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The HYLMAN Group has managed to service large scale projects worldwide to all kinds of SMEs, MNCs, and public sector organizations, delivering cutting edge technologies, transformational operations, strategic leadership and policy, and complex support across multiple service lines.

With a proven track record of successful deliveries at industry-beating satisfaction levels, the leadership at HYLMAN brings forth solutions that are bespoke and tailored to every client and their specific needs.

You name it, we solve it.


With a vast pool of firepower, HYLMAN brings together professionals with a wide spectrum of expertise that are put together to create an advisory machine that cuts out the limitations faced in the traditional part of the industry.

The deployment of capabilities by HYLMAN assures diversity and openness where the conditions are set based on merits and skills, rounding up optimal intellect to approach any project's requirements. This allowed our clients to achieve optimal support, conceptualizing wellbeing post implementation, integrating innovation in processes and tangible assets, achieving value for money and maximizing the ROI. The diversified solutions delivered by HYLMAN often exceed forecasts and expectations where they are implemented to the last bit with the extra hands put together by our teams ensuring proper execution on point.

Through its international capabilities and advanced intelligence, HYLMAN ensures that all solutions are data driven, realistic, based on real time data of today and tomorrow, 'actually needed' and implemented to the maximum benefit of the clients, taking the extra mile at all times to support the client and improve their business.

Hylman is a next-generation parent company based in Paris, France that houses revolutionary projects in stagnant industries with the utilization of hi-tech, artificially intelligent, and smart systems. All projects stem from a deep understanding of the industry, it’s needs, and challenges, rooted from our personal long-term experiences. From Advisory to Real Estate to Automotive and General Trading.

From a brief overview, systematic changes are a necessary push for an idealistic approach, with the constant adaptation to improvements and environmental alterations. We take one step at a time, striving to creating the world’s next need for the professional audience.

Reference case 1

Strategy and Case Development for Investing in Green Energy

Benefit:

Full case build up, creation of jobs, use of innovation for improved utility
 

Accompanied and supported the client from Dubai to Istanbul with regards to identifying, assessing, allocating, investing, supporting and operating a new solar panel power plant grid for photosynthesized renewable energy in the South-Western part of Turkey (as identified as a result of the study) as part of a ‘clean energy’ initiative using latest forms of PV and CSP technologies to generate higher levels of energy with lower environmental impacts as offered in the region. The work followed strict measures of environmental sustainability as outlined by ISO standards and approved international practices with high level ecological operations implemented to safeguard the grid’s surrounding environment.

This initial form of the work carried out, followed by subsequent support consultancies, revolved around strategizing and studying the feasibility of the entire project containing the types of management, operations, missions, personnel, support, workstreams and policies expected to be undertaken to accurately validate the viability of the project in line with the expected financial returns from prior risk-benefit evaluation, taking into consideration the country’s energy policies by reviewing mechanical models and options with established renewable energy partners for better modulating the business case development in the clean renewable solar energy, which involved due diligence checkup that mainly focused on policy and best practice from power suppliers and energy operators standing. The team reviewed options of different materials and processes focused on latest technologies and applications that are involved in building and operating a new and independent solar grid operated and supported by energy experts and engineering specialists for the inflow and outflow of the physical operations as planned for the power reception, storage, and transmission in order to properly maintain the grid or energy house for the next 10-20 years, along with options for 3-line support teams under the required cycles size and magnitude for lean and safe management.

The work in this period included understanding the needs and identifying risk levels under different practical scenarios, strategising and creating the roadmap for optimal efficiency and monitoring of energy storage operations, analysing historical formations and trends of financing such long-term project and assets respective of recently acceptable environmental practices, modeling different return ratios under different scenarios and classifications of investments for diverse types/sizes of the grid, studying the environments in question and what can be expected in terms of natural disasters and business continuity management, exploring geographic opportunities of different lands for construction and operation from the identified options in the portfolio considering the engineer team support and advice, preparation of an extensive risk-return booklet under every potential climate/natural scenario and changes throughout the year for the next 10-20 years, fieldwork and delegation for administrative investigation and gathering of insights regarding energy policies and changes to expect that can directly or indirectly impact operations and management, assembly of datasets and analytics for the registration of empirical data using AI and automation integrated tools for comprehending the accurate and adequate economic model and environmental settings.

The full business case intervened for an innovative plan to support with a digital transformational model to operating the power plant grid which includes the creation of 40-50 jobs, production of clean energy, added use of intelligence and tech-based innovation, and value created for the local communities and participant businesses in the value chain.

Reference case 2

Delivering marketing and management consultancy, Public awareness and marketing operations

Benefit:

High user acquisition, retention rates, brand awareness, ROI
 

After understanding the overall picture of how it should operate with preference on figures for revenues and margins, drawn up by different analysis reports from a management, operational, client, and consumer perspective, we then began strategizing the plan and structuring the methodologies required according to the company’s needs, standards, and commercial nature in a largely digital atmosphere, which required heavy reliance on social media, online search engines, sponsored ads, TV commercials, press releases, seminars, forums, and placements on publications as introduced by the best virtual industry practices for maximum reach and visibility.

For ensuring reputation and value-proposition awareness, work involved organizing various plans for different consumer segments and demographics under different strategies of approach taking into consideration change in behaviour and varying interests. To launch the strategies, it was also necessary to align these initiatives under different workstreams carried out by the design, marketing and communication execution and support team on ground under one overarching objective that is managed by the framework’s management to ensure quick turnaround and retention of these audiences that are mostly attracted digitally, and those that are physically approached and communicated with.

The implementation involved social media activity and posts, infomercials, email communications, professional outreach, press releases, sponsorship of events, conferences and seminars, data driven sales performance, and placement on publications and sporting events. The team involved were managing the entire public presence of this company to ensure all areas are covered efficiently with maximum awareness, which led to high results and turnaround exceeding expectations in a short amount of time as signified through the evaluation and requests for continued work, which construed a whitepaper on the company, its competitive advantages, and delivery using insights and intelligence.

Detailed contract description: We were involved in the ideation, investigation, conceptualizing, strategizing, organizing, aligning, implementation, and evaluation of full-fledged marketing consultancy and operations for a global marketplace and C2C commerce company out of Europe to reach its audience worldwide. This project included all levels of responsibility from advisory to fieldwork to operational execution.

To advise on the best course of action to delivery, the work firstly included ideating how the marketing plan and execution should be implemented in practice to meet KPIs and goals, which included understanding the audience, their habits, type of appealing elements, and managerial configurations respective of the company’s social presence and how it serves to its audience domestically and internationally. Through ideation, we carried out quantitative and qualitative investigations, from ground work to virtual distribution of the survey, to know what works best considering the segment and what doesn’t by targeting a sample population from different places worldwide.

Followed by conceptualizing the way the company should be visible to the public by current competitors, agencies, and knowledgeable clients to assess what worked to attract consumers and reasons for retention, which involved understanding the required positioning in the sector from market share, indicators and economics principles, to meet the company’s expectations on maximizing its revenue stream. We evaluated the presence on different platforms, physically and digitally, benchmarked with research onto best industry practices from similar niche entities delivering services worldwide, brainstorming which techniques are most viable and how suited are the latest marketing tools and resources to drive the right level of traffic to maximize conversions while being as cost effective as possible in the delivery up to full conversion and actionable sale.

Reference case 3

Business case, tech introduction, new industry changes, regulatory check-up

Benefit:

Knowledgeable decision making to what needs to be improved and developed
 

We worked with an international defence and aerospace company on a management and strategy consulting case that involved the following:

• Technical reviews
• Full outline business case development
• Business continuity
• Option appraisals
• Project planning
• Cost consultancy services and value engineering
• Business policy strategy
• Operational planning and development
• Technology and case analysis

The work focused on both the defense and aerospace sectors, their value chain, materials used, competition, and international positioning. We used primary and secondary data for assessing service line feasibilities aiming at the future operations of the business by analyzing the managerial strategies in place, building up the business case from scratch, assessing the sturdiness of the original business model, sustainable practices in a highly oligopolistic and administratively controlled sector internationally, risk of constant increase in products’ costs in light of demand and inflation, economics around the business operations and materials used, administrative policy and regulatory constraints, resourcing policies, impact of customers and competitors, point out the capabilities in house and externally for supporting plans, power of suppliers/vendors and changes in the supply chain.

Through understanding the numbers, crunching data involved various forms of statistical analyses in order to provide sufficient confidence in driving the appropriate decision using intelligence and data driven/precise assessments that sought the future of things for the business around the concerned ever-changing environment. Additionally, the team played a big role in introducing the expansion of the industry’s technological abilities with industry 4.0, robotics, automation, artificial intelligence, and digital systems that can provide a highly successful margin in the cost-benefit analyses in a very capitally-intensive sector for current periods and plans for implementation in a highly digitally-reliant future conditions.

The work not only relied upon the strategic analysis of the team but also involved the use of further multi-disciplinary support teams that based their judgements on our final recommendations for driving certain evaluations required to ringfence a certain mission produced by the management board for the coming future, old and new clients, and improve operating procedures of the entire organization.

Reference case 4

Go to market strategy, international expansion, direct strategy approach

The client was a mid-size business in the food industry. We were advising them on the relevance for their business to launch a new product line. Our diligences and market analysis showed that the launch of this line could be a profitable new business for the company with limited investment and limited risk.
In order to adapt to the preference of the owner and what he would be looking for, we didn’t develop the business case in detail to the client, but focused on how the project was solving the owners’ pain points and how a new partnership through this product line could help his succession planning difficulties. We approached the presentation of the outcome of our work with a less “corporate” approach to what we would have done with larger scale, privately owned businesses. The result was a full acceptance of the project by the client and the launch of a successful product line.

Benefit:

launch of a successful product line
 

When working with companies which have a limited, if any, experience in international trade, we adapt to the issues specific to that group. We would help them with their business issues but also advise on intercultural management and how to deal with the trade partners they may have in new countries.

We also encourage the development of partnerships in order to facilitate market penetration strategy as well as providing them with the skills to develop new markets. We have developed, as Hylman, a model for international expansion to help the decision makers in businesses to decide whether the right course of internationalisation would be export, strategic partnership (franchising/licensing), JV, acquisition or greenfield strategy.

Reference case 5

Market analysis and introduction to new territory, expansion roadmap

Benefit:

Full-fledged strategy between European states of a large busine
 

The client is a large scale partly privately owned/partly family owned business operating from the UK. The company was willing to expand into multiple European markets, including France, Germany and Italy.

The company was trading with the Netherlands where they had a small office and both suppliers and customers but had limited experience trading with other EU countries.

We have performed an analysis of all markets in scope and applied our model for internationalisation. We have been specifically training the senior management to internationalisation issues and we draw a roadmap country per country for their expansion. The result being an export strategy for Germany, a greenfield approach for the French market and the acquisition of a minority share in an Italian business.

- When working with small size companies, we focus on helping them upscaling their level of maturity, adapt our recommendations and advice to people who rarely have a strong business background and we integrate “bootstrapping”, and more generally the requirement to have cost-efficient solutions in our recommendations.

Reference case 6

Procurement, warehousing and value chain, identification of opportunities

The client was a small scale (<£ 1m turnover) business in the e-commerce space, with a large capacity to grow. We looked at the company’s ambitions and the very limited resources they had available to grow, and made a series of recommendations:

Keeping the resources available to high value added tasks and subcontracting of the warehousing operations to a third party supplier.

Benefit:

Business operations and profitability improvement
 

Advising on their approach to procurement and identification of opportunities to generate savings on purchases (in particular thanks to the introduction of better product performance management processes, allowing massification of purchases).

Selection of business priorities (the business owners had more ideas than they could deliver, and therefore had to prioritise). Preparation of a robust budget and a negotiation pack to renegotiate credit lines with their lenders. The result of this piece of work has been an increase of the gross margin by three percentage points and the enabling of a 30% YoY growth.

Reference case 7

Full operational and managerial integration in private healthcare

Benefit:

Long term objectives and strategy for the practical operations
 

Integrated a full management program for the reception, consultation, diagnosis, service, pricing, and delivery of care for patients in a private health center in Dubai.

This included auditing and reviewing performance against accounts and KPIs, operations of staff and manhours to the reception and wait time of patients, functional utility, employee turnover and hiring of new staff members going through training to understand center-specific norms.

This included reflecting upon internal organizational norms according to historical flows of business and clients regressed over time to anticipate future performance. This also included the development of economic, financial, and operational business case models for the health center for its initial launch in terms of market activity and reference to encountered economic changes in the country (besides policy changes, lower quantitative easing, reforms on sector practices, tax incentives) among the factors that have a direct impact on activity, including inflation and CPI, that are affecting the behaviour of clients (patients) and their willingness for services, through COVID and after, to seek private-dedicated care (differentiated) than public lower cost/free care (economic). This involved developing a long-term action plan for the management to ensure the needs of all stakeholders and parties are properly addressed.

Reference case 8

Value chain, restructuring, credit risk, and training

The challenge/issue: The client was a company delivering oil and gas sub products to a distribution network to French & Spain, primarily made of franchisees from the conglomerate they were part of. One of their key challenges as a business was to properly evaluate the credit risk represented by the delivery of oil products to the franchisees up to 60 days before the payment.

The client had a high degree of debtors, including a large overdue balance. The management of their debtors was a critical part of their business, and their small scale was making them very exposed to bad debt.

Benefit:

Improvement in credit assessments and results with debtors
 

We reviewed their credit assessment processes and proposed to implement certain criteria (primarily with regards to a balance sheet analysis and assessment of the solvency and liquidity of the franchisees).

Once these processes have been defined, we trained both the finance and commercial department with the techniques. The result was to immediately stop working with three franchisees, a year after the project, the client had improved its aged trial balance by an average of 60 days (for overdue debtors).

Reference case 9

Structural planning, technical support, and computable forecasting

Benefit:

Accurate information on preferred investment portfolio driven by thorough insights
 

We used data collected for structural planning to emphasize safe line of operations under the prepared portfolio in question and SOBC, for encompassing the five case model for the project, and its identified risk factors, opportunity, requirements, ecofriendly and environmental management systems, mechanical and electrical feasibility, geometric and shape formation, expected return for business, benefits under optimal holding period of the energy grid and its lifetime value, demand for specific powerhouse and produced energy line to selected bodies/areas, limitations and threats, security arrangement and procedures, geographic and perimeter organization, and the all-encompassing financial returns estimations from the nature of investing in the most beneficial and lower risk conditions accommodating the client’s specific needs in the renewable energy market referring to the regions in the Gulf, Middle East, and Turkey.

This allowed more room for safe planning and accurate projections of the long-term capital financing, which included carrying out the procedures and the support of high level engineering experts internationally on the structural planning for the grid and how it can operate physically, its transfer of electricity, powerhouses and storage units of current, infrastructures, estimated maintenance periods and appropriate levels of heat signatures with safety protocols carried out by thermal notice and cooling technologies, installation and implementation phases that should take place after logistics and freight of parts and accessories from manufacturing facilities locally and abroad.

The technical support team of energy experts and engineers carried out empirical observations and simulated development of the plants with AI powered climate change/heat signature forecasts for the next 10-20 years, which encountered increased uncertainty beyond acceptable threshold after years 5-8 and so carried out travel and fieldwork for value impact assessment of the geological and meteorological aspects of the land to integrate live data samples to populate onto machine learning systems for deeper integrated insights and accurate appraisal of the farther future periods based on geological properties and relevant historic figures with sustainable degrees of confidence through statistical distribution to mitigate any sort of risk in terms practically and financially.
Business development team carried out field tests for assurance through group reviews, surveys, consultations with domestic economic specialists and potential stakeholders, discussions with regional developers prior to effecting the model and delivering its process for implementation as analyzed by the engineering workstream, analysing local data on environmental management practices in solar and renewable energy from specialized reports as to regional growth of the sector emphasized by experts, local reviews of effective policies and their further changes with reference to the Paris Agreement on Climate Accords of 2015, and forecasting with quantitative indicators for forwardly added value precise principles on accurate decision making based on the used scientific and analytical methodologies appropriate to the field of work and client in mention.

Reference case 10

Full-fledged real estate strategy and business development

Initial stage to ongoing retainer commitments as advisory to the customer with regards to development of intention in the real estate and properties investment across the Gulf, Middle East, and Turkey.

Work covered: Business case development, Business consultancy, Business continuity and/or disaster recovery planning, Business policy strategy and/or appraisal, Business processes, Digital technology and cyber, Forecasting and/or planning, Organisational review, Programme & project management, Risk, compliance and/or opportunity management.

Benefit:

Accurate information on preferred investment portfolio driven by thorough insights
 

The work in this period included understanding needs and identifying risk levels under different operational scenarios, strategising and creating the roadmap for optimal efficiency and tracking, analysing historical formations of investments and long-term assets, modeling different return ratios under different classifications of investments, studying the environments in question and what can be expected, exploring opportunities for selection and shortlisting, preparation of risk-return portfolio booklet under every potential operation, fieldwork and delegation for administrative investigation and gathering insights, assembly of datasets and analytics for the registration of empirical data using AI and automation integrated tools for comprehending the accurate and adequate economic model and settings for next step investments and evaluations.

Reference case 11

Finance planning, computable forecasting, and structural implementation

Benefit:

Data-driven and precise decision making to finance activity
 

In this work we used the data collected from previous carried out phases for execution purposes through structural planning to emphasize safe investments regarding the prepared portfolio of assets in question along with their identified risk, opportunity, expected return, benefits and holding period, demand, limitations if any, and their all-encompassing numerical estimations and the nature of investing in the most appropriate and low risk conditions accommodating the customers specific needs in the Real Estate and properties market in the regions of Gulf, Middle East, and Turkey. This allowed more room for safe planning and accurate projections of the long-term capital financing, which included carrying out the procedures and the preparation of SPAs, representations with other parties, and other forms of legal assistance in commercial trade.

Structuring the finances to initiate the investing process assumed suitable implementation of the determined model produced from the planning for the portfolio under the empirical observation and development, along with banking procedures, travel and fieldwork for value impact assurance, group reviews, consultations with domestic economic specialists and potential stakeholders, discussions with regional property developers prior to effecting the model, analysing economic surveys and reports from experts as to regional growth, local reviews of effective fiscal policies and their further changes, and forecasting with quantitative indicators for forwardly added value for precise advisory to decision making based on the used statistical methodology appropriate the subjects and customer in mention, and level of confidence with the distribution of the objects variably in the portfolio according to several economic, financial, and risk factors. Work included: Business consultancy, Business continuity and/or disaster recovery planning, Change management, Development and/or review of policy, Digital technology and cyber, Forecasting and/or planning, Operational planning and/or improvement, Organisational review, Programme & project management, Risk compliance and/or opportunity management, Value for money reviews.

Reference case 12

Evaluation and improvement of investing activity

Initial stage to ongoing retainer commitments as advisory to the customer with regards to development of intention in the real estate and properties investment across the Gulf, Middle East, and Turkey.

Work covered: Business case development, Business consultancy, Business continuity and/or disaster recovery planning, Business policy strategy and/or appraisal, Business processes, Digital technology and cyber, Forecasting and/or planning, Organisational review, Programme & project management, Risk, compliance and/or opportunity management.

Benefit:

Accurate information on preferred investment portfolio driven by thorough insights
 

The work in this period included understanding needs and identifying risk levels under different operational scenarios, strategising and creating the roadmap for optimal efficiency and tracking, analysing historical formations of investments and long-term assets, modeling different return ratios under different classifications of investments, studying the environments in question and what can be expected, exploring opportunities for selection and shortlisting, preparation of risk-return portfolio booklet under every potential operation, fieldwork and delegation for administrative investigation and gathering insights, assembly of datasets and analytics for the registration of empirical data using AI and automation integrated tools for comprehending the accurate and adequate economic model and settings for next step investments and evaluations.

Reference case 13

Well rounded investigation and guideline about the people policies in a company

Benefit:

Review portfolio and people policies of target companies for investing - 2019-2021
 

We also held meetings with the managerial board, production line managers, employees, and CEO in an effort to know current and future plans to domestic retention and growth that is largely affected by the size of their teams, which was also impacted by COVID, increased employee turnover, and consumer behavioural change in purchasing habits. The work also consisted of reviewing policies and how effective they are in the terms of what the client wanted for a mature, growing, and established supplier and safe business for a long term holding commitment, assessing the policies’ potential to avoid employee troubles internally, externally, legal and litigation, and in-between the transfers of rights, ownerships, assets, or people themselves between places for carrying out their operations without hindrance to the business activities, and investigating how and what changes may be demanded to carry out a deal that could benefit both parties for a quality and assurance to an association. The signified analysis quantified rapport levels internally and externally with other partners to the business, and what impacts would a change in their protocols can result in.

We were involved in reviewing, assessing, investigating, drafting and implementing guidelines for policies that are relative to the economic operations for a particular activity in Turkey. We supported the client with regards to their desire to invest in a portfolio of assets, which opened significant room to review domestic policies that need to be taken into consideration for carrying out the required activities and assimilated within the in-house rules of the organisation. The work focused on people policies and person to person interactions that are standardized amongst employers in the country, under off the shelf private sector policies, when it comes to the guidelines for hiring new recruits, retaining personnel for a minimum indicated duration, and representing of shareholders through a principle/agent norm on board meetings. We conducted the necessary assessments and analysis to refreshing these policies tailored the needs of the client and partner entities.

Nonetheless we had to also review policies of target suppliers that operated various business branches owned by a family office that the client was interested in working with, which required us to review their practices by physically visiting their sites and seeing how their operations and employees are working besides their wellbeing in light of the standing levels of the owning family and management.

Reference case 14

Internal policies, strategy, tech and diligences investigation and transformation

We carried out the process of due diligence and corporate analysis of a target company in Dubai where we had to review and evaluate the in house policies of a new logistics company with fundraising and expansion goals. We were responsible for assuring the client that the diligences of this company, from top to bottom, are of good standing, respective of norms and standards imposed by local regulations, and that their people policies are airtight given the new and changing government policies on employment, labour law, HR and competition. In particular as well the review of competition’s habits to overtake competing companies’ personnel, which included this company in light of the fierce competition for this sector in the country and the increasing demand for more freight and logistics of everyday consumer habits and commerce in an accelerated expanding industry.

Benefit:

Knowledgeable decision making for investing after ringfencing target company
 

We evaluated the policies in light of what was observable from employees’ behaviour, new hires, and churn rates, benchmarked with several KPIs of good industry standards on managerial position persons and their benefits on one hand, and the operational employees in the field on the other hand to compare how effective are the equal access to benefits that were laid out in their people policies, and the potentially resulting people problems that may arise forwardly and cause litigation issues or employer-union troubles.
The outcomes of the investigation advised for a certain degree of change firstly in managerial habits dictated by the majority shareholder/CEO themselves, in terms of pooling monetary benefits and dividends, and the inefficiency of the payroll services that affected the wellbeing of most operational employees due to delayed wages and payments, rather less for higher position personnel that were involved in higher levels of compensation, and the necessity to hire an advisory team within the HR department who can steer their daily activities, direct the CEO’s people plans, and organize the realistic occupational expectations within the company in hiring new personnel to ensure meaningful and operable bilateral obligations from both the company’s management, and the performance of duties of both the old and new recruits in the field.

Reference case 15

Risk mapping exercise for evaluation, services and technologies

Benefit:

Deeper understanding of risk for government financing and funding purposes

 

Conducting thorough and deep risk mapping exercise of relevant risks, internal and external, associated with grants for the UKRI in London with identification, evaluation, and solutions.

Reference case 16

Skills For Growth in training and upskilling professionals and SMEs

Benefit:

Upskilling the workforce in the UK

A supplier for training in the service lines of Business and General Provisions in the framework with the Council of Coventry, Warwickshire and West Midlands administering training and upskilling for professionals and SMEs in the country.

Reference case 17

Commercial procurement and project delivery across UK public bodies - 2022-Ongoing

Benefit:

Procurement and project delivery for the entire UK central bodies

 

Main and primary supplier for commercial procurement and project delivery services across all kinds of procurement exercises, project advisory and support for all the Trusts, central bodies and public sector in the UK.

Reference case 18

Low Value Purchase System for a wide range of products and services

Benefit:

Supplying better pricing services below market value to the UK market across Agriculture, R&D, and Talent Recruitment.

Providing the services at better pricing below market value across agriculture, research and development, and talent recruitment and contingency labour to the UK market.

Reference case 19

Business growth advisors and export journey internationally - 2022-Ongoing

Benefit:

Supporting SMEs in Ireland in growing their businesses internationally

 

Supplying business growth advisors and advisory for Enterprise Ireland and Irish central government across multiple fields (people and management, sales and marketing, strategy, operations, and general support) supporting SMEs and local companies’ missions for growth internationally.

Reference case 20

Skills For Growth 1-to-1 High level business mentorship for Directors and Executives - 2022-Ongoing

Supplying extensive 1-to-1 high level business skills development training, mentorship, and upskilling to directors, managers, and company top management/executives.

Benefit:

1-to-1 mentorship and training to the workforce in the West Midlands, Coventry, and Warwickshire

 

Reference case 21

Skills Bootcamps reskilling and upskilling through high level specializations (levels 3-5 or equivalent) - 2022-Ongoing

Benefit:

High-level specializations training across all 7 sectors in the Liverpool region

Supplying high-level specialization training across the following 7 sectors:

·       Digital

·       Technical

·       Pathway to Accelerated Apprenticeships

·       Construction

·       Green Skills

·       Logistics (HGV)

·       Rail

Reference case 22

Management consultancy framework 3, RM6187, by CCS UK - 2021-ongoing

Benefit:

Supporting public bodies in the business management consultancy service line across all offerings

Supplying business management consultancy services to UK pubic sector and central bodies

Reference case 23

Digital outcomes 6 by CCS, UK - 2022-ongoing

Benefit:

Supporting public sector bodies across a multitude of digital support service lines and user research

Supplying digital support services across a plethora of digital based service lines, and user research as part of R&D

Reference case 24

General Business Consultancy Services

Benefit: Supporting Newcastle University in special consultancy services

Supplying general business consultancy services across 4 service lines of business, finance, internationalization and general business support to graduates

Reference case 25

Executive recruitment and Strategic HR Services

Benefit: Supporting East Shire councils and public sector bodies across all HR provisions in the UK

Supplying strategic HR services across 14 placements for executive and managerial, permanent and temporary/interim, recruitment.

Reference case 26

Business, Management and ICT Consultancy Services

Benefit: Supporting the Irish government in its largest consultancy multiservices framework

Supplying business, policy and economics consultancy services to the Irish government and public sector.

Reference case 27

Learning and Development Council Wide Training

Benefit: Supporting Telford and Wrekin councils in development and training

Supplying learning and development training services across all 14 various service lines to Telford and Wrekin councils in the UK.

Reference case 28

Executive headhunting Services

Benefit: Supporting the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority in executive headhunting

Supplying executive headhunting services to the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority in the UK.