Subjects: Services, Consulting
Tips for grant management: Key considerations for organisations after they receive a grant
London Sport Consultancy funding expert Aaron Dunkley looks at what to do after you've been successful with your funding application and offers his top tips to help you manage your grant well and to keep your grant-maker happy:
London Sport Consultancy support launch of new Couch to Fitness web app
London Sport Consultancy has been working with Our Parks on the launch the updated Couch to Fitness programme which is now available as a website app.
Meet the Team: Michelle, Head of Consultancy
As part of our London Sport Consultancy’s 'Meet the Team series', we’re sitting down with the key team members working on our consultancy services. Here, we introduce Michelle Vorel-Adams, our Head of Consultancy and Commercial Partnerships.
Introduction to grant funding: Top tips from a funding expert
Communications Officer Aimée Palmer considers the main lessons learned from London Sport Consultancy's free webinar on grant funding which took place earlier this week.
Meet the Team: Alex, Head of Sport Tech Hub
As part of our London Sport Consultancy’s re-brand, we’re sitting down with the key team members working on our consultancy services. Our 'Meet the Team series' introduces Alex Zurita, Head of Sport Tech Hub.
High-quality strategies ensure better allocation of capacity and investment
Strategic Relationship Manager Lorna Leach looks at how a strategy can be more than a powerful document but a component of positive change and the best ways to get your strategy ideas off the ground.
London Sport Consultancy to support Hillingdon Council with physical activity and sport strategy
London Sport Consultancy is excited to be re-commissioned by Hillingdon Council to support the development of a borough-wide physical activity and sport strategy.
London Sport Consultancy to help develop Couch to Fitness to meet the needs of inactive women
Our Parks have appointed London Sport Consultancy to further develop Couch to Fitness following our successful collaboration in creating and launching the programme in 2020.
London Sport and Port of London Authority investigate future of water sports on South East’s ‘blue’ spaces
Water sport clubs in London, Essex and Kent have a chance to shape the future of physical activity on the tidal Thames and other “blue” spaces across the region in a joint Port of London Authority (PLA) and London Sport Consultancy research project.
City of London to investigate how it can re-imagine sport and physical activity
The City of London Corporation is to investigate how it can re-imagine sport and physical activity within the Square Mile with the help of London Sport’s consultancy services.
Challenging perspectives and inspiring fresh approaches using qualitative research
Senior Insight Manager Daniel Stracey looks at the importance of qualitative research and how, despite the covid-19 restrictions, it can play a key role in helping the physical activity and sport sector learn and improve its offer to inactive Londoners.
New recruitment practices helps us better reflect the city we serve
Director of Finance, People and Governance Susan Hutton writes about how BeApplied has helped saved staff time and ensured a fairer recruitment system as London Sport continues to build a diverse team which is reflective of the city which it serves.
London Sport's Insight Consultancy commissioned by UK Deaf Sport to assess new activity programme
London Sport Consultancy has been commissioned by UK Deaf Sport to support with the assessment of a new programme aiming to develop new and lasting sport and physical activity opportunities.
London Sport, Haringey and Enfield Councils to research Turkish and Kurdish participation in physical activity
London Sport have been commissioned by Haringey and Enfield Councils to explore rates of participation in physical activity among Turkish and Kurdish residents across the two north London boroughs.
With over 30,000 Turkish and Kurdish residents living across the two boroughs, Haringey and Enfield Councils have identified a need to better understand the communities’ current participation in phys