The term Slacktivist was at first useful to describe slacker activism of mid nineties but it’s more often now used as derogatory term for the ‘feel good’ engagement in critical issues of the day, that ease of participation via social media that many campaigns have made possible.

Our use reclaims the root term and acknowledges our relaxed approach to managing the day to day engagement with suppliers and customers whilst minimizing the impact of bureaucracy on creative innovation.

After many years of varied practice in arts, media and culture and with an experience as sole traders, partnerships and cooperatives we have found the limited company status the least offensive and most flexible.