Our people use their extensive industry experience to introduce innovative, practical, and forward-thinking approaches to help businesses overcome their organisational challenges.
Working alongside existing teams, we listen, understand and consult to deliver tailored solutions that boost profitability, develop people, engineer business transformation and promote smarter ways of working that deliver lasting results.
And interwoven into the fabric of the Barkers business model is its commitment to social value. To date we have delivered more than £2m in social value via projects that include our own social enterprise Lifescape – an initiative to employ socially excluded groups such as families experiencing intergeneration joblessness, ex-forces, NEETS, and where appropriate ex-offenders. Through our work with Business in The Community as well as countless charitable endeavours we’ve built a rich network of interwoven opportunities to create social value through commercial sustainable and innovative solutions.
The Power of Collaboration: How finding solutions with a client is more effective than finding solutions for them
The power of collaboration has examples throughout history from music, to politics, to science and engineering, to business, and plenty more in between. There’s no mystery as to why collaboration is so powerful. By pooling experience, skills, philosophies, and backgrounds stakeholders gain access to an inventory of human resource which otherwise remains locked.
The business, established by Warren Ward and Warren Kozera, of procurement service Barkers, along with Dominic Munro of GSU Landscapes, employs ex-offenders supporting post-prison rehabilitation, providing grounds maintenance services.