LDC is the leading UK regional mid-market private equity house and part of Lloyds Banking Group whose investments cover a broad range of sectors.
LDC also has an inspiring history of corporate responsibility by sponsoring young athletes, backing enterprises and organizing major charity events.
Mark is the first Corporate Ambassador for LDC, having worked with the company since 2007 when they sponsored the World cycle.
This role involves regular events, both with the LDC team and their business community as well as leading charity cycling events including Lands End to John O’Groats, London to Paris in 24 hours and the Trois Etapes.
WildFox Events organise adventure charity challenges in the UK and abroad. Over the past 10 years these have raised over £25 million for a wide range of causes.
David Fox Pitt, the founder and director of WildFox Events was instrumental in helping Mark gain sponsorship the World cycle and they remain great friends. Mark is an Ambassador for WildFox Events and has taken part in both the Artemis Quadrathlon and the Martin Currie Rob Roy Challenge.
Everyone who takes part in a WildFox Event gets to achieve a massive personal challenge and make a tangible difference to the lives of those in need by raising money and awareness for some seriously inspiring causes.
Wildfox’s small team of dedicated outdoor addicts are based on the shore of Loch Tay in the heart of Highland Perthshire, Scotland.
The Livingston James Group is a leading recruitment practice made up of Livingston James, Rutherford Cross and Drummond Bridge.
They have great depth of expertise in connecting professionals with business needs and are based out of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
The Livingston James Group is a fast growing and enthusiastic team who take pride in their clients, candidates and colleagues.
Mark joined the Livingston James team in 2014 as an ambassador and mentor, hosting a range of events and working within the business to help achieve an ambitious set of targets.
The Livingston James team have also actively supported Mark’s charitable and expedition projects.