EEM is a non-profit organisation offering efficiency savings for public services. Our current Members range from LA's, ALMO's and Housing Associations to Hospitals, Universities and Emergency Services. EEM¿s priority is to support all Members in their common goal - to provide efficiently delivered and high quality products and services to the communities they serve.
Efficiency East Midlands Ltd (EEM) is a not for profit consortium set up to generate cashable and non-cashable efficiencies for its membership through collaboration, aggregated volumes, quality products and high level of service delivery. The company is owned by the membership and strategically driven by a Board comprising of seven directors and four co-optees.
EEM was formed in 2010 with five founding members, all housing providers determined to reap the benefits of collaborative procurement. Our membership has now grown to 56 core members with an aggregated housing stock of nearly 650,000. EEM believe that the services and frameworks offered can be easily transferred to the wider public sector. Therefore future members may also include organisations providing services for the wider public sector such as NHS hospitals, Police Forces and the Prison Service.
Working on behalf of its members, EEM procures a wide range of products and services, developing frameworks for its members to use instantly without the need for lengthy internal procurement methods.
Whether an organisation is large or small in stature, EEM is here to make sure each member achieves the same level of quality and cost savings. Our frameworks have helped members deliver vastly different projects, from multi-million pound schemes to jobs worth just a few hundred pounds.
EEM also shares its members commitment to local communities and economies it serves and as a not for profit organisation, EEM also ensures its surplus is reinvested back into these communities, through a community grant scheme. We hand back thousands of pounds to our members, helping EEM to have an even wider impact in the East Midlands communities.