Company Name: Cambridge Consultants Ltd
Headcount: More than 800 people
Profile: Cambridge Consultants is a technology development partner, serving a range of sectors and industries on business transformative and technology-lead innovation projects with the aim to solve the world's most complex engineering, technology and design problems.
The company employs more than 800 world-class engineers, designers, scientists and consultants across seven offices and is headquartered in Cambridge, UK.
Cambridge Consultants has a history of helping companies achieve and surpass sustainability goals, whether to transform their own operations or to environmentally optimise their products, from definition to implementation.
Cambridge Consultants strives to help its clients achieve the seemingly impossible, marketing superior products and services designs faster and enabling them to disrupt their markets while making high returns on investments.
The company's latest partnership will transform the business of BeeBee Wraps, a UK-based start-up on a mission to reduce our reliance on single-use plastic food wrapping. BeeBee Wraps has developed a reusable beeswax food wrap that is a sustainable alternative to single-use plastics.
Cambridge Consultants has designed a bespoke manufacturing process that enables production to be accelerated by a factor of 30, while remaining consistent with the sustainability principles that guide this fast-growing business.
The company uses innovation to address environmental and social challenges and ensure fundamental long-term business growth against the backdrop of increasing legislation, consumer attention and competition for resources.
Through technology and innovation, Cambridge Consultants is unlocking new business models and delivering breakthrough sustainable products while breaking the depending between economic growth and increased resource consumption and emissions.
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