Thought leadership from ESPO’s Consultancy Services framework suppliers
ESPO’s Consultancy Services framework (664) is designed to create a simple and efficient solution for those looking to procure trustworthy advice from pre-approved suppliers. With over 120 suppliers available, the framework allows for a wide range of needs; from consultations on waste and recycling, to finance and auditing consultancy services.
A number of the suppliers on this framework have recently written guest articles for our website, sharing their expertise in a range of topics relevant to the public sector and government, including waste, PR, transport, and change management. Click on the ‘Read more’ links to view the full articles on our website.
The essentials of good crisis communications
Dealing with an unexpected crisis is the ultimate test because how you respond shapes what others think of you. Every situation brings different challenges and so Arch Communications have provided this checklist for best practice in all crisis communications.
How to adapt waste service contracts to new national policies
Paul Frith from Frith Resource Management discusses some common considerations across all waste management contracts.
Unlocking private sector development through public sector funding - Myths vs Realities
During this Parliament, Government has already allocated over £9bn to Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) to support local economic growth. However, there is still often a misunderstanding around the availability of and access to public sector funding to unlock private sector development. Ben Pretty from Cushman & Wakefield looks to address the myths and realities around this subject.
Successfully delivering change
Inner Circle Consulting discusses how you can successfully deliver change - authored by Chris Twigg.
How relationships with transport systems are changing
Peter Brett talk about how relationships with transport systems are changing.
The recipe for a great strategy
Inner Circle Consulting discuss what makes a great strategy - authored by Jamie Ounan, an MCA winner for strategy consultant of the year.
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Our Advertising Solutions framework is now live!15/01/2021 09:50:00
Whether you are recruiting for new staff, marketing your services to customers or sending vital communications to your stakeholders, we know getting the message right and delivered is important.
Our renewed eBooks, eAudiobooks and Print Books framework (376E) is now live08/01/2021 09:50:00
Libraries and related services can change lives for the better, providing access to books and literature in different ways to help create opportunities for adults, children and the communities around us to learn and develop.
Winter Essential Frameworks from ESPO16/12/2020 09:50:00
With it being a challenging year for most of us, the winter season itself can often bring with it an array of additional problems.
Our Postal Goods framework delivers access to parcel locker solutions11/12/2020 09:50:00
Parcel lockers provide a convenient contact-free delivery service for organisations and their customers, making the process easier and efficient - which is evidently a significant factor in facing the challenges of Covid-19.
Reuse, recycle and more - waste solutions from ESPO27/11/2020 09:50:00
Recycling not only makes financial sense for businesses by saving money, but as a priority it supports corporate social responsibility and has a positively substantial impact on the environment and communities around us.