We Are The PSC
Introducing a new name for 2020 Delivery
We’re proud to announce our new name and brand. Here’s what it means to us.
Ever since our company was founded in 2006, we’ve been committed to improving public services. Inspired by our longstanding byline ‘The Public Service Consultants’, our new name – The PSC – puts our enduring mission front and centre.
A new name, celebrating our mission
For a decade and a half all of us at The PSC have been dedicated to working with ambitious leaders in public services to create positive change. This mission fuels everything we do and it sets us apart, so we felt compelled to celebrate it through our name.
Russell Cake, Director and co-founder, said: “We chose the name ‘The PSC’ because we’re public service consultants, and, from the very start, we’ve been energised by our mission to improve public services, delivering results in the NHS, in central government, in education, and in the supply chains that make public services work.
In uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to know who you are, what you stand for, and how you contribute to society. Every member of our team is unique, bringing different specialisms and points of view. What unites us is our desire to use our expertise to make a difference to the quality and performance of our public services.
Our new name gives us an opportunity to celebrate our unique and enduring mission.”
A bright, bold visual identity
We’re also thrilled to unveil our new visual identity.
Catherine Mulcahy, The PSC’s Chief Operating Officer, said: “Our new visual identity is confident, approachable and full of energy, reflecting our team’s motivation and the momentum that comes from working together towards the same goal.
We’re excited about using our brand to inspire our clients in public services and to welcome in new team members as we take action to widen access to consulting careers.”
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