GEMBA APPOINTED TO VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT PROFESSIONAL ADVISORY SERVICES PANEL

September 18, 2020

Gemba is pleased to announce that it has been appointed to the Victorian Government’s panel of approved suppliers for professional advisory services. The appointment confirms our credentials and capabilities to support Victorian Government departments and agencies in strategic sports and entertainment initiatives.

The Professional Advisory Services Panel ensures departments and agencies can select from pre-approved vendors and specialists in key areas.

Gemba applied for and has been successfully appointed in a range of categories, reflecting our core service offering for governments and government agencies:

  • Strategic policy review, reform and project development, including service need analysis, service planning, feasibility studies and strategic assessments
  • Business case preparation
  • Project, program and business review and evaluation (including business reorganisation reviews)
  • Economic advisory services
  • General commercial advice

The panel appointment commenced 1 September 2020. This milestone positions Gemba to continue to extend its recent work with the Victorian Government, including projects supporting Visit Victoria, Sport and Recreation Victoria, and the business case for the proposed Victorian State Basketball Centre in Knox.

For government buyers wishing to know more about Gemba’s services and expertise in sport and entertainment insights, strategy and facilities, explore www.thegembagroup.com or contact Craig Roberts, Head of Strategy and Insights, at craig@thegembagroup.com.

About Gemba

Gemba provides insights, strategy and communications expertise to organisations in sport, entertainment, arts and culture. Gemba delivers consulting and research advice to organisations in areas such as sponsorship, strategic planning, business case development, facilities planning, and more. Gemba also operates Australia’s largest sport and entertainment research program, which contains a wealth of data and insights on Australians’ engagement with sport, entertainment, arts and culture dating back 2007.