Back to school

The start of a new school year is a milestone in itself. But it can mark other milestones too. It might be the time when you consider giving your child access to a device. Whether that means allowing younger children an hour a day on the family tablet or sending older kids off to secondary … more »

O2 supports #iwillpledge day

As part of National Volunteer’s Week, O2 is celebrating their pledge to the #iwill campaign to increase opportunities for young people to make a difference in their communities through campaigning, fundraising or volunteering. O2 have pledged #iwill to support this growing movement to make youth social action a part of life for more 10-20 year-olds … more »

The Think Big Blueprint- The Journey So Far

BEING MORE THAN THE SUM OF OUR PARTS I am proud to report on the close-out of Telefónica UK’s first public sustainability plan ̶  the Think Big Blueprint  ̶  which set O2 on a path towards three stretching and time-bound goals between the years 2012 and 2015. The results are in. We’ve met or exceeded … more »

Think Big with Responsible Business Week

It’s Responsible Business Week. O2 is a firm believer that as a business we should operate in a responsible and sustainable way, because it’s the right thing to do for both people and our planet. One of the ways we do this is by providing funding and support to young people with great ideas that … more »

Gig Review: Newton Faulkner at O2 Academy Oxford

“Author: Georgina Quach Gig: Newton Faulkner Venue: O2 Academy Oxford Date: 13th April 2016” “Dance competitions, audience sing-alongs, harmless sophisticated banter and all round positive vibes are just some of the reasons why Newton Faulkner’s gigs are fun, uplifting and sure to put a smile on your face. I can’t imagine a better way to … more »

Celebrating Women this International Women's Day 2016

Today, Tuesday 8 March, marks International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. With the World Economic Forum predicting in 2014 that it would take until 2095 to achieve global gender parity, it is clear we still have a lot of progress to make. Recognising the important … more »