AP Benson appointed to London Development Agency Specialist Consultancy Panel

AP Benson appointed to London Development Agency Specialist Consultancy Panel

AP Benson consultants Tom Girn, Shally Kaur and Craig Livingstone have been selected to provide advice and business support services to the London Development Agency (LDA) as a result of a recent tender process.

As part of the London Development Agency Specialist Consultancy panel, AP Benson will fill capability gaps in LDA project and programme development services. AP Benson has been chosen to provide strategic, advisory and practical experience in the project, programme management, knowledge and enterprise domain, key areas of interest being in SME business support, science and technology expertise in nanotechnology, environmental technology, life sciences, manufacturing and creative industries. In addition AP Benson has also been chosen to provide similar expertise in the business management and operations domain with a key area of interest being process re-engineering.

These services will be provided on a short term or interim basis as required by the London Development Agency Specialist Consultancy Panel.

AP Benson has been chosen due to its wide ranging and extensive practical experience of helping SMEs and technology based companies to achieve their strategic goals in areas such as start up, product development, operations, project management and business development.

Managing Director Tom Girn said "We are delighted to be a member of the London Development Agency Specialist Council and we expect our business and technology expertise to add real value to LDA programmes and future strategies."

AP Benson is a management and economic development consultancy with offices around the country including the West Midlands, London, Cardiff and the Thames Valley. Since the company's formation it has provided services to the public and private sector in a range of fields including financial consultancy, project evaluation, business development and IT Transformation. 

Dr Craig Livingstone

7th January 2008

 

 

Posted on 7th January 2008