We are built on the belief that a more equal working world will benefit us all. We carry out creative and strategic marketing services for like-minded businesses, offer a platform for women to connect, alongside tackling wider projects through community and conversation.


A few minutes with...


Jess Mac(Intyre)



Natalie Moore(s)


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With 10 years in the advertising world under her belt as well as being CIM qualified, Jess has spent her career working on some ground-breaking marketing projects for ad-tech start-ups, media businesses and clients such as Heineken and Pernod Ricard. Her mantra has always been work hard and be nice to people and through this ethos she has worked alongside some creative people resulting in work she’s hugely proud of. Jess’ approach to getting the very best outcome means she doesn’t settle for anything less than extraordinary, and won’t stop until the work is something she’s proud to shout about. She’s responsible for the client relationships and developing best-in-class marketing strategies that align with overall business objectives to allow our clients to get to the next level of success. Beyond the 9-5 she has taken part in various charitable projects including a year volunteering at the FCancer Project and is currently working for You Make It as a mentor.


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With a Masters in Creative Writing and years of leading the marketing output at various media companies, Nat handles the creative side of Mac&Moore's projects. She loves the chance to develop bespoke personalities for brands that allow them to speak like people ... not dry corporates. From advert copy to a big idea to launch a brand, Nat loves to collaborate and work closely with clients to get under the skin of the company and deliver the best results. A fierce advocate for gender equality and women’s rights, her writing on the subject can be found in The Huffington Post and The Independent amongst others. She’s also a published poet, with her work being featured in print both in the UK and North America and can often be found at Spoken Word evenings ranting about topics ranging from her disdain for the Thigh Gap to a comparison between Tinder and a giant Wetherspoons.



As female founders, we’ve gained a totally different insight into the business world and the ways in which it needs to adapt, particularly to achieve equality and diversity. Progress has been made, but we’ve still got a long way to go. We’ve created a platform, built on the following pillars, for like-minded individuals to meet, connect and collaborate.


A new way of working

Breaking free of the 9-5 grind has taught us that there is another way. By challenging the status quo we’ve found ways to be more efficient and deliver better results to our clients.

Community over competition

Having conversations with a whole host of people, learning from their experiences and sharing our own in a respectful, inclusive way benefits everyone. None of us are the same, but we can all show solidarity.

Raising voices

We have valuable tools in our armour to allow the conversation of equality to reach a global audience. Our community has created a space for women of all backgrounds to share their thoughts, ideas and experiences.

Beyond the platform, we work closely with our clients to help them grow and achieve their goals through a diverse and gender-balanced approach, read more about...


The Female Focus

We’re still unpicking bad habits, learning how best to communicate and how to empower ourselves and each other. Along the way, we’ve formed partnerships with some incredible women who are smashing it in their respective fields. We created The Female Focus to champion and celebrate these women … and spread the word of their greatness.

Watch this space for more sweet collaborations and Read The Female Focus!