Katie Wright joins Capita Local Public Services

Capita Local Public Services has appointed Katie Wright as account director to strengthen its expertise in business and client development.

Katie will be supporting customers to develop solutions that deliver efficiency savings, provide capacity to deliver vital services and help local authorities maximise revenue to generate longer term financial sustainability.

Bringing more than eight years of experience, Katie has worked in both central and local government, working across a range of departments including welfare and children’s services. Katie also experienced Alan Sugar’s boardroom during her stint on the 2012 series of the BBC’s hit show, ‘The Apprentice’ and later moved into a local government business development role at Liberata.

“Katie is really passionate about working closely with local authorities to enable them to give their residents the best service possible.  She brings great experience into the business development team and a strong drive to explore new ways to deliver services to achieve the best outcomes for our customers."

Mark Chapman, business services director, Capita Local Public Services

"I am very excited to be joining the team. Capita has such a strong track record in local government transformation and I look forward to drawing on their diverse capability to develop innovative solutions that meet local authorities’ needs both now and in the future.” 

Katie Wright, Account Director, Capita Local Public Services

 

 

 

Capita and the London Borough of Southwark

southwark.png

In any one day, demand can change, and that generates a huge amount of work for the service. Capita is able to combine its experience on a number of different contracts up and down the country.

Dominic Cain, Director of Exchequer London Borough of Southwark Council

Empty homes review at Plymouth City Council

deralict-homes.jpg

Capita’s empty homes service allowed us to identify sixty seven properties across Plymouth which were no longer vacant. As a result, over the next six years, Plymouth City Council will be awarded in excess of £400,000 in additional new homes bonus grant from DCLG

Malcom Coe, assistant director for finance, efficiencies, technology & assets, Plymouth City Council

Ten years of corporate social responsibility at Service Birmingham

bullring_birmingham.jpg

We work with schools, businesses and community organisations. CSR is an integral part of our approach and expresses our company’s values to the community we serve here in Birmingham.

Tony Lubman, CEO, Service Birmingham