small group of freelance consultants with wide-ranging skills and areas of expertise, for example Elisabeth Lawrence.

After graduating with a first in PPE from Oxford, David began his career in the city where he worked as an investment analyst.  He then spent four years as a professional actor on stage and on TV.  He has now developed successful parallel careers in strategic communication training and documentary filmmaking.  His wide interests bring a unique perspective to business challenges.

David has first-hand presentation experience in international media.  In 2010 he went on the run from the UK’s top Private Investigators to make his acclaimed feature documentary Erasing David. It was released theatrically in the UK, shown on Channel 4, and played in festivals and on TV worldwide.  His recent film Project Wild Thing is the real-life story of David’s determination to get his children outside and into the ultimate, free wonder-product: Nature. It played in over 120 cinemas in the UK and on TV in over 40 countries. The Wild Network, of which David is a founding Director and Trustee, is a movement inspired by the film. It counts over 3,000 organisations and 17,000 individuals as members.

David has fronted a live digest of major arts news on BBC Radio 3 and has been Master of Ceremonies for the BBC at the Festival of Remembrance at the Albert Hall (live on Radio 2 and BBC1).

Recent consulting clients include:
ABB
ArcelorMittal
Ben Elton
Bloomsbury Publishing
The British Army
Cancer Research UK
Cannongate Books
The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education
Credit Agricole
The Daily Express
The Durrell Wildlife Trust
ECI Capital Partners
European Research Council
Faber and Faber
Glyndebourne Opera
Goldman Sachs
Hachette
Harper Collins
HSBC
Just for Kids Law
KK Communications
Legal and General
Monica Vinader
Penguin Random House
The Probation Institute
Rathbones
Reuters
Rick Stein
Safe Ground
Schumacher College
Securitas
Sky TV
Slaughter and May
Sunday Times
The Wellcome Trust
Western Union
Youth Sport Trust