Champions' Culture

From humble beginnings, born from a barn in 2003, Champions has become a leading speaker bureau of over 100 experts led by two generations of the Hayes family. We have continued to hold on to our early belief that innovation, positive client relations and hard work form the foundation of success. In short, our family values drive us to provide the best services for clients, and nurture greatness in our employees.

Working with a wide range of charities, including Cure Leukaemia and Giving Africa, we at Champions believe that it is our responsibility to give back to our community. As a Patron of Rainbows Children's Hospice, we have raised over £2,000,000.00 million in support of children in need.

Over the years we as a brand have been honoured with a multitude of prestigious accolades, recognising our success. We are extremely proud of all of our achievements that reflect the exceptional level of service we provide to clients. It is our award-winning culture that sets us apart.

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A Big Family

Born in a barn in Costock in 2003, our team of two has become 100+ agents and support staff embodying the Champions culture. We pride ourselves on going the extra mile for our clients, and no matter whether you're new to Champions or have worked with us before, we're keen to welcome you with open arms.

Champions CSR

Working with a host of charities who are doing amazing things, we have been able to give back to those who need it most. Playing an important role in our day-to-day activities, we have raised over £4,000,000.00 million for charities of all shapes and sizes. As Patrons of children's hospice Rainbows, we have helped to raise over £2,000,000.00 million to support children in desperate need of help. And through charity auctions, balls, sporting occasions and with the help of our in-house Charity Bid app, we have supported other great charities such as Brainwave, Cure Leukaemia, The Lord's Taverners, Giving Africa, Birmingham Children's Hospital, Great Ormond Street and the PCA Benevolent Fund, raising over £1.2 million.