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 part of Envoy’s work was] How they worked with our staff team and customers during the research. Great communication – always kept meetings, gave updates, had time to talk technical bits through with us and discuss any issues properly. Very easy to interact with them. Solutions focused. Thorough and comprehensive… Thank you Oliver, Andy and Emma. You were a great team to work with and I received positive feedback from many other stakeholders you met during your research phase. Very professional and relatable, you made us feel like we were your priority. Thank you for doing an excellent job!!”
“They worked really well with our intern and gave him guidance and new skills to carry out the work. Also the work allowed us to demonstrate the impact of our community investment work to the board and make the business case for substantially increased budget for the future… We now have a large budget to invest in the community so there should be a substantial impact on the community as a result of this piece of work.”