We have a network of highly experienced Associate consultants.

They bring a wide range of strategic and technical skills, together with high level track records in different sectors, including central government, local government, social housing, care and support, charities and the commercial sector, and in different parts of the country. Our Associates are engaged either on a project by project basis or on a longer term basis when required.

We believe that our extensive network of high level contacts is second to none in the sectors in which we work. We make a point of ‘knowing who is out there’, and are able to engage directly with leading individuals. We are in regular contact with a considerable number of senior individuals and our networks include many more who are available for consultancy assignments, and interim management roles.

The following is a representative selection of our associate colleagues, you can filter by the sectors below:

  • All
  • Finance
  • Governance
  • Growth, Development and Regeneration
  • Innovation and Improvement
  • Interim Management
  • Recruitment
  • Risk, Audit and Assurance
  • Strategy
How can we help you?

Contact us at our Wembley office or submit an inquiry online.

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