Powerful results, whatever the brief.
Working at the interface of public-private partnerships, Ngage has the flexibility to take on a wide range of projects beyond our core offer. With our broad skill set, expertise in project management and effective network of professional connections, we are a reliable, innovative delivery partner. By working with the best in their fields in academia, government, business and the charitable sector, we can open doors and deliver game-changing results.
Ngage has extensive experience in the following areas:
Working across international borders with local delivery partners to roll-out scaled projects.
Commercial Advisor and Wayfinding Services
Connecting organisations in need of professional advice and services with the best of the local supply chain.
Research and Market-Testing
Delivering complex research projects to evaluate present and future market needs and supply-side obstacles across sectors or geographies. Or market testing concepts, products or services with target customers.
Engaging with diverse groups to improve life-chances, from women and BME communities to the socially excluded and those dealing with mental health issues
Children and Young Adults
Collaborating with education and business to raise aspirations and improve professional opportunities for children and young adults.
Event Management and Marketing
Organising exhibitions, conferences, seminars, workshops and social media campaigns which connect people to opportunity and skills.
The Low Carbon Sustainable Business Conference delivered on its promises, bringing together speakers and delegates dedicated to eco innovation, energy efficiency and sustainable business travel.
The project aimed to release the untapped potential of talented women who are under-utilised in the workforce, in particular targeting female middle-managers who had not yet broken through to senior management.
A pilot programme, running in the Thames Valley and the Malopolska region in Poland, which aimed to increase the awareness of enterprise and entrepreneurship among teachers and their students and to build an enterprise culture in schools.
A project designed to help people with mental health difficulties in Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire to start their own businesses.
Many offenders face challenges in finding employment after release from prison. This pilot project entitled “Could you give yourself a job?” ran at two prisons in Buckinghamshire and encouraged offenders to think about their skills, research business ideas and explore the opportunity to become their own boss on release.
A consultancy project to analyse market opportunities for Milton Keynes Council to run a range of services on social enterprise models.