SajeImpact Ltd offers a range of advice to Sports Bodies, NGBs, Social Enterprises and Faith Charities – making sure their strategies and communications are effective with the key stakeholders in their sector and bringing social transformation projects to life.
SajeImpact offers a unique and individually tailored service – making sure your work and your brand are recognised and trusted by those who matter. We connect you to the right people at the right time. We offer multiple tailored services in this sector and work with a range of 'Associates' & even Global Companies to broaden the range of skills we can offer.
Director Andy Reed OBE was the Labour & Co-operative MP for Loughborough between 1997 and 2010 he is now the Director of SajeImpact Ltd. He serves on various Sport and Charity Boards in a voluntary capacity. He is joined by Sarah Reed who has worked alongside Andy sine 1997 supporting this work and developing local projects.
"Whilst I was proud to serve for 13 years as the MP for Loughborough I am now equally excited to be running SajeImpact Ltd. It has given tremendous opportunities to serve & change lives but in a completely different environment.
You can find out more about SajeImpact from this site, as well as the various sports, faith and international development boards I serve on. I am always looking for new opportunities to create impact and love working to transform organisations and individuals. Please feel free to contact me to see how we might be able to help."
This 'Sway' probably explains the above better in pictures and words than I can on this website – please follow the link….
Wed, 28 Sep 2016 20:16
Andy Reed is back at the party conference season again this year – promoting the sport and physical activity agenda.
Mon, 19 Sep 2016 19:39
The Sports Think Tank has launched a Report on Erasmus+ and Brexit this week as well as an online forum on a debate between Nick Rowe and Professor Fred..
Mon, 19 Sep 2016 16:12
Andy Reed was a guest speaker at the Sport Employment conference in the West Midlands last week.