Mutual Ventures

We are passionate about better, more sustainable public services

Our approach is based on our knowledge and commitment to public services whether delivered within the public sector or independently. We work across all areas including children’s services, health and social care, culture services and more.

We understand that every client faces their own challenges. Our team bring a ‘can do’ spirit and will work in partnership with you to find a solution that fits.

We work throughout the UK, with offices in London, Bristol and Cardiff

Latest News

End of austerity? Not yet for public services

MV’s Andrew Laird argues that we must bring public services closer together to keep future demand under control. This week, the Chancellor confirmed that the public finances are improving. But with Brexit fast approaching and businesses crying out for government support to deal the impact, public services are unlikely to see the financial floodgates opening…

New models of General Practice must tackle the increasing strain on GPs, as well as improve the offer to patients

John Copps argues that if new approaches to General Practice are to be successful, they must work for both patients and the workforce “If General Practice fails, the NHS fails.” That is the stark warning from the NHS’s Five Year Forward View. It is difficult to understate the importance of General Practice to the NHS:…

More Government funding available to support new delivery models

Tracey Crouch – Minister for Sport and Civil Society has announced a further £1 million in funding for the Mutuals Support Programme which supports organisations looking to either become or grow as Public Service Mutuals (see definition below). This is in addition to the £1.7 million already allocated to the overall programme when it launched…

Are you brave enough to cede control of services?

Emmet Regan argues that public service bodies need to cede individual organisational control in order to ensure greater collective control over the services they provide within the wider public service system. A version of this article appeared in the MJ on 13 March – click here. The fallacy of public sector control is that although…

Twitter

  • If you’re at NCAS do come along to hear Trevor Doughty (DCS Cornwall) and the MV team talk on the next steps for Ch…
  • RT @alissa_davies: Delighted to be at speaking with @MutualVentures @aglaird about our work with Cornwall Council on integrate…
  • Want to work at the cutting edge of public sector reform? We are looking for Senior Consultants to join our growing…
  • Public services are in a very tight spot. Current demand must be met - but neglecting to invest in prevention store…
  • The budget gave welcome help to the NHS and a bit of help to social care - but future demand is building relentless…
  • Read our article on the future of primary care - how it must work for patients and GPs
  • @aglaird talking new models for NHS estates and facilities services ⁦@HCEstates⁩
Ad
Ad
Ad
Ad
MENU