Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce are looking to produce 12 case studies (approx. 1 a month) for our European Regional Development Funded, Let’s Do Mentoring Programme.
The Let’s Do Mentoring Programme provides a non-judgmental mentoring support service based on a business’s specific situation. Our mentors sign up to the programme because they have a wish to share their extensive skills and knowledge to give something back to the people and to the area, they live in.
The primary role of a mentor is to provide support and guidance to business leaders. In a mentoring situation, the mentor provides the conduit for the transference of skills and knowledge.
The programme is aimed at SMEs based in Staffordshire, who are business to business. It has currently supported over 420 businesses to create jobs, grow their profit and turnover or make a real difference to the local area.
Each case study will need to showcase the success that the mentee business has had, as a result of the mentoring they have received through the Programme. It will need to touch upon both the qualitative and quantitative impact of the mentoring. Each case study will need to tell and engaging story and include quotes and images from the business owner/manager and the mentor who supported them.
We are also interested in new and interesting ways case studies can be created and shared with the wider public, as well as traditional methods and we would welcome any proposals to consider this.
Proposals will need to highlight how an organisation would approach creating a case study, how they would be produced (formats) and what the total cost would be per case study. No budget is currently set a side so we would welcome proposals with a range of costed models. If you can provide any examples of previous case studies, that would be ideal.
The deadline is 12th September 2019.
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