The Three M’s: Managing demand; Meeting need; Municipal entrepreneurialism
Aston Villa Football Club
Tuesday 23 February 2016
these challenges and changing service delivery in innovative ways which allow more
sustainable services to be delivered.
As well as managing reduced service budgets more effectively, the seminar will also consider
the opportunities municipal entrepreneurialism offers by highlighting how services can
successfully generate income from the those services they deliver which can then be used to
offset reduced funding levels.
The aim of the seminar is therefore to provide delegates with the latest information,
innovative case studies and opportunities to generate additional income, which together will
help equip them for the forthcoming challenges facing their services.
APSE has brought together a wide variety of speakers who will explain to delegates how they
have transformed policy into practice to achieve these changes.
Jane Bickerstaffe, Director, INCPEN
Catherine Wilson, Sector Manager, Zero Waste Scotland
Paul O’Brien, Chief Executive, APSE
Mike Cockburn, Waste and Environmental Services Manager, Wirral Borough Council
Paul Naylor, Street Scene Manager, Eastleigh Borough Council
David Smith Managing Director, ACORN Environmental Solutions
John Littleton, Enviro-Crime Enforcement Officer, South Staffordshire Council
John-Paul Lovie, Waste Manager and Jez Evans,Street Scene & Winter Maintenance Manager, Blackpool Council