LEARNING FROM OTHER INDUSTRIES
PRICING: LEARNING FROM OTHER INDUSTRIES
ACE’s Future of Consultancy themed webinars return with a new series exploring the changing face of the industry.
The virtual events include episodes on future risk, delivery models, pricing, roles and services, and are designed to not only provoke discussion and debate, but provide attendees with a firmer grasp of an ever-changing business landscape.
With the publication of the Construction Playbook and in advance of the expected launch of the Construction Innovation Hub’s Value Toolkit – both ‘game-changers’ in their own rights – there has never been a better time to explore the potential for new ways of delivering and working.
Joining your host, ACE’s chief executive Hannah Vickers, will be a range of industry thought leaders from the Cabinet Office, CECA, and the Construction Innovation Hub (CIH). Prominent guests from ACE members including Arcadis, Arup, Buro Happold and WSP in the UK also join to share their experiences and insight, with more TBA soon.
Pricing: Learning from other industries
Margot Day (Buro Happold, chair ACE Legal & Commercial), Nick Smith (Siemens) and Sarah Wilkes (Arcadis) join host Tim Chapman of Arup to explore what we can learn from other industries on pricing as our offering and services evolve.
This webinar will take place on Wednesday 10 March 2021 from 12.00pm to 1.00pm.
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You may also be interested in the other episodes of this vital webinar series, which are free to attend for members and non-members alike:
Pricing: Getting the best from consultants – Monday 15 March, 12.00pm
Emma-Jane Houghton (Cabinet Office) joins Hannah Vickers to discuss how to select the right pricing and reward model, and how to incentivise consultants to deliver their best work.
Future roles and services for consultants – Wednesday 24 March, 1.30pm
Paul Tremble (WSP in the UK, chair ACE Pipeline and Procurement) explores the future roles consultancies will play as the partner of choice along the lifecycle of an asset.
Future roles and services for contractors – Tuesday 13 April, 12.00pm
Alasdair Reisner (CECA) joins Hannah to discuss what the future roles and services mean to contractors, how they will interact with a new offering from consultants and what it all means for clients and other stakeholders.