Who we are
The Ecorys UK Programme Management Unit is a 68-strong team of experts skilled in delivering a range of programme management and communications services.
For more than twenty years our expertise in the UK has helped our clients in the public, civil society, and private sectors to understand and meet the challenges they face. We have an outstanding reputation in the delivery of programme management contracts and communications activity and campaigns.
We are happy to deliver full end-to-end programme management services and bespoke communications packages for your organisation or to manage and deliver certain specific areas of your programme and communications activity.
What we do
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Our mission is to help our clients make decisions, build capacity to implement and communicate change, and deliver bespoke services.
• Education and training
We deliver high-quality services for the UK government, civil society, and the private sector at local, regional and national levels. When you work with us, you can be sure of:
Our dedicated Programme Management Unit communications team have expertise across the full communications mix spanning digital and traditional channels. We can deliver communications strategy and activity, campaigns and guidance in support of programmes being delivered by the wider team or as stand-alone contracts. Our services include:
• Developing and managing websites and content
What our clients say
Ecorys has played a key role in managing the Reducing Parental Conflict Challenge Fund. Ecorys have been a valued partner from the outset, working at pace to ensure the Fund was set up within tight timescales and supporting at all stages from the application process, to gathering and reporting learning and providing an effective link between DWP and the projects throughout.
DWP plans for 2021-22 build on the overall progress so far. DWP secured up to £11m in the 2020 Spending Review to build on the success of the current phase of the Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) programme during 2020-21.
Emily Swash, Policy Group Poverty, Families and Disadvantage Directorate
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Our teams of researchers, policy experts, programme managers and communications specialists help our clients to address today’s most important societal challenges. We provide expert advice and support to deliver change. Our practical solutions are crafted to make a real difference to the world we live in, however small or large.