Brighter Environment set out in 2013 to address the imbalance in employment opportunities for young people. This was extended to include older adults in 2015.
Brighter Environment recruits in demographic areas in London where unemployment is highest. They do this by working closely with employability agencies in Southwark and in the East of London in recruiting for contracts they are awarded. Brighter Environment engage with them in recruiting for employment education initiatives run in conjunction with their partners and in future, programmes designed and delivered by them. They aim to become a recognised role model for inclusive enterprise, providing career progression and opportunities. Brighter Environment has a key focus on women and diversity in facilities management, with two of their youngest directors being women.
Brighter Environment aim to create a scalable business operating at the highest standards, working with market leaders and with industry recognised training and qualifications.Their goal is to create 50 new jobs by 2017 and 100 new jobs by 2019 by working with their employability partners, Brighter Environment has trained 16 young people on both ASDAN and mentorship programmes.
In 2015, Brighter Environment worked with PwC to develop a theory of change and assessment methodology which will assist them in measuring their social impact.