Consultancy Market Guide 2012
Despite a tough economic climate, many environmental consultancies are thriving by cementing their core UK skills and looking abroad for new opportunities
As one of ENDS’s longest running and most popular annual reports, the Consultancy Market Guide updates readers on market data affecting the sector and gives consultancies a voice to inform others about their work and experiences.
This report profiles and showcases the work of a selection of environmental consultancies. Set against an ongoing bleak UK and European economic backdrop, these companies highlight the current challenges, trends and opportunities within the UK and worldwide marketplace.
Government austerity has had a severe effect on consultancy revenue and jobs, says Alison Carter. But the outlook looks more promising
Many large environmental services companies say they are resilient and optimistic about the future, says Bob Cervi
An increasingly sustainability savvy and demanding client base means the sector is becoming ever more competitive, explains Nick Fleming
A diversified approach to growth can get consultancies through these difficult economic times, says Richard McLaren
Consultancies must focus on their core strengths and signature skills to stay ahead of competitors, says Steve Mustow
International acquisitions and a flexible attitude to UK customers can boost growth, even in a tough economic climate, says Alan Edwards
A pioneering system is identifying opportunities for renewable heat in Scotland. Sam Preece explains how the project developed
Based in Tarporley but work across the UK | Element Sustainability
London | JSM Associates
Belfast (City/Town) | Northern Ireland Civil Service, Department of the Environment
England, various locations | Environment Agency
Leeds | JSM Associates
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