London (PRWEB UK) 17 July 2012
Daniel Taylor Managing Director of Metro Design Consultants a leading London design and build firm, will be launching a team lending fund with Kiva the world’s largest micro finance non-profit organization, with the aim of supporting entrepreneurs and various initiatives worldwide.
Metro Design Consultants, which is the funding team listed in the Kiva community business group category, will be captained by Mr Daniel Taylor who said “I’m delighted to be partnering with Kiva, many of the funding categories within the Kiva Organisation are areas of great interest to me personally, agriculture construction and youth entrepreneurship.”
Metro Design Consultants lending team will be launched on 5th August 2012, to coincide with Jamaican independence day which Metro design Managing Director Daniel Taylor said “it would be fitting as many Jamaicans, like his father who first arrived back in the early 1940s and 1950s, would have engaged In similar micro lending schemes called pardners to use as deposits for getting on the property ladder.”
Since Kiva’s inception in 2005 the organization has loaned over 325 Million dollars, in over 61 different countries to a diverse range of global projects, the borrowing structure of Kiva often means that many people’s lives can be impacted for lending as little as $25.
Whether it is a family run business in rural Kosovo who needs a loan to buy a new cement machine or construction material or an agricultural farmer in El Salvador who needs to borrow money for seeds fertiliser and insecticides, giving a helping hand to these families can give hope now and for future generations to come.
Daniel and Metro Design Management team will be looking to become ambassadors for Kiva over the next 12 months, they intend to hold a series edutainment based events to raise funds and awareness with the view of eliminating poverty in developing countries globally.
Further information from:
Tiana Watt Metro Design Consultants email Tiana(at)metrodesign(dot)co(dot)uk Tel 0207 928 9000 ext 3007
NOTES TO EDITORS:
About Metro Design Consultants Ltd.
Metro Design Consultants is a design and build company with a furniture division established by Daniel Taylor in 1998.
Based in London, its approach is design-led with a heavy emphasis on emerging technology. Metro takes great pride in paying attention to detail and in harnessing technological innovation to evolve aesthetically pleasing and functional spaces for people to enjoy and work in effectively.
Listed amongst Metro’s clients are multi-nationals and new start emerging companies, incorporating those operating in the media, advertising, legal, financial and health sectors. These include the National Health Service, Trade Union Group, Amicus, aviation company Boeing, reinsurance company Endurance and major consumer insurance concern Domestic & General.
About Daniel Taylor
Daniel Taylor is the Managing Director of Metro Design Consultants, a fashionable design and build company with an emphasis on emerging technology, as an employer Daniel embraces diversity and endeavours to provide relevant training to all his staff, he is also committed to nourishing creative interest in young people, which he encourages through mentoring schemes and competitions.
Daniel has extensive work experience within the design industry and has a reputation for winning high profile contracts including the Conservative Party’s Headquarters in Victoria Street, London and an unusual assignment collaborating with scientists and engineers at the UK's Transport Research Laboratory Headquarters in Berkshire.
Daniel sits on the board of the Creative and Cultural Skills Council, the licensed Sector Skills Council for Advertising, Crafts, Cultural Heritage, Design, Music, Performing, Literary and Visual Arts.
Daniel is married to Dawn and they have four children, he is a real gadget enthusiast and a big collector of 60’s memorabilia.
We are a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world.