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Case Study - Resources for Change

Resources for Change, (R4C) is a socially responsible, employee owned consultancy with a significant reputation for innovation in involving people. As a company, Resources for Change originated in the field of environmental management and today we still link our expertise in this area with work which looks at integrating people and their environment.

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Resources for Change, (R4C) is a socially responsible, employee owned
consultancy with a significant reputation for innovation in involving people.
As a company, Resources for Change originated in the field of environmental management and today we still link our expertise in this area with work which looks at integrating people and their environment. R4C was originally established in January 1997 by Steve Evison in response to changing approaches to sustainable development.

We involve people in sustainable change, focusing on stakeholder engagement, organisational and community development. Because we work both at grassroots and strategically, we have developed a reputation for ‘bridging the gap’ between sectors and creating real and long-lasting results. 

We work locally, regionally, nationally and internationally - in rural, urban and peri-urban communities. The benefit of this, for our clients, and us is the opportunity to exchange techniques and experiences, between geographical and thematic areas.  The main services we offer are:
·           stakeholder consultation and facilitation
·           appraisal, monitoring and evaluation
·           developing regional and national environmental/rural strategy
·           information collection, collation and presentation
·           organisational development
·           socio-economic studies
·           training
·           overseas project support

With a base in mid Wales, our team works primarily from home locations in Wales, Shropshire, Yorkshire, London and west Sussex. We also maintain a team of associates around the country to provide any additional specialisms required by clients at a realistic cost.

We have been using Sell2Wales for some years and been pleased to win tenders on many occasions, you can read about these, and other work we do on our website. 

Tips for successful tendering  - resolve any queries with the client before submission and double