Social Enterprise

How Do Frameworks Provide Value for Public Sector Clients?

Delivering value to Public Sector Clients

Join SCAPE at the House of St Barnabas on Thursday 16 June 2022 to discuss how frameworks provide value for public sector clients

Value is generated through the building of long-term, high value relationships between clients and delivery partners and the most successful outcomes are because of collaboration and shared goals.

Join us on the 16th June to hear about:

  1. Client Benefits - Outcome led frameworks are the catalyst that drive collaborative culture and behaviour and give public sector clients the power to directly influence the sustainability of local supply chains and in turn, impact the local economy.
  2. Value for Money - Fully transparent, open book approach, ensuring works package are tendered in the open market at point of delivery, providing real-time costs.
  3. Performance Management - SCAPE measures and manages the performance of our partners, this includes engagement with local SME’s, to ensure they are socially responsible businesses who provide high standards of delivery whilst investing and positively impacting the local economy.

Come and discover why we believe frameworks deliver best value for public sector clients.

Click the button at the bottom of the page to register.

Location | The House of St Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, London, W1D 4NQ

Date | 16 June 2022

Time | 4:00–7:00pm

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Pritesh Parmar, Assistant Director London and South East

In his role as Assistant Director, Pritesh oversees all client activity in London and the South East. In the last five years, he has supported public sector clients in delivering over £2.8billion of projects in London and the South East which have generated significant social value outcomes for local communities.

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Vanessa Good, Development Manager London and South East

With over 16 years’ experience in the public sector, Vanessa is the Development Manager for London and the South East working with clients to build long term relationships that deliver successful outcomes. She actively creates collaborative environments and encourages tailored social value strategies which reflect and align with client aspirations.

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Agenda

4:00pm | Networking & Refreshments

Tea, coffee and soft drinks on arrival

4:30pm | Welcome from Scape

Meet our team, Pritesh and Vanessa and join us for a brief introduction to SCAPE.

4:40pm | The benefits of working as part of the Scape Frameworks supply chain – Matt Hutton, CEO Bond Bryan

Matt and Bond give us an overview of the session.

5:10pm | Break & Refreshments

The House of St Barnabus is a social enterprise members’ club and Employment Academy that exists to break the cycle of homelessness. It is a spectacular building and incredible cause worthy of review.

5:40pm | Measuring outcomes and driving success – SCAPE Performance Team
6:10pm | Thank you and Close

Open floor opportunity for further discussion with light refreshments.

6:15pm | Informal Networking

Until close at 7pm.

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