Our Team Heroes
Celebrating fantastic contributions from our exceptional team
Three Teams. Three Legs.
One Goal.
We’re incredibly proud that over the past twenty years we’ve worked with some of the healthcare sector’s most well-known, innovative and world-changing organisations. Through this work, we’ve helped improve the lives of patients across the globe. To mark our anniversary, we want to do more. That’s why we’re embarking on a team challenge to raise funds and awareness for people suffering from some of the world’s rarest diseases.

While individual diseases are rare, ‘rare diseases’ as a whole affect 1 in 17 people and most have no effective treatment. That’s why, to mark our 20th anniversary, we’ve established this competition and are asking people to support and encourage our team by donating via the link below. All money raised will be evenly split between The MOG Project, Eurordis, and Nnet.
Wherever they’re based, whatever they do, team members from across the Branding Science Group will compete with their colleagues in three legs of 2,000km. Each team will attempt to circumnavigate the globe by walking, running, swimming or cycling (or any other human powered machine - unicycle anyone?) between the Branding Science Group offices, in a race to be the first across the finish line.

You can track the progress of your team, send words of encouragement and (of course) donate on this site. We really appreciate your support.

Now it’s time to stretch, put on the montage music, and unleash Branding Science Group’s inner sporting titans!
Our Chosen Charities
Leg One: The MOG Project
The MOG Project is a 501(c)3 organization devoted to advocating for those all over the world who are diagnosed with MOG Antibody Disease (MOGAD) by raising awareness, educating doctors, patients and caregivers, advancing research through expert collaboration and fundraising, and providing support and advocacy for our community in hopes of finding a cure.

We offer disease information appropriate for newly diagnosed patients as well as those already living with the disease, in the form of easy-to-understand infographics, written materials, podcasts and videos. We also work with researchers and pharma companies to collect data, provide patient experience and aid in understanding this new frontier in neuroimmunology.

Visit mogproject.org >>
Leg Two: Eurordis - The Voice of Rare Disease Patients in Europe
EURORDIS-Rare Diseases Europe is a unique, non-profit alliance of 1000 rare disease patient organisations from 74 countries that work together to improve the lives of the 30 million people living with a rare disease in Europe. By connecting patients, families and patient groups, as well as by bringing together all stakeholders and mobilising the rare disease community, EURORDIS strengthens the patient voice and shapes research, policies and patient services.

EURORDIS supports the creation and development of rare disease national alliances and disease-specific European federations and networks.

Visit eurordis.org >>
Leg Three: Nnet - NPO Intractable Disease Network
Nnet aims to improve the quality of life of patients with incurable diseases. Activities include providing disease information and opportunities for people to meet and exchange information on dealing with their condition.

Based in Toyko, their underlying purpose is to help patients make their own decisions and find treatments while consulting their health care professionals. Additionally, Nnet helps to educate the public about the problems patients with incurable disease face and raise awareness.

Visit nponnet.org >>
Leg One: Princeton to London
Launch >>
Leg Two: London to Singapore
Launch >>
Leg Three: Singapore to San Francisco
Launch >>