Author Archives: Kerry North

About Kerry North

Kerry is Community Manager in the Think Big team here at O2, having previously worked as Corporate Responsibility Manager in the team. She manages two main youth programmes - Think Big Youth and GoThinkBig, as well as many smaller initiatives. Her proudest moments in the team include winning a BITC Big Tick for the Think Big Youth programme, and delivering our 2012 Sustainability Report which came 4th for the innovation award in the global CRRA Awards. When not working for O2, she is usually found walking her dog.

Young Digital Leaders who start small and Think Big

The Digital Leaders 2017 DL100 was released today recognising individuals and organisations who demonstrate a pioneering and sustainable approach to digital transformation.  And I am so proud to see that two of O2’s Think Big project leaders are recognised as finalists in the Mobile Innovation of the Year category. Huge congratulations to both Claudine and … more »

Be More_Digital with Think Big and Young Rewired State

Think Big have a new partnership to help young people develop their digital skills – helping them participate in social action, boost their employability and stimulate their entrepreneurial spirit. Young Rewired State are really excited to be partnering with O2 Think Big this year to get all the young participants in the program excited about … more »

O2 launches social action crowdfunding platform

Did you know that O2 supports 5476 big ideas through our Think Big programme up and down the country? Through Think Big we offer young people a grant of £300 to help kick-start their ideas and run projects which grow and benefit their local communities. Those that are successful receive further funding of up to … more »

A fresh twist on our annual sustainability report

It’s that time of year when we are pulling together our annual sustainability report – a transparent summary of our activities, performance and challenges for last year. A task which can make some corporate responsibility professionals groan when faced with the prospect of collecting and assuring data to accompany a roundup of the year’s activities, … more »