Case Studies and Testimonials

Mead Perry Group have compiled a list of its methodologies to better assist Councils to obtain a thorough understanding of the service we provide.

Please click on the associated drop down box for further information on the specific case study methodology.

 

Testimonials

Some recent testimonials we have received from our clients are listed below, for your viewing.

 

 “Scott Mead and John Perry through their company and personal actions are strong advocates for Local Government.   Mead Perry Group has been engaged by our Council to deliver a number of specific projects and for continuing financial advice and services.

 Mead Perry Group has provided Council with excellent service in regard to financial advice, corporate and strategic planning. Their professionalism, honest advice and practical assistance have been a major factor in our Council ongoing sustainability and organisational development.

 I personally would have no hesitation in recommending Mead Perry Group to any individuation or organization that requires advice or assistance in corporate governance, change management, financial sustainability and strategic management. Mead Perry is a group that does not act like a consultant; they interact with our organisation as a peer and a valued partner.”

Mark Pitt, CEO

North Burnett Regional Council

 

“The experience, expertise and knowledge of Local Government that Mead Perry Group possesses, gives you an assurance that the project/s undertaken will be professionally achieved. They demonstrate their proficiencies by being responsive to all requests, providing quality information and challenging you to think outside the square.  They are high achievers and their results speak for themselves.  The team at Mead Perry Group are always professional and a pleasure to work with.”

Ken Timms, CEO

Blackall-Tambo Regional Council

 

Mead Perry Group continue to provide valuable support to rural and regional Council’s which greatly assists with improving service delivery to our communities…”

Mark Watt, CEO

Longreach Regional Council