Mutual Ventures

Mutual Ventures works throughout the UK to transform public services and improve their sustainability.

Our approach is based on our knowledge and commitment to public services and a ‘can do’ spirit. We understand that every client faces their own challenges and that every service is unique and as such our team will work in partnership with you to find a solution that fits.

We work across all sectors including children’s services, adult social care, health and also support local services in the community.

COVID-19 has shaken the UK’s citizens, communities and economy. We are on hand to help local authorities lead their local plan for recovery so that people and places can come back stronger.

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Free Family Hubs webinar: Weds 22nd July 10-11.30am

Join our webinar co-hosted with the Family Hubs Network for insight into the hub model of integrated local public services and how it can help with COVID-19 recovery. Register here. About Family Hubs Family Hubs are an emerging ultra-localised way of delivering public services, which brings together public service professionals and communities to provide support to…

A national adult care model must be about the mutual bond between local people and places

John Copps argues that adult social care must be about the bond between local people and places. This article was originally published on Paul Corrigan’s Health Matters blog. The experience of the COVID-19 crisis has reminded us that people – old and young – want to be connected to where they live. Most of us…

Local authorities must work with communities to lead the COVID-19 recovery

John Copps argues that the recovery from COVID-19 needs to be a joint endeavour with councils, communities and local businesses all pulling in the same direction. The COVID-19 crisis has shown our country’s reliance on public services, and the value of them to us all. But more than that, the response to the pandemic has…

An effective COVID-19 recovery plan requires co-operation

Jamie McMahon outlines five areas where co-operative values and principles can support local authorities in the recovery from COVID-19. A version of this article was originally posted on the Co-operative Councils’ Innovation Network website. Amongst the tragedy COVID-19, there have been a few reasons for optimism: the new-found appreciation for the work of our public…

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