Sign up for Win Central Government Business with Tony Singleton OBE to get a slice of the Central Gov pie
Central Government is the biggest spender on ICT in the UK and as such presents the most profitable opportunity for suppliers looking to make the public sector a success. On G-Cloud alone, Central Government Departments have already spent over £6.3bn – this is 92% of all the spend that has gone through G-Cloud!
However, the scale of Central Government is daunting, and to win a slice of that business suppliers need to have an in-depth understanding of the environment into which they are selling.
Win Central Government Business with former G-Cloud Director and long standing civil servant Tony Singleton OBE is designed to help you understand Central Government, fast track engagement with your prospects and help you increase your sales.
The service is broken down into five steps, ending in a bespoke strategy workshop:
The bespoke “Win Central Government Business with Tony Singleton OBE” service provides you with a number of key takeaways that will significantly improve your ability to make Central Government sales.
You will also be provided with a confidential bespoke report to take away from the workshop, containing all of Tony’s findings and recommendations, with an action plan to take forward.
For more information on how you could Win Central Government Business check out our Service Pdf.
Ben Sims, Account ExecutiveFreshworks
To put it simply, Tony Singleton gave us insights that we wouldn't have been able to obtain by ourselves. We were able to use the feedback a in a meeting with a government department, and they were really impressed with what we presented
Tony Singleton brings experience of over 35 years working in Government to Advice Cloud. As a graduate of the Cabinet Office’s Major Project Leadership Academy, he was Chief Operating Officer for Directgov from 2006 to 2011, before becoming Chief Operating Officer of the Government Digital Service. From March 2014 he was the G-Cloud and Digital Commercial Programme Director, a post he maintained until March 2016. Tony has twice been named one of the top 50 most influential people in UK IT and has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2014.