Not for profit organisations

Bringing special expertise

Our work in sport has led us to work with other non-for-profit organisations assisting them modernise their organisation and improve performance. Many of our consultants and associates carry out voluntary roles in addition to their employed role, bring real understanding to this special category of organisation.


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A leading Institute of Sport had enjoyed considerable success especially in the challenge and support it has provided elite athletes and coaches over the last decade up to and including 2010. Our consultants developed and reviewed a number of potential future scenarios with the executive of the Institute and developed a marketing strategy that would ensure a sustainable future for the Institute post 2012.
Over the last two years Alistair Gray has worked closely with the voluntary leaders and professional management of the Lawn Tennis Association to achieve major reforms of their leadership and governance.
Over the last three years we have been privileged to work with the Law Society of Scotland on the reform of the Board, Council, and Executive team. This included the development of strategy for one of the longest established law societies in the world at a time when the profession faced unprecedented change.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews wished to move from the era of the Secretariat to a modernised executive structure, where the senior managers were focused on performance of their functional areas.
Renaissance & Company were asked to lead and facilitate a strategic advisory board made up of local business leaders, elected representatives (MPs, MSPs, Councillors), academics and other leading individuals with the aim of producing an innovative strategic plan that would be endorsed by the Council as the best way forward to regenerate the local economy. The end result was one of the most innovative of local economic and social development strategies ever developed for the local economy.
In 2009 Scottish Cycling was bust in more ways than one. Financially the business had made losses in 2 consecutive years. Propped up by sportscotland the governing body survived but was largely dysfunctional from the board through to the dispirited staff. The booming sport of cycling in the UK fuelled by Olympic and World Championship performances was passing Scotland by. Members and participants in Scotland found the governing body remote from the reality at the grass roots, and at the same time there were few prospects of medal success at elite level. In 2012 Craig Burn, Scottish Cycling's CEO invited Renaissance & Company to undertake a fundamental review of the sport as a business and a sport.