Velocitii Innovation announces the launch of our first digital product, the Byke Parking smartphone app.
We’ve all been working remotely for nearly a year now, but for many of us the struggle to adapt has been an uphill one. Has there ever been a greater hunger for digital tools and apps that will make our working day more productive, efficient and easier?
We’ve been thinking a lot about social value recently. Public sector organisations are encouraged to consider social value when they procure products and services, but what exactly is it and how do you do it? Read on to find out how, and why, we’re getting passionate about social value.
When you look back on 2020, will it be a year you want to forget or a year that marked a key turning point? We reflect on this challenging year and choose some of our highlights.
We hear from Indy, a university graduate who joined us earlier this year as a User Researcher for Velocitii Innovation, and whose story is so typical of the struggle to break into the workforce that many graduates are facing at the moment.
Prompted by World Mental Health Day, and to start an open dialogue within Velocitii around mental health, I decided to spend some time talking to the team about what they do in their personal lives to manage their own wellbeing and happiness.
In her first video message for us, find out what inspired entrepreneur Jana Dowling to join Velocitii as Head of Innovation earlier this year, how she’s getting on in her new role, and what she’s been busy working on.
In this blog post I’m going to share some essential commercial points that will help lead to the success of not just your TUPE transfer, but also the wider contract and commercial relationships.
At Velocitii we are passionate about people, supporting them and enabling them to be at their best – this is the very first of our company values. We also believe that careers in digital and technology are both rewarding and contribute massively to society. However we are aware that a lot of young people may […]
In the third in our series of #TUPETopTips, we’re going to walk you through some of the benefits that we think are important to highlight when you’re working on a TUPE.
Each TUPE carries an extensive amount of risk and not taking the steps to understand, assess and mitigate these risks can be very costly. In our next set of tips, we set out the three risks it is most vital to know about, and what you need to consider for each.
In my last blog, I revealed that I was going to launch a series of guides to help people and organisations managing a TUPE process. In the second edition in the series, I share my top tips for getting started on a TUPE project.
The best career advice I was ever given, and how it led me to discover the fascinating world of TUPE
‘Do the work that no one else wants to do’ – that was the best piece of career advice I was ever given. But how did it lead me to discover the world of TUPE?
How do you run a successful ideation workshop when all the participants are working remotely? Jon Sykes shares his experience and advice.
In the midst of the widespread fear and uncertainty that the Coronavirus outbreak has caused, something amazing is happening around the world.
When I joined Velocitii in early January, one of the things I was surprised and excited to discover is the diversity of thought and background that already exists in our team.
Our new Director of People, Clare Blain, shares a quick introduction to her new role, her plans for 2020 and what keeps her ticking outside of work!
Looking back on 2019 and reflecting on how far Velocitii Digital has come, I realise what an amazing rollercoaster ride it’s been.