About Us

About Us

Founded by Anne Renshaw in 2016, Flamme Rouge brings director level strategic marketing and business development support to organisations that would otherwise struggle to retain it.
Flamme Rouge was born from the idea of the final km marker in the Tour de France, what is YOUR final marker? And how will you get there? Let me help.....

Anne Renshaw MCIM

Having originally trained as an accountant Anne moved into the marketing and business development "dark side" fifteen years ago and has worked for numerous accountancy and legal firms of varying sizes ever since.
As a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, holding the Professional Services Postgraduate Diploma, Anne has a passion for bringing strategic marketing and business development advice to smaller firms to allow them to compete effectively against those firms with in house teams.
Outside of her work Anne is a keen (but not very good) triathlete, can often be found floating in lakes in her wetsuit and loves being out and about on her road bike (hence the name Flamme Rouge!).

Making a Difference

For me being in business is all about making a difference wherever I can.  As part of the business I am involved in a number of local community initiatives with causes and groups that are close to my heart including:
Challengers Business Club - I'm a member of this brilliant group of businesses who want to support Challengers while growing their businesses. Read more about the club here https://disability-challengers.org/who-we-are/business-club/ .
Young Enterprise - I am a Business Adviser for students studying at Kingston Business University through the Young Enterprise Scheme. 
Renegade Triathlon - This local multisport team is all about getting fit while having fun and making a difference to people's lives through sport. I am a firm believer in the difference sport can make to both physical and mental health and so am very proud to sponsor this not-for-profit club.
Fundraiser - I am passionate about challenging myself and raising money in the process and can regularly be found undertaking some strange activity to raise money for the wonderful Disability Challengers.  To date I have raised over £5,000 for the charity.
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