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.
“[The best bit about their work] was that fact that we didn’t feel done onto as a business; we actually felt like we have developed our understanding of quality impact work. This is because of Alan and Oliver’s time, support, humour and guidance; we feel that they are part of our team which is important to us as charity and they have grown with us.
Through our partnership with Skyblue and Envoy and our own personal development we have not just been able to produce our own impact work and utilise it on a regular basis to inform developments but also to influence the impact measurement vision for the sport for development sector.
We value Skyblue and Envoy so much that they have become part of our family here at the Trust. They are both at the end of the phone when needed and great to have them involved with the team’s social occasions too!”
“They produced a very thorough analysis of our apprenticeship programme, which helped us make a powerful case for further apprenticeships and alternative employment pathways in the sector. Their report was a really useful document for us to share with our stakeholders.”