Request for Quotation – Business Consultancy & Leadership Development Services – Liverpool

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Expression of Interest closing date 20170610

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Request for Quotation: Business Consultancy & Leadership Development Services


Red Ninja are a design-led technology company, based in Liverpool, who use technology to make lives better. We work across healthcare, smart cities, infrastructure and social care sectors. We are multidisciplinary and provide services across research, design and development – creating both software and hardware.


We are currently looking to find an external company to help us develop the next stage of our overall business strategy. This will include aspects of business planning, leadership, finance and change management as we plan for the next 3 years of continued growth. We would like to find a supplier who is a bit different to the traditional, who can challenge our thinking, push our boundaries and ultimately help us become equipped with the tools and perspectives required to continue to grow. We would hope to find a supplier who can work closely with key members of our management team to really understand where we are, where we want to be and can provide real tangible value to our new strategic direction. An understanding of how best to work with senior management teams of creative and digital companies would be a definite advantage.

Deliverable Timescale

We are flexible to exact dates but would like to have a new strategic business plan ready to communicate by the start of 2018. We would therefore see this piece of work running from the middle of 2017 for approx. 6 months.

Indicative Budget £10k

Proposal Format

Proposals should clearly demonstrate how they meet the requirement set out above.

Deadline and Submission Proposals are required by 10th June 2017 either electronically or by post/in person to James Chapman, Chief Operating Officer, Red Ninja, Liverpool Science Park, 131 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5TF.

Date Published 31st May 2017

This work is part funded through the European Regional Development Fund