Through 13C Consulting Nick Moore aims to

                  work as a critical friend, assisting charities,

                  social enterprises and businesses to achieve

                  growth, build sustainability and maximise their                            impact.


With 15 years in commercial business planning and customer-facing roles preceding 10 years as a senior charity leader, he brings a dynamic

combination of skills, experiences and learning.

Nick is passionate about working alongside organisations, enabling them to develop and improve their performance and helping them to focus afresh on the strategic plans necessary to fulfil their purpose. He is particularly skilled in the effective use of people, financial and property resources to achieve organisational objectives with a specific interest in exercising entrepreneurship to deliver social change.

His role as an Associate Lecturer on the MA in Charity Management programme at St Mary's University, Twickenham enables him to keep constantly updated on current and emerging thinking on policy and practice within the sector, and to most effectively identify trends; informing his consultancy work to the benefit of each client. He sees the increased blurring of the lines between charities, social enterprise and responsible businesses as an incredible opportunity for organisations in all sectors to explore new approaches to securing income and maximising the successful pursuit of their mission. 

With a background in export sales, logistics and brand redesign within the global drinks industry, leading numerous strategic review and re-organisation processes and oversight of major property and system implementation projects he brings a wealth of perspectives suitable for all organisational types and cultures.

Nick undertakes strategic trustee/director roles in three vastly different charities and social enterprises enabling him to bring insights and wisdom from both professional and non-executive viewpoints. A common theme of his non-executive work is an ethical approach to investments and within business.

In 2016 he gained an MA in Charity Management with Distinction, cementing his wide-ranging hands-on leadership experience with foundational academic research and knowledge. He is a regular contributor to Charity Finance magazine and spoke on charity reserves at the 2019 Charity Finance Summit.

Nick is a member of the Consultants for Good community and an Associate within the Philanthropy Company Network and has links to a range of trusted advisers and consultants, enabling him to access complimentary skills and knowledge in order to deliver the optimum service.


If you would like a conversation about how Nick can assist you, please don't hesitate to get in touch via the contact tab.