B2G Sales Support

We shape public sector sales and marketing strategies to help our clients achieve commercial outcomes.


With public sector outsourcing increasing, positioning your business to win contracts has become vital to ensure you stand out from the crowd. We work with a range of businesses for whom the public sector is a key customer.

We use our understanding of how the public sector makes decisions and how the policy environment impacts their operating environment to help our clients shape and contextualise their offer, scope out and explore new markets, and identify and create new opportunities.

We help our clients to develop long term relationships with their public sector clients, and ensure that they are aware of the changing policy context and shifting political priorities.

Head of Sector

Emma Petela
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B2G Sales Support Services

  • Market Mapping

    Audit the policy environment in your key markets, your current relationships and provide comprehensive lead sourcing of key decision makers.

  • Message and Collateral Development

    Ensure your sales and marketing messaging chimes with government policy.

  • Public Sector Spend Data

    Comprehensive data of government spending with private sector suppliers to inform your market and competitor strategies

  • Sales Support Engagement

    We can develop a phased stakeholder engagement strategy, setting out who you need to build relationships with, how best to engage with them and on which issues.

  • Policy and Opportunity Monitoring

    Live tracking of key policy developments and opportunities that might arise for your business.

B2G Sales Support News, Reports and Case Studies

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Case Studies

  • Northgate

    Northgate Public Services

    GK helped strengthen Northgate's relationships with government. 

    Full case study

  • Ameresco


    GK provided a comprehensive policy research and market mapping report for Ameresco, an American energy efficiency company looking to access the UK market. 

    Full case study