As you will have noticed, we now have a different name, logo and website.
We've been doing a lot of work behind-the-scenes during the past year to get us to the final point in our journey to becoming a procurement consultancy and our new name, logo and website are the last part of that.
Our new brand identity reflects our new organisational restructure to ensure we're fit for purpose in the ever-changing procurement landscape and our ethos that if you work collaboratively together, everyone involved in their process will Prosper.
Rod Brasington, chief executive of Prosper, said: “We want to stand out in a crowded marketplace and be known as a professional procurement partner that offers tailored solutions, not just a procurement consortium who offer OJEU compliant frameworks.
“The changes we’ve made to our organisation in the past year have made a real difference to the work we’re doing with our current Members and we’re really excited to see how things develop as we move forward into new projects.”
Earlier this year, we appointed three new members to our board as part of our organisation’s governance restructure.
Ian Johnson, chief executive of Tyne Housing, Charlotte McMurchie, partner and head of Real Estate Dispute Resolution Muckles LLP and Barry Pollock, managing partner of full-service agency, The Works now sit on the new board.
Ian Johnston, chair of the board, said: “We’re all very excited for the future of Prosper. The new board members bring a wealth of experience with them and we all have a clear idea of where Prosper should position themselves in the sector. I’m really looking forward to helping the organisation in its next chapter.”
We'll also be launching a development framework and material distribution framework in the coming months- keep an eye on our website for more details.