Founded in 2000, The Zebra Partnership are a boutique agency based in Manchester and Cheshire, that brings together talented individuals in the fields of project management, communications, event planning, editorial and publishing across all sectors on a project by project basis. A flexible team that can white label, co-produce or work under their own brand.
The Zebra Partnership co-founder, Carol Ann Whitehead, is a communications expert that has had over twenty years of organising events of all shapes and sizes from 8 to 8000, indoors and outdoors, here in the U.K. and overseas, plus experience of developing and organising five royal visits since 2004.
A former news contributor for the television Breakfast Show on Channel M and Event 'Whats on pundit' for BBC Radio Manchester and Pure Radio. Carol Ann is an Associate Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University with her Zebra office based on campus at the Innospace centre, Business Ambassador for the Mancunian Way Charity, Governor and is the winner of several awards.
An advocate for women's rights and equality she has organised International Women's Day events since 2013, a guest of Dr Helen Pankhurst and the team for the 2018 100th anniversary for 'Votes for Women'. Carol Ann has collaborated with feminist charity FiLiA to bring their globally recognised annual conference to Manchester for 2018.
Her latest brand extension is 'Dazzle' (the name given to a group of Zebras) its life coaching and mentor support for women.
Carol Ann will be facilitating and speaking at the MICE Meet and Talk Forum in Malaga in April 2018 and has been nominated for the CHS Industry Personality of the Year 2018.
The Zebra Partnership other co-founder and Editorial Director is Dan Whitehead. From an early age, Dan was obsessed with films, comics and video games. After taking English Literature and Theatre Studies at university , he began life as a professional writer in 1991. He has since written for movie magazines, children's comics, scripts for several computer games, TV shows and Guinness World Records, he is a member of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). He has previously adapted Jason and the Argonauts as a graphic novel for Campfire. Publishing several original graphic novel stories.