Jacqui is an accomplished designer, creative strategist, author and consultant.
Her experience spans from board level to SME, with a focus on circular futures, creative collaborative solutions and brand stories.
Jacqui's career has ensured she has a unique set of creative skills and wide network on which to draw on. She has honed her commercial creative skills in multiple sectors.
Ever curious .. collaborative .. commercial and creative.
Winning multiple awards for her work including the prestigious Top Drawer Best Product , Gift of the Year and Natwest Women in Business.
Jacqui was also part of award winning corporate teams at board level, but also founded multiple SMEs online and in the creative, gift and eco sectors.
a leader in the sustainable futures for wool in Wales and globally
Secretary - CPG Welsh Wool
Working with policy makers to drive change
Chair - Welsh Wool Alliance
Creating commercial catalysts in the Wool Sector
Co-Founder - Ffleece
Commercial Wool Projects
Delivering products, online retail, websites, media and redefined brand stories.
From film props to large scale retail and marketing events, Jacqui has delivered barrier breaking stories and events through creative concepts, innovative collaborations and exceptional presentation.
from 1:1 mentoring to leading significant commercial project delivery
Founding and supporting creative SMES.
In 2004 Jacqui founded the Craft Business CRAFTERATTI. A pioneer of the modern craft movement her disciplines vary from stitch to knitwear - all using British Wool and Components.
She holds a large archive of designs & art which are licensed.
She occasionally works on artistic large scale commissions.
Multiple Global Craft Books & Business Books alongside Editorial work
As a natural story teller .. Jacqui has authored 8 books on crafts and contributed to 2 best selling business books. She also has written columns and articles for editorial, magazines and online news.
In 2008 Jacqui pioneered eco solutions to replace plastic in the hospitality industry, from parties to food safe standards. She has continued this work to include natural fibres (notably wool), textiles and supporting RDD tech.
She holds an extensive portfolio of IP from Patents, Design Patents, Copyright, Know-How and Trademarks in the Eco and Design sectors.
With a degree in material tech and with manufacturing experience in multiple sectors, she is well placed to deliver commercial innovation.
Block Chain Traceability
Farm to Finish