We have worked with numerous individuals, companies and organisations on students’ projects. Below are just a few logos of who we have worked with in the past to give you an idea of the network of the team leading the Innovation Programmes and who we will be working with on our innovation project challenges.
Tom Cridland is a 25 year old designer with an eponymous international sustainable fashion brand, with customers on five continents. The 30 Year Sweatshirt, Tom Cridland's signature product, is also a sustainable fashion project in the form of a luxury sweatshirt that is so well made he backs it with a 30 Year Guarantee. The campaign encourages people to think about how they consume fashion and is leading a fashion industry trend to protecting our natural resources by making durable clothing. The 30 Year Sweatshirt has been featured across the international press, including NBC, CBS, BBC, ITV, CNBC, The Times, The Telegraph, Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, The Independent, The Guaridan, Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Star, Daily Mirror, Forbes, Fast Company, Esquire, Evening Standard, CityAM, The New York Time, El Pais, ABC, The Atlantic and The Huffington Post. Tom Cridland have also gone on to make clothing for the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Stiller, Rod Stewart, Hugh Grant and Daniel Craig.
Philip is the Managing Partner of Penmount Partners, a Singapore based specialist advisory firm
providing targeted capital market solutions to both the public and private real estate sectors.
Immediately prior to establishing Penmount, Philip was the CEO of SGX-listed Cambridge Industrial
Trust (CIT), a S$ 1.4bn regional industrial REIT which was recently included as a Foundation Member
of the SGX’s sustainability index. In this role, Philip was responsible for all aspects of the REIT’s
activities, including the setting of strategy, communication with its unitholders and stakeholders,
interface with regional regulators and management of the day to day activities of the REIT.
Philip joined CIT from Blackstone where he was principally involved in the raising of capital for
Blackstone’s suite of funds, as well as third party General Partners. Whilst at Blackstone, Philip
established their Australian Office and the Asian business of their third party placement business,
Park Hill Real Estate.