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Maximising revenue and reducing overhead costs in the Education Sector

Date September 18th 2020 by in Categories Education, Energy

Maximising revenue and reducing overhead costs in the Education Sector

We’re delighted to be working with Phil Herriot from the Lloyds Bank Education team and Tim Warneford, Academy Funding Consultant to support academy trusts seeking to optimise resources and maximise potential.

As a multi-service procurement consultancy who specialise in streamlining costs and improving efficiencies, we feel that the concept of optimising the school estate goes hand in hand with what we do. We hope that together we can help trusts to make the most out of their current estate, optimising facilities to ensure that they are as energy efficiency as possible, cutting running costs wherever as possible as well as making sure that all available revenue generating schemes are optimised to ensure maximum returns.

DOWNLOAD OUR WHITEPAPERS

With endorsement from Phil at Lloyds Bank we have put together two papers that cover the wide range of solutions available.

Click below for a whitepaper on how Warneford Consultants can help you to maximise your school estate to generate vital income for reinvestment:

Optimising the school estate to generate additional revenue streams 

Click below for a whitepaper on how BCR Associates can help academy trusts to reduce costs on energy spend and improve energy efficiency and sustainability:

Reducing Energy costs and improving efficiency within the Education Sector

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST

Tim is currently hosting a series of podcasts: ‘Developing the trust; Joining the dots’. These explore how professional services across the academy sector can better collaborate to provide trusts with an enhanced service, improving their awareness of both challenges and opportunities that exist as an independent business. See below for more information.

Developing the trust


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