Strengthening the bond between the Public and Private sectors
As the leading members’ network in the UK for local authority and public sector professionals, a strategic partnership with Solace offers a variety of benefits.
Our key relationships within the private sector and non-profits enable us to build a stronger and more innovative public service sector through networking and knowledge-sharing.
From annual partnerships to one-off sponsorship packages, we offer a range of possibilities to ensure your organisation is visible to our member network.
As one of the most influential membership organisations for public sector professionals in the UK, a strategic partnership with Solace offers many benefits including:
- The chance to build relationships with leaders and key stakeholders from across the sector
- Greater insight into how best to engage and interact with local government
- The option to communicate with our members via blogs and newsletters on a regular basis
- An array of development opportunities including shadowing and breakfast briefings
- Full access to Solace member benefits
For more information about partnering with Solace, contact our Business Partner Programme Manager Jenny Clack via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and she’ll be able to discuss your company’s objectives and advise the best package for you.
Working with Solace provides an opportunity for a select number of partners to get involved with our ever-popular events programme, either on an event-by-event basis or across a programme of events.
Our events, training programmes, and masterclasses are highly regarded, and allow sponsors to develop key relationships with senior staff working across local government and the public sector, providing a platform for you to profile your organisation.
Get in touch to find out how you can get involved, email email@example.com
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Read the latest blogs from Solace Business Partner, Grant Thornton
On Tuesday 15th December a roundtable was held with members of Solace and business partner Grant Thornton UK LLP to discuss financial sustainability and economic recovery in the context of COVID-19, following the Spending Review announcement, but prior to the provisional financial settlement for 2021/22 being confirmed. View the write-up via our website here.
How local authorities can prepare for coming challenges:
Read the latest blogs from Solace Business Partner, Arcus Global
Solace in Business are pleased to announce our new Business Partner, Arcus Global. Arcus Global is a market-leading GovTech cloud company, delivering mission-critical technology solutions that enable public sector organisations to transform their service delivery.
Arcus Global, formed in 2009 and based in Cambridge UK, is a market-leading GovTech cloud company, delivering mission-critical technology solutions that enable public sector organisations to transform their service delivery.
Arcus has developed a platform-based suite of Applications for Local and Central Government. Addressing the challenges in Citizen Digital interaction, Citizen relationship management and through specific platform-based case management solutions for Planning, Building Control, Licensing and Environmental Health.
You can read the latest blogs from Arcus Global below:
Read the latest legal updates and find out details of forthcoming webinars from Solace Business Partner, Bevan Brittan
More legal updates and articles can be found here:
Upcoming events can be found here:
Read the latest blogs from Solace Business Partner, Inner Circle Consulting
Click here to view the latest Solace and Inner Circle Consulting webinar that discusses the local economic recovery and how new policies and approaches to delivery can help prepare your local authority for change.
About this series: Solace and Inner Circle Consulting ‘locally-led recovery’ is a series of conversations with leading thinkers and doers. The series aims to span a wide range of relevant areas including the green recovery, future of urban centres, housing delivery, community wealth building, the role of culture and big events, and service design. The series will share the very best practice from the UK and internationally. Following some lessons from the COVID response the series will explore the strength of local level responses. It will seek to understand how the big ideas, great leadership, sound policies and tenacious implementation can prepare places for change, create more resilient economies and transform lives.
If you are interested in joining future events or would like further details, please contact Jenny Clack, Business Partner Programme Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
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