Bigger contracts, better results, satisfied customers – BS 11000

Free event

Date: Friday 14 June 2013

Location: BSI EMEA Headquarters, Kitemark Court, Davy Avenue, Knowlhill, Milton Keynes, MK5 8PP

Delivering results in business today means successful collaboration is essential to:

  • Build a joint approach based on mutual advantage 
  • Develop added value from your business relationships
  • Measure and maintain maximum benefit

You can join organizations like Balfour Beatty and Network Rail who are already realizing the benefits of collaboration. And if you want to be a part of a large supply chain – regardless of your size or turnover – knowing how to collaborate could give you a competitive edge.

But collaboration isn’t as simple as just picking up the phone. To achieve the best results you’ll need to understand how two organizations can share knowledge, manage joint objectives and how senior managers should be involved.

BSI invites you to join them on June 14 for a complimentary event to hear about and discuss a year into the certification of BS 11000; the standard for Collaborative Business Relationships and how businesses are benefiting from its implementation.

With the types of organizations now using BS 11000 and working towards a more collaborate future - can you afford not to join them?

This is a free event; however spaces are limited so register now to avoid disappointment. Simply complete the registration form.

Please note: In completing this online registration, you consent to the information you submit being made available to the event organizers so that they may contact you in the future.


08:45  Registration and coffee

09:30  Introduction and welcome
Mark Basham, Managing Director, BSI EMEA

09:45  Learning’s from the first year of certification
Jason Blake, Product Technical Manager, Performance

10:15  Client case study
John Tuite, Managing Director, Kelly Integrated Transport Services
Andy Harrison, Daventry Business and Consultancy Services Limited 

10:40  Coffee and networking

11:00  Cambridge University
Tim Minshall, Senior lecturer in Technology Management, Cambridge University

11:20  Client case study
Garry Phillips, Company Quality Manager and Tim Ryall Commercial Manager, Skanska

11:50  The future of BS 11000 as we move to ISO
David Hawkins Director of Operations, ICW

12:20  Q&A

12:30  Lunch and networking

13:30  Close