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About Bow & Arrow

Bow & Arrow identifies, creates and implements new products, services and ventures for some of the world's biggest businesses.

The organisation was founded with the vision to work with game-changing businesses to create and launch new products and services that really make an impact in the lives of their customers.

Delivering this type of work can be a challenge. It can bring a lot of uncertainty, risk and complexity. The teams at Bow & Arrow embrace this challenge; they often say that everyone at Bow & Arrow thrives on the impossible. They share the view that having this type of impact and working in these teams, is a powerful way to experience huge growth personally and professionally.

Bow & Arrow is built on celebration of everyone's individual contribution. With that in mind, rewards beyond salary, bonus, team events and things like free breakfasts are very personalised. They give special gifts to each person when they hit a big milestone in their project or deliver really outstanding work.

The organisation is aware that constantly striving for improvement can become overwhelming. To ensure that they are growing and being challenged but not overwhelmed, they use a 'Comfortable-Stretch-Strain' framework that every employee can use to map how they are feeling at any given moment.

What is it like to work for Bow & Arrow

My Manager
My Manager
Each new joiner fits into Bow & Arrow's 'Family Tree' support network. They are assigned Mentors to support their personal and professional development, and peer-level 'Buddies' to help settle in, share challenges and check-in on commitments.
Personal Growth
Personal Growth
Bow & Arrow aims to be the most transformative growth experience of an employees career, meaning holistic personal growth underpins everything they do. This is approached on two fronts; the skillsets people need to grow in day-to-day work, and the mindset they need to become business leaders. 

My Team
My Team
The company paid for the entire business to travel to Croatia for three days of celebration, appreciation and reflection. Months in planning, this was filled with many unforgettable moments, from being taxied from the airport via speedboats to a 3-hour lunch on a private island.

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  • Maternity

    At least 10 weeks’ full pay or generous alternative

Company Statistics

  • UK sites:


  • Staff Turnover:


  • Average Age:


  • Male : Female:

    47% / 53%

  • Staff:


  • Earning £35,000+:


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