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The 10 stages of consortium development

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To develop a consortium, you should work through the following 10-stage process.

The pages linked from this list below take you through the work you need to do at each stage, and what the outcomes should be.

  1. Pre-start up scoping and planning
  2. Formation of working group
  3. Development funding
  4. Stakeholder engagement
  5. Operational development and consortium documentation
  6. Incorporation and establishment of interim board
  7. Membership recruitment and due diligence
  8. Set up central management hub
  9. Bid for and win contracts
  10. Service delivery

Advice and support is available to help you get from startup to a contract-ready consortium through NCVO Consultancy.

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