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Tomorrow’s Procurement; In Partnership with Pagabo

Tuesday, 7th March 2023 0800hrs – Wednesday, 8th March 2023 1700hrs

The Custard Factory, Birmingham

Tomorrow’s Procurement is the NEW industry leading destination EVENT for property, construction and infrastructure leaders.

Why Should You Attend?

HELP DEVELOP & MODERNISE PROCUREMENT IN THE INDUSTRY

  • Get involved in creating an output to national government explaining how procurement in the sector needs to change
  • Join the discussion regarding how we make procurement more effective, and embed the Golden Standard through digitalisation and modernisation
  • Input into tackling challenges such as the skills shortage, enhancing social value, rising supply chain costs, sustainability and more

IF YOU ARE PROCURING…

  • Network with your industry peers including local authorities, developers and major national bodies to share challenges and opportunities
  • Discover how to achieve maximum value for money in this challenging economic period
  • Understand forthcoming procurement legislation
  • Learn how you can influence the supply chain regarding the provision of social value, net zero requirements etc.
  • Explore the scarcity of bidders, inflation pressures and more
  • Spark ideas on how you can get more local SME’s actively involved in works
  • Talk to framework providers regarding the benefits of utilising frameworks

IF YOU’RE LOOKING TO WIN WORK…

  • Meet procurement decision makers from clients that want to engage with you to understand how to best procure work. Clients include:- Public Sector Organisations, Developers, Government Bodies ie, HS2, NHS Property, National Highways, Universities, Investors, Architects, Contractors, Housebuilders etc.
  • Take advantage of pre-arranged, facilitated meetings supported by the Built Environment Networking team allowing you to have access to key decision makers
  • Improve your ability to win work – learn how to WIN bids and secure work by understanding client needs, improve your bid writing and learn about the important areas such as ESG, sustainability and social value which are impacting decisions
  • Discover new tender opportunities yet to go to market

Join hundreds of developers, infrastructure organisations, framework operators, policy makers and asset owners for a mixture of thought leadership and exclusive sector announcements guaranteed to improve your company’s chances of futureproofing a pipeline of projects.

Some of the organisations to have already secured their attendance include:

This exciting new event has a multitude of stages and activities throughout the day to facilitate new commercially rewarding connections, stimulate discussion, enhance knowledge sharing and improve the industry’s procurement processes. The content will take place in number areas of The Custard Factory:

Main Stage @ The Old Library

09:00 – 09:15

Conference Welcome

Phil Laycock – Director, Built Environment Networking

Main Stage @ The Old Library

09:15 – 09:30

Keynote Speaker

Gerard Toplass – CEO, Pagabo / The 55 Group

Main Stage @ The Old Library

09:30 – 10:30

The Future of Procurement and the Impact on Britain’s Built Environment Industry

What will Tomorrow’s Procurement processes look like and how will your organisation need to evolve? This panel of high-level policy makers, real estate leaders and construction experts share their thoughts to kick off the conference.

This session is sponsored by Pagabo.

Speakers include:

Gerard Toplass – CEO, Pagabo / The 55 Group

Jason Longhurst – Head of Sustainable Investment and Development, Prologis

Emma Briggs – Procurement Director, Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing

Martin Traynor OBE – Small Business Crown Representative, Cabinet Office

Pavanjit Devsi – Director of Procurement and Contracts, North East London NHS Foundation Trust

Best Practice Stage @ The Cinema

10:30 – 11:00

Rise Construction Framework – Using the Power of Social Procurement to Tackle Deprivation and Poverty

Rise Construction Framework combine construction projects with delivering social value – particularly on projects ranging from £1m – £15m. This session will hear about their USP and details on their upcoming renewals and new frameworks hitting the market.

Speakers include:

Sara Lawton – Director, Rise Construction Framework

Main Stage @ The Old Library

11:00 – 12:00

Smarter Spending: How Challenge-Based Procurement is Sparking New Solutions and Value in the Built Environment Sector

Procurement is a powerful tool for stimulating and scaling innovative solutions, yet it is largely underexploited due to misconceptions about what can and can’t be done under current regulations. This session will explode the myths surrounding procurement of innovation, discuss the upcoming reforms and showcase pioneering examples where built environment commissioners are working with the market to identify and introduce powerful new technologies and solutions.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Chair: Sam Markey – Ecosystem Director – Place Leadership, Connected Places Catapult

Elvira Uyarra – Director of the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, University of Manchester

Glen Combe – Head of Sourcing (Technology), Network Rail

Robin Polding – Research Commercialisation Policy Lead, Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Roundtable Room

11:00 – 12:00

For The Many Not The Few – How We Can Encourage More SME Engagement Within The Procurement Process

This session will bring together major organisations to discuss how SME’s can be beneficial to the procurement process  how they can be encouraged to become more involved.

This roundtable is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Chris Cuthell – Head of Procurement and Supply, Accent Housing Group

James Grainger – Head of Channel, BRE Group

Martin Traynor OBE – Small Business Crown Representative, Cabinet Office

Fahmida Nisa – Online Event Manager, Built Environment Networking

John Reid – Managing Director, Herts Living

John Thompson – Head of Procurement, City of Wolverhampton Council

Amanda Griffiths – Director, Built Environment Networking

Frameworks Stage @ The Cinema

11:30 – 12:00

Procurement Hub – £1.3bn Framework and DPS Showcase

Procurement Hub has over £1.3bn of spend under management – with two solutions methods being used, both frameworks and DPS. This session will look into the USP’s and explore upcoming opportunities both on renewal and new frameworks.

Speakers include:

Sophie Quenby – Head of Consortium Services, Procurement Hub

Best Practice Stage @ The Cinema

11:30 – 12:00

Mental Health in the Construction Industry

The London Construction Programme (LCP) provide procurement platforms for public sector organisations in London and the home counties, for their construction related works and services. One of the main priorities the LCP are focussing on is mental health and wellbeing in the construction sector. With the highest rate of suicide of any profession, 700 a year, one in seven workers have known a colleague who has taken their own life, and a shocking 87% reported anxiety and 70% depression. Partnering with charity Mates in Mind, and the HSE, this session will look at what measures the LCP are implementing to improve mental health, boost productivity, and ultimately save lives.

Speakers include:

Lisa Bliss – Commercial Business Partner, London Construction Programme

Frameworks Stage @ The Cinema

12:30 – 13:00

LHC – Delivering Better Buildings and Homes

LHC has 19 frameworks and 1 DPS across a multitude of construction related sectors, from new build homes and offsite construction to property maintenance and energy efficiency. With over 1,000 projects and £500m of delivered work this session will look at their USP’s and the opportunities to enter into their DPS and frameworks.

Speakers include:

Neil Barker – Regional Director, LHC

Main Stage @ The Old Library

13:00 – 14:00

How The Focus on Social Value is Set To Reshape Procurement

In recent years social value has become one of the sector’s most important focuses, aiming to deliver the not just places to live and work but places that drive real social impact to our towns and cities – this session will delve into how we can weave social value into the procurement process as well as success stories and looking to the future.

This session is sponsored by Faithful+Gould, member of the SNC-Lavalin Group.

Speakers include:

Chair: Peter Masonbrook – Head of Social Value, Faithful+Gould

James Manning – Social Impact Lead , Grosvenor

Ginny Warr – Head of Procurement, British Land

Adwoa Owusu-Banahene – Director, TOBS Consultancy

Roundtable Room

13:00 – 14:00

Procurement for Housing – Navigating Challenges and Exploring Opportunities

Increased regulatory and financial constraints on local authorities and welfare reforms mean that housing associations need to find ways of stretching their budgets to meet the need to build new affordable housing whilst private sector housing developers are having to battle supply chain challenges to deliver on time. This session brings together leadership from developers and local authorities, and housing associations to discuss how they can do more with less while adhering to core principals of quality procurement.

This roundtable is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

David Smith – Board Member, UK Business Council for Sustainable Development

Paul Williams – Technical Manager, Procurement for Housing

Rebecca Baldwin – Procurement Manager, Progress Housing Group

Ben Jones – Regional Manager, Pagabo

Max Scrymgeour – Head of Procurement, Magna Housing Ltd

Fahmida Nisa – Online Event Manager, Built Environment Networking

Frameworks Stage @ The Cinema

13:30 – 14:00

Procure Partnerships Framework: Simplifying Procurement for the Public Sector

Procure Partnerships will share details in this session of their OJEU complaint frameworks – which provide value for money, time saving and measurable social value. With 61 healthcare clients, 76 local authority clients, 49 education clients and 20 blue light clients, they’re actively at the forefront and will share details in the event of their USPs and their frameworks coming up for renewal in the future.

Speakers include:

Faye Dolan – National Framework Manager, Procure Partnerships Framework

Main Stage @ The Old Library

14:30 – 15:30

Procurement for a Net Zero World

A panel of innovators and sustainability experts explore how construction procurement can play its part in the race to net zero by taking a look at some of the most daunting challenges facing the public and private sector.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Nicky Wright – Supply Chain Manager, HS2 Ltd

Trina Chakravarti – Project Director, Building Better – The 30 Housing Association/Local Authority Alliance

Jamie McKechnie – Group Procurement Director, Kier Property

Frameworks Stage @ The Cinema

14:30 – 15:00

NEPO (North East Procurement Organisation) – 70+ Procurement Solutions

With over 70 procurement solutions and a new £800m construction works framework, NEPO are one of the leading procurement specialists in the North East. This session will delve into their work, their USP’s and the opportunities to join their list of suppliers and operators.

Speakers include:

Laura Kyle – Construction Lead, NEPO (North East Procurement Organisation)

Fringe Events

16:00 – 17:30

Drinks Reception

After the days programme on Tuesday 7th March has ended there will be an open drinks reception at The Old Library at 4pm till 5.30pm that everyone is welcome to attend. There will be a cash bar and fantastic networking opportunities if you have missed any during the day.

Location: The Old Library, Gibb Street, Birmingham, B9 4AT

Fringe Events

17:30 – 19:30

Tomorrow’s Procurement Festival of Achievement

Join us for the Tomorrow’s Procurement Festival of Achievement – set to take place within The Custard Factory on the first evening of the event, Tuesday 7th March.

The festival will recognise innovation and game-changing approaches within the world of procurement, awarding those who stand out above and beyond to create a more sustainable, inclusive and positive industry.

Unlike a traditional awards ceremony, we’re scrapping the traditional black-tie sit-down meal and instead are creating an incredible and vibrant awards ceremony that brings together fantastic networking opportunities, street food and a fully stocked bar to truly create a more inclusive and diverse event.

Location: The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham, B9 4AA

Main Stage @ The Old Library

09:30 – 10:30

Creating the 'Gold Standard' of Construction Procurement and Frameworks

‘Constructing the Gold Standard’ is an independent framework review endorsed in the September 2022 Construction Playbook by government and by 49 leading industry organisations. It provides a unique opportunity to turbo-charge public sector frameworks and framework contracts so that they sit at the heart of efficiency, value, risk management and net zero carbon.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Professor David Mosey – Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution, King’s College London

Jessica Munn – Framework and Partnership Lead, Speller Metcalfe

Clare Chamberlain – Head of Construction Category – Works, Crown Commercial Service

Roundtable Room

10:00 – 11:00

Shifting the Culture – Changing the sector’s mindset to overcome ever-present challenges

Overcoming challenges in the Construction sector has been frustratingly slow over the years with many of the challenges faced today being the same as in the previous two decades. This session will explore these challenges such as the skills and recruitment gap, implementing MMC, removing the silos of self-interest and collaborative working and delve into the opportunities that overcoming these challenges will present.

This roundtable is sponsored by Wates.

Speakers Include:

Mike Bilko – Pre- Construction Director, Wates

Alison Wring – Director – Commercial Science/Tech Lead, AECOM

Cllr Samer Bagaeen – Member for Environment, Transport and Sustainability, Brighton & Hove City Council

James Buckley-Walker – Partner, 3PM

Frameworks Stage @ The Cinema

10:30 – 11:00

Crown Commercial Service – Power To Your Procurement

CCS has a wide range of agreements available with a multitude for the construction, estates management and built environment sector. With 112 active agreements, and 35 upcoming framework/DPS agreements in the pipeline there is a plethora of options within their arsenal, and we’ll be hearing about these and more detail on the upcoming opportunities by CCS themselves.

Speakers include:

Stephen Walters – Head of Category – Construction, Crown Commercial Service

Main Stage @ The Old Library

11:00 – 12:00

How Retrofit Procurement is Key to Achieving Net Zero

With millions of homes across the UK needing green retrofit work undertaking over the coming decades, this panel brings together stakeholders tasked with delivering the ambition to set out what needs to be done to complete the challenge ahead and the role procurement will play in achieving this.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers Include:

Elizabeth Froude – Group Chief Executive, Platform Housing Group

Jonathan Green – Head of Commercial – Green Home Grant Programme, Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Sara Vasey – Head of Procurement, Thirteen Group

Frameworks Stage @ The Cinema

11:30 – 12:00

South East Consortium – More Than Just A Procurement Organisation

South East Consortium are out to tender for billions of pounds worth of framework opportunities for the housing sector for the coming years. In this session plans for the next 12 months including frameworks on Development, Facilities, Compliancy Consulting and Lift Renewals will be discussed as well as the progress on the £740m Building Works Framework.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

David Smith – Head of Business Partnerships, South East Consortium

Roundtable Room

11:30 – 12:30

What Lessons Can Be Learned and Shared Across Public Sector Estates?

This session will bring together NHS, Blue Light, University, Government Property and Local Authority experts to share knowledge and discuss how their estates can become more sustainable and resilient through procurement, with insight into how the supply chain can help them deliver these ambitions.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Robin Matthews – National Coordinator, National Police Estates Group

Karen Carter – Head of Delivery, PAGABO

Juliet Nicholas – Energy and Sustainability Manager, Property Services, Oxford City Council

Neil Maher – Chair, National Ambulance Estates Group

John Sharp – Energy Team Lead, Estates & Property, Bradford City Council

Frameworks Stage @ The Cinema

12:30 – 13:00

Pagabo – Simply Better Procurement

Pagabo has over £3bn of projects across more than 400 clients, and they continue to grow. From their recently announced £1bn refit and retrofit framework to their innovative £10bn developer led framework – Pagabo will showcase their USP’s whilst revealing opportunities to join their network with upcoming renewals and new frameworks.

Speakers include:

Jonathan Parker – Head of Construction, Pagabo

Main Stage @ The Old Library

13:00 – 14:00

Investors & Developers in Procurement – How Early Engagement in Projects is Transforming Delivery and Impact

Delegates are joined by a group of investors and developers who talk about how the increasing trend of procurement practices being transformed at conception and the potential long term consequences for the built environment supply chain.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Chair: Karen Carter – Head of Delivery, PAGABO

Rick Lawrence – Partnerships Director, LCR

Pete Gladwell – Group Social Impact & Investment Director, Legal & General

Steve Sanders – Head of Development , Oval Real Estate

Roundtable Room

13:00 – 14:00

Putting Social Value at the Forefront of Your Procurement Strategy

This roundtable will bring together organisations at the forefront of delivering social value through procurement to discuss success stories in putting real social value at the heart of everything they do, and how your organisation’s procurement strategy can incorporate real social benefits.

This roundtable is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Haydn Brown – Procurement Head of Category (Place), Birmingham City Council

Georgia Bird – Social Value Associate, Dominvs Group

James Manning – Social Impact Lead , Grosvenor

Phil Blackmore – Regional Procurement Manager, South West Procurement Alliance

Claude Hendrickson – Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Associate, Accredited Community Led Housing Advisor, Leeds Community Homes

Professor Jane Lynch – Director – Centre of Public Value Procurement, Cardiff University

Olivia Sutcliffe – Founder, Young Professionals in Social Value

James Hunter – Head of Procurement, Wythenshawe Community Housing Group

Alison Watson – Founder and Chief Executive, Class of Your Own

Frameworks Stage @ The Cinema

13:30 – 14:00

Procurement For Housing – Promoting Sustainability through MMC

Procurement for Housing and Building Better have teamed up for an offsite homes framework which is worth up to £600m over five years. Social housing providers will be able to procure pre-manufactured 3D construction systems for both houses and apartments through the deal. Over 185,000 homes are managed by the 29 housing associations and local authorities that make up Building Better and this framework will lead to the building of at least 800 new offsite homes with a further 4,500 properties to be produced using modern methods of construction before 2026. This session will showcase this sustainable framework as well as revealing details about Procurement for Housing’s other framework offerings.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers Include:

Tony Woods LHC

Tony Woods – Senior Technical Manager, Procurement For Housing

Main Stage @ The Old Library

14:30 – 15:30

Direct Procurement vs Frameworks – Pros, Cons, Challenges and Opportunities

This session will dissect the different forms of procurement and assess the Pros, Cons and Challenges of each and with contributions from experts from across the sector discussing the best approach for different types of organisations including SMEs.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Sarah Knight – Head of Development, Ox Place

Melissa King – Senior Category Lead – Construction and Infrastructure, NHS Shared Business Services

Jacob Wilson – Head of Design, Be First Regeneration

Natalie Phillips – Head of Sourcing, Network Rail Property

The main Custard Factory hall will have a unique mixture of meeting spaces and exhibition at the event – let us explain more.

Meeting Space

Set aside for numerous clients and end-users – these meeting spaces allow them to have a visible base for the two-day event, enabling the industry to speak to some of the key players, in addition to giving them access to accepting one-to-one meeting requests.

You will have the option to request a meeting via an online portal to the following companies:

Exhibition

In addition to the meeting spaces the rest of the hall will be utilised for exhibitors to enable them to showcase their products and services to the client heavy audience.

Exhibition costs £1,750+VAT and includes two delegate tickets to the event – this package is for space only. If you’d like to find out more contact opportunities@built-environment-networking.com.

Those already confirmed as exhibiting are:

For more information email opportunities@built-environment-networking.com or contact us on 0113 390 4700

Gain national and exposure and position your brand as a leader in the industry.

By sponsoring Tomorrow’s Procurement your organisation will receive powerful exposure amongst key business leaders, government officials, developers, framework providers and thousands of professionals from across the world. This event is set to become the UK’s leading forum for procurement within the construction, infrastructure and built environment industries.

We have various opportunities and packages dependant on your needs. Whether you’re looking to build brand awareness, source new leads or put your brand at the forefront of the industry – we have a package suitable to your needs.

Package Meeting Space Speaking Slots Event Tickets Dinner Tickets No. Packages Cost (+VAT)
CORPORATE PACKAGES
Platinum Partner Yes Yes 10 5 1 £15,000 Sold Out
Annual Partner Yes Yes Price on application View Details
SPACE ONLY PACKAGES
Event Bus Partner Yes 10 1 £10,000 View Details
Networking Square Partner Yes 4 1 £8,000 View Details
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP PACKAGES
Main Stage Session Partner Yes 4 10 £5,500 View Details
Session Three: How The Focus on Social Value is Set To Reshape Procurement Yes 4 10 £5,500 Sold Out
Cinema Stage Breakout Session Partner Yes 4 10 £5,000 View Details
Video Partner 6 4 1 £10,000 View Details
Report Partner 6 4 1 £10,000 View Details
Roundtable Partner Yes 2 2 10 £5,500 View Details
Bespoke Roundtable Partner Yes 2 2 10 £5,500 View Details
AWARD PACKAGES
Awards Event Partner Yes 4 10 1 £10,000 View Details
Individual Award Partner 2 5 12 £2,000 View Details
BRANDING PACKAGES
Programme Partner 2 2 1 £5,000 View Details
Quarter Programme Advert 16 £250 View Details
Half-page Programme Advert 16 £400 View Details
Full Page Programme Advert 16 £750 View Details
Inside Cover Page Partner 2 £1,000 View Details
Lanyard Partner 4 1 £5,000 View Details
Badge Partner 4 1 £5,000 View Details
Registration Partner 2 2 1 £2,250 View Details
Email Partner 2 2 1 £2,250 View Details
Social Media Partner 1 1 £3,000 View Details
Meeting Spaces Yes 2 20 £1,500 View Details
Exhibition Package Yes 2 1 £1,750 View Details
FRINGE EVENT PACKAGES
Fringe Event Promotion Partner 2 1 £1,500 View Details

Here are the full details of the packages available:

Platinum Partner

Annual Partner

Price on application

Become an annual partner for all or a selection of the Tomorrows Series Conferences with a bespoke package to meet your business needs. Chair main stage panel discussions, deliver thought leadership workshops or curate your own private roundtable with clients that the Built Environment Networking team can procure for you. This package comes with a dedicated private meeting space on site for you to conduct business development conversations with, including the ability to use our team’s expertise to facilitate introductions to target clients.

Build a package which spans the following products:

  • Main stage speaking slots
  • Develop a private round table with target clients
  • Sponsor or nominate for Tomorrow’s SeriesAwards
  • Tickets
  • On-site branding opportunities

Event Bus Partner

£10,000(+VAT)

Located in a prominent, stationary position outside the meeting space area. Bus is available for hire across the 2 days, giving partners a base to facilitate business meetings and networking opportunities whilst entertainng guests from a fully installed onboard bar.

Benefits:

  • 2 day hire to accommodate business activities led by the partner company
  • The bus comes complete with a fully-installed onboard bar and serving hatches (alcohol not included)
  • Make use of space outside the bus with furniture (at additional cost)
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ten delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • One half page advet in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Space only hire, branding of external magnetic panel at additional cost
  • 1 table at the awards night

Networking Square Partner

£8,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor the main outdoor networking area – a main square that connections all of the event stages and networking zones alongside the primary F&B zone. The square will be named after the Networking Square Partner – i.e. ‘XXXX’s Square’

Benefits:

  • Branding around the networking square – with ability to add brand flags and literature around the area
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • Two additional free tickets for young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Meeting space within the meeting area
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Main Stage Session Partner

£5,500 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of the main event sessions taking place in The Library – we will have a different session partner for each of the eight sessions.
Benefits:

  • Chair or Speaker position on your panel
  • Early engagement will enable potential input into the shaping of the panel and conversation
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your conference session
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two additional free tickets for young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Exhibition space within the main networking hall

Session Three: How The Focus on Social Value is Set To Reshape Procurement

Cinema Stage Breakout Session Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

Run your own dedicated best practice session within The Cinema Stage to showcase you company’s leadership and knowledge in the industry.
Benefits:

  • Run your own dedicated 30-minute session in the Cinema Stage Two Room – a specialist area dedicated to showcaswing best practice and thought leadership for up to 30 people
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your conference session
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Cinema Stage Breakout Session Partner

Video Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

This Partner will provide a video that will be played when each main stage session starts and ends.

Benefits:

  • Creation and branding of the conference video
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Six delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Four places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Report Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

Prime branding on the Tomorrow Series Output Report.

Benefits:

  • Main braning on the Report
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • A second foreward along with a 2-page editorial within the report
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the report
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Roundtable Partner

£5,500 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of our pre-created roundtable discussions – where circa 10 individuals will join us to discuss selected topics, allowing you to build rapport with potential clients.

Benefits:

  • Sponsor one of our pre-created roundtable discussions with high-level client speakers
  • Two spaces on the roundtable for your attendees to join
  • Potential to help shape the conversation and seed others to the roundtable discussion
  • Add literature onto the roundtable
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Bespoke Roundtable

£5,500 (+VAT)

Create your own roundtable discussion – where circa 10 individuals can join you to discuss your own selected topic of conversation.

Benefits:

  • Hire the roundtable room to host your own dedicatedroundtable discussion
  • Ownership of the roundtable conversation and speakers
  • Potential to help shape the conversation and seed others to the roundtable discussion
  • Add literature onto the roundtable
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Bespoke Roundtable Partner

Awards Event Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

You will be the main partner of the Awards event.

Benefits:

  • Prominent branding at the Awards event
  • Ten tickets at the Awards event
  • Keynote at the Awards event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Individual Award Partner

£2,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of the awards – joining the judging panel and the ability to present the award on the day.

Benefits:

  • Branding at the Awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included in the main event programme
  • Five tickets to the Awards event
  • Sponsorship of one of the awards including award presentation
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Two delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Individual Award Partner

Individual Award Partner

Programme Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package provides branding on the cover of the forum printed programme.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the official event programme given to all delegates at the event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Quarter Programme Advert

£250 (+VAT)

Quarter page advert within the event programme.

Half-page Programme Advert

£400 (+VAT)

Half-page advert within the event programme.

Full Page (Inside Front Cover)

£1,000 (+VAT)

Full page advert on the inside front cover of the event programme.

Full Page (Inside Back Cover)

£1,000 (+VAT)

Full page advert on the inside back cover of the event programme.

Lanyard Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package will see your logo appear on the lanyard alongside the Tomorrow’s Series logo – given to every attendee, speaker and sponsor at the event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Badge Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package will see your logo appear on the name badge given to every attendee, speaker and sponsor which will be worn and scanned throughout the two day event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event day of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Registration Partner

£2,250 (+VAT)

This package will see you brand the registration area of the event – the area where all delegates will pass through to collect their passes and the main entrance to the event area.

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Email Partner

£2,250 (+VAT)

This package provides prime branding above the fold on all marketing emails promoting the event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Social Media Partner

£3,000 (+VAT)

Jump on the back of the huge social media activity running throughout the event through this package – where you logo will be included in some of our social media posts and dedicated posts around you will be pushed out of the course of the two days.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Branding on at least five social media posts per event day across all platforms
  • Sharing of your company social posts across our social media platforms
  • One delegate pass for the event days of the conference
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Meeting Space (7 of 20 available)

£1,500+VAT

This package provides access to the event and a space to hold meetings and showcase your services.

Benefits include:

  • 1 x Meeting space
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Meeting Space

Exhibition Package

£1,750+VAT

Showcase your brand and services in front of hundreds of potential clients by exhibiting – a perfect location to reap the rewards of this high footfall event, gathering new leads and building commercially rewarding relationships.

Benefits include:

  • Exhibition space at the event – space only
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Exhibitor Partner

Fringe Event Promotion Partner

£1,500+VAT

We aim to create a more vibrant and engaging event which will see fringe events run throughout the two day event – from the night before the event kickstarts to the end of the second day. This package enables you to have your fringe event listed on the official event programme to draw traffic and sign-ups to the event.

Benefits include:

  • Your fringe event officially promoted within our event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Early access to the attendee list to contact your target audience in advance to invite to your fringe event
  • Promotional activity across our news and social platforms to publicise your fringe event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Become a Partner

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

0113 390 4700

opportunities@built-environment-networking.com

Celebrating the very best in construction and development – our Festival of Achievement LIVE! at the Tomorrow’s Procurement event will showcase organisations, individuals and collaboration work on projects which is leading the way in delivering sustainable and inclusive development through a positive procurement process.

So gear yourself up for an evening to remember with networking, music, awards, and plenty of fun…

16:00-17:30 – Exclusive Pre-Awards Drinks Service Fringe Event @ The Old Library

Whilst The Custard Factory is transformed into an awards space we’ll be having a casual drinks reception in The Old Library to kickstart the networking.

17:30-19:30 – Festival of Achievement LIVE! at Tomorrow’s Procurement

We’ll then head over to The Custard Factory’s main hall where we’ll enjoy entertainment, a keynote speaker, and food/drink will be available to purchase in addition to announcing the award winners.

The Awards deadline has now passed – here are the awards which we’ll be announcing winners for (shortlist to be announced shortly):

Individual Awards

  • Outstanding Contribution to Procurement
  • Social Value Trailblazer
  • Net Zero Champion

Project Awards

  • Social Value Project (Sponsored by Faithful+Gould)
  • Net Zero Project
  • Innovative Procurement Project
  • Public Sector Procurement Project

Company Awards

  • Procurement Services Provider of the Year
  • Contractor of the Year (Sponsored by Pick Everard)
  • Architect of the Year
  • Consultancy of the Year

We are set to have 80 speakers joining us across the two days – with the key decision makers and influencers from a number of local authorities, housebuilders, NHS Trusts, Universities, developers and more in attendance. Here’s an overview of the speakers confirmed to date:

James Manning,
Social Impact Lead
Ginny Warr,
Head of Procurement
Stephen Walters,
Head of Category – Construction
Jason Longhurst,
Head of Sustainable Investment and Development
Adwoa Owusu-Banahene,
Director
Jamie McKechnie,
Group Procurement Director
Karen Carter,
Head of Delivery
Martin Traynor OBE,
Small Business Crown Representative
Sarah Knight,
Head of Development
Jonathan Green,
Head of Commercial – Green Home Grant Programme
Nicky Wright,
Supply Chain Manager
Pete Gladwell,
Group Social Impact & Investment Director
Robin Matthews,
National Coordinator
Emma Briggs,
Procurement Director
Professor Jane Lynch,
Director – Centre of Public Value Procurement
Melissa King,
Senior Category Lead – Construction and Infrastructure
Elizabeth Froude,
Group Chief Executive
Neil Barker,
Regional Director
Chris Cuthell,
Head of Procurement and Supply
Pavanjit Devsi,
Director of Procurement and Contracts
David Smith,
Board Member
Sara Lawton,
Director
Phil Blackmore,
Regional Procurement Manager
Trina Chakravarti,
Project Director
Lisa Bliss,
Commercial Business Partner
Claude Hendrickson,
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Associate, Accredited Community Led Housing Advisor
Laura Kyle,
Construction Lead
Clare Chamberlain,
Head of Construction Category – Works
Richard Lawrence Wolverhampton Council Richard Lawrence,
Director of Regeneration
Sophie Quenby,
Head of Consortium Services
Glen Combe,
Head of Sourcing (Technology)
Elvira Uyarra,
Director of the Manchester Institute of Innovation Research
Juliet Nicholas,
Energy and Sustainability Manager, Property Services
Olivia Sutcliffe,
Founder
Haydn Brown,
Procurement Head of Category (Place)
John Thompson,
Head of Procurement
Faye Dolan,
National Framework Manager
Sara Vasey,
Head of Procurement
James Hunter,
Head of Procurement
Gerard Toplass,
CEO
Georgia Bird,
Social Value Associate
Robin Polding,
Research Commercialisation Policy Lead
Jacob Wilson,
Head of Design
Alison Watson,
Founder and Chief Executive
James Grainger,
Head of Channel
John Reid,
Managing Director
Alison Wring,
Director – Commercial Science/Tech Lead
Paul Williams,
Technical Manager
Natalie Phillips,
Head of Sourcing
Chair: Peter Masonbrook,
Head of Social Value
Neil Maher,
Chair
Rick Lawrence,
Partnerships Director
Professor David Mosey,
Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution
Jessica Munn,
Framework and Partnership Lead
Max Scrymgeour,
Head of Procurement
Rebecca Baldwin,
Procurement Manager
John Sharp,
Energy Team Lead, Estates & Property
Steve Sanders,
Head of Development
Fahmida Nisa,
Online Event Manager
Mike Bilko,
Pre- Construction Director
Cllr Samer Bagaeen,
Member for Environment, Transport and Sustainability
Fahmida Nisa,
Online Event Manager
Sam Markey,
Ecosystem Director – Place Leadership
James Buckley-Walker,
Partner
Jonathan Parker,
Head of Construction
Amanda Griffiths,
Director
Tony Woods LHC Tony Woods,
Senior Technical Manager
Ben Jones,
Regional Manager

We have a high number of attendees at this event – with over 1,000 delegates expecting. Here’s an overview of some of those companies who’ll be represented at the event:

A2Dominion Group
Accent Group
AECOM
ALDI
Allerdale Borough Council
Ambulance Estates Group
Arcadrail
ASDA
Association for Consultancy and Engineering
Aura
Baxall Construction
BCM Construction
Be First Regeneration
Birmingham City Council
Boston Borough Council
Bradford City Council
BRE Group
British Land
BSN Group
Building Better
Business Moves Group
Cardiff Council
Cardiff University
Carney CDM
Cartwright Communications
CBRE
CGMS
Cheshire Constabulary
Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service
CIPS
Clancy Consulting
Clarion Housing Group
Class Of Your Own
Cleveland Steel and Tubes
Connected Places Catapult
Consortium Procurement Construction
Construct ID
Coventry City Council
Crown Commercial Service
Cuttle Construction
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Delap and Waller
Denbighshire County Council
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Dominvs Group
Doncaster Council
Drax Group
Efficiency North
Elementa Consulting
EN:Procure
Essex County Council
Eurovia
FAAC
Faithful+Gould
Far East Consortium
Fedha Gate Enterprise
Fiera Real Estate
Focus Consultants
FORE Partnerships
G15
Gardiner and Theobald
Gemini Commercial Cleaning
Geotechnical Engineering
Get Living
Godwin Developments
Gowling WLG
GRAHAM
Grosvenor
HBD
Henry Boot Construction
Herts Living
Hollis
HS2
Igloo Regeneration
Inner Circle Consulting
Japanese Knotweed Ltd
JBA Consulting
J Murphy and Sons
John Sisk and Son
Kenex Tramslink
Kent County Council
Kier Property
King’s College London
Laing O’Rourke
LCR
Leeds Community Homes
Lendlease
LHC
Lindum
Lloyds Banking Group
London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
London Borough of Enfield
London Borough of Haringey
London Construction Programme
London Legacy Development Corporation
Loop
LUC
Mace
Make Architects
Manchester City Council
Manchester Metropolitan University
McAvoy Group
McCarthy Stone
McLaughlin and Harvey
Meridian Water
Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing
Moneypenny
Morgan Sindall
Mott MacDonald
Mozer Consulting
Mulalley and Company
National Grid
National Highways
National Police Estates Group
NESTA
Network Rail
Newforma
Newport City Homes
NHS
NHS Shared Business Services
NHS Wales Shared Services
North East London NHS Foundation Trust
North East Procurement Organisation
North Wales Construction Partnership
North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Nottingham City Council
Nottingham Community Housing Association
Notting Hill Genesis
Novus Property Solutions
Openreach
Oxford City Council
Oxfordshire County Council
O’Brien Contractors
Pagabo
Panattoni
Perfect Circle
Pick Everard
Places for People
Platform Housing
Portakabin
Portsmouth City Council
Procurement for Housing
Procurement Hub
Procure Partnerships Framework
Progress Housing
Prologis
Prosper
Quintain
Reds10
Resolution Interiors
Rise Construction Framework
Riverside Group
RPS
Scape Group
Schneider Electric
Sellafield
Shropshire Council
Silence Hurn Building Consultancy
Social Value Portal
South and East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership
South East Consortium
South Gloucestershire Council
South Holland District Council
South West Procurement Alliance
Speller Metcalfe
Stantec
Strata Homes
Sypro
Tesco
Thames Estuary Growth Board
Thames Gateway Tramlink
Thirteen Group
Thrive Homes
TopHat
Transport for London
Trant Engineering
UK Business Council for Sustainable Development
UKREiiF
University of Manchester
VolkerWessels
VU.CITY
Wagstaff Interiors
Waldeck
Wales and West Utilities
Wates
Watkin Jones
Willmott Dixon
Willmott Dixon Interiors
WSP
Wythenshawe Community Housing Group
Young Professionals in Social Value

Visit Planner

There are many places to stay across the city of Birmingham, listed below are hotels which are in close proximity to the Custard Factory.

Aparthotel Adagio Birmingham City Centre – B5 6DR

The hotel offers comfortable and carefully furnished studios and one-bedroom apartments, with fully equipped kitchen, living area with a flat-screen TV and free WIFI. Breakfast, fitness room, laundry room, snacks & mini bar at reception are also available for guests. 8 mins walk from the Custard Factory.

Address: 131 Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6DR

Booking Details: To book, please do this directly with the hotel via this webpage: Aparthotel Adagio Birmingham City Centre – ALL (accor.com)

Travelodge Birmingham Central Bull RingB5 4SG

The Birmingham Central Bull Ring hotel has been extensively refurbished with all areas of the hotel modernised, including bedrooms and shower rooms. 12 mins walk from the Custard Factory.

Address: Upper Dean Street, B5 4SG

Booking Details: To book, please do this directly with the hotel via this webpage: Travelodge Birmingham Central Bull Ring Hotel – Book Now

Comfort Inn Birmingham – B5 4DY

Tucked into the heart of the city, the Comfort Inn Birmingham welcomes guests visiting the Midlands. With its quaint red brick Victorian building retaining much of its original charm, including its original pull cage lift. 15 mins walk from the Custard Factory.

Address: Station Street, Birmingham, B5 4DY

Booking Details: To book, please do this directly with the hotel via this webpage Comfort Inn Birmingham – Hotel in Birmingham, United Kingdom (choicehotels.com)

Travelodge Birmingham Central Moor Street – B4 7SS

The newly refurbished hotel is based in the heart of Birmingham.  All rooms include our complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and hand, hair & body wash in our refurbished shower rooms. 16 mins walk from the Custard Factory

Address: Carrs Lane, Birmingham, B4 7SS

Booking Details: To book, please do this directly with the hotel via this webpage Travelodge Birmingham Central Moor Street Hotel – New Design

Tickets

Event Ticket: Tomorrow's Procurement £249.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £249

Tomorrow’s Procurement Awards Ticket The awards will take place on the evening of Tuesday 7th March 2nd December £150.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £150

Tomorrow’s Procurement Awards Table (6 Tickets Included) The awards will take place on the evening of Tuesday 7th March 2nd December £900.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £900

Please note – we are actively encouraging a diverse attendance from companies and if purchasing multiple tickets we would ask that you review this so your company looks to offer opportunities to under represented groups in the industry to attend. For those booking five or more tickets we will also offer an additional free ticket which can be used by someone under the age of 25 to encourage youth to attend and offer a platform to the next generation.

Details

Start Date:
Tuesday, 7th March 2023

Start Time:
0800hrs

End Date:
Wednesday, 8th March 2023

End Time:
1700hrs

Cost:
£150 – £900

Venue

The Custard Factory
The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Deritend, Birmingham, UK

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