Envoy Partnership is an advisor in evidence-based research and strategic communications. We specialise in measuring and demonstrating the value of social, economic and environmental impacts. We are dedicated to providing organisations, stakeholders, investors and policy makers with the most holistic and robust evaluation tools with which to enhance their decision-making, performance management and operational practices.
We are a collaborative team of consultants who specialise in providing clients with actionable research, evaluation, and insight to enhance strategic planning. Our team have experience of working across a range of sectors and a track record of delivering high quality services for our clients.
We offer a range of services to help clients understand the effectiveness of their processes, the impact on their stakeholders, and the value that they create for society. In particular, we focus on Social Value, Social Return on Investment (SROI), and Stakeholder Research.
A number of our reports and publications are available to download from our website.
“Whilst speaking to potential consultants Envoy Partnership stood out as the organisation that could bring the skills required for the task and also paid the greatest attention to our objectives. [The best bits of Envoy’s work were] flexibility and communication – Envoy Partnership adapted throughout the project for example in designing the project team to meet our budget, altering their approach during the data collection phase, and providing a variety of forms of feedback at the end of the project… This project may kick start a new robust but practical approach to evaluation across the organisation.”
“[The best bit of Envoy’s work were] their expertise and professionalism. I have been thoroughly impressed by the breadth of their knowledge and the way in which they have dealt with our customers and partners… By understanding the social return on our investment I am hopeful that the Council and our partners can see the difference that the prototype is making in terms of community wellbeing and community resilience, as well as financially to the public purse.”