Actions and Detail Panel
Get to grips: How to market yourself to primes, commissioners and stakehold...
Tue 24 January 2017, 11:00 – 15:00 GMT
In order to secure and retain public service contracts, it is vital to show a track record of delivery performance. While this requires evidence of ‘hard’ outcomes such as job starts and sustainments, providers are under greater pressure than ever to show that they can foster strong relationships and build a reputation of quality, innovation and collaboration with service users, contract commissioners, prime contract holders, and stakeholders.
This seminar will draw on case studies and real-world examples to show you how to build and present a comprehensive evidence base to your stakeholders in contract procurement and during programme delivery. The session will include lunch and an opportunity for networking.
Speakers: Fritha Ryan (MIEP) and Tom Brunwin (MIEP), Directors of Red Cape Partners
Red Cape Partners are experts in delivering marketing, communications and performance solutions for public service providers across the UK. With more than 30 years’ combined experience in business and consulting services they offer each client the knowledge, tools and support they need to perform at the highest levels in the markets in which they operate.
• What is an evidence base?
• Identifying your objectives and key audiences
• Developing your message
• Utilising available resources
• How to tell your story
• Measuring your impact
ERSA member: £150 plus VAT
Non member: £300 plus VAT
Materials, refreshments and lunch are included in the seminar fee.
Terms and conditions:
VAT will be applied at the current rate. Cancellations one month before the course date will be charged at 50%. Cancellations 7 working days or less before course date will be charged at 100%. A substitute attendee is allowed at any time at no extra cost. Seminar subject to minimum and maximum numbers. Minimum numbers to be confirmed 7 days prior to course date. Bookings are managed by Eventbrite and payment can be made via credit/debit card, invoice or cheque.