Commercialisation practices are on the rise, and their adoption across local government is swiftly becoming an imperative.
How do you ensure successful commercialisation and good practice in your council? How do you identify, nurture and manage potential commercial opportunities? How do you engender healthy commercial behaviours between leaders, staff and stakeholders, from the top down?
Councils seeking to innovate, establish corporate behaviours and good governance in their organisations can benefit from support to help become risk aware, not risk averse.
We ran a series of series of three webinars exploring:
- How to develop a commercial culture and corporate approach
- How to successfully launch a commercial venture
- How to manage risks and legal issues surrounding the process
If you were unable to join us, please click on the webinar recording you would like to access:
Develop a commercial culture and corporate approach
Successfully launch a commercial venture
Manage risks and legal issues
Brexit – the practicalities for your supply chain
With 29 March 2019 only a few months away, we have developed a EU Exit Commercial Impact Assessment. This toolkit helps you assess your contracts and procurement activity for the impact of Brexit and then supports you in developing plans to mitigate areas of risk. Using a phased approach, the toolkit ensures you prioritise those contracts most impacted, taking into account key factors such as workforce, lead times, grants and currency considerations.
We ran free 30 minute webinars throughout November and December 2018 explaining the toolkit in more detail. If you were unable to join us, please click here for a recording of a webinar run on 6 November 2018. If you would like more information regarding the webinars or the EU Exit Toolkit, please email Adam Yardley.
We are working with clients to accelerate the assessment process and form robust plans to mitigate risk. Please contact Joran Mendel if you would like to discuss how we can help you.
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