Eastside Primetimers chief executive Richard Litchfield and our practical Good Merger Guide have recently been featured in two in-depth articles by MissionBox about charity mergers. MissionBox is a global network that connects not-for-profit people and organisations worldwide.
On April 1st, Grenfell Housing and Training merged into Evolve Housing + Support, creating a major homelessness provider
Our contract readiness work helped the Royal Association for Deaf people and Abbeycroft Leisure win new service delivery contracts
We were recently approved as a provider for the Access Impact Management Programme, helping organisations scale their impact
EP consultant Nikki Wilson looks at what charities really need to know about social investment to make the best decisions for themselves
Richard Litchfield on the Charity Governance Code – will it induce mergers or better governance? (originally in the Guardian)
Blog for Local Charities Day on unique strengths and values of local charities and how they can utilise social investment.
Blog by analyst Emma Steele on her experiences at the Good Deals fair this year and how to make social investment work for the sector.
Eastside Primetimers have published the Good Merger Index 2015/6, our third annual comprehensive look at charity mergers and consolidation activity.
Blog on lessons from the Troubled Families programme, following on from one of our Foundation seminars
On November 24th we’re launching our 2015/16 Good Merger Index with an event. Contact us if you would like to attend.
For Trustees’ Week 2016, our consultant Nikki Wilson writes about the role charity Boards play in sustainability
Latest in our Eastside Primetimers Foundation seminar series, looking at when charities must resort to the law
New blog posted about health and social care and the use of big data to underpin preventative service delivery, per one of recent seminars
Our latest Eastside Primetimers Foundation seminar on October 5th is looking at services for families with complex and multiple needs
Update on our latest upcoming seminar on September 13th, looking at impact and the use of data in health and social care
We’re pleased to welcome former MP and charity executive Jackie Ballard to our board, bringing a wealth of experience
Richard Litchfield blogs on how to make grant funding go further (originally appeared in Charity Times)
EP is currently seeking to expand our analyst team, by creating a new role with an orientation towards social investment
New blog post about Catch22 and social business as an emerging trend in the sector, drawing on our recent seminar