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KPMG London
KPMG invests in Flexeye
: 27/03/2015

London: KPMG, the professional services firm, has invested £3 million in UK Internet of Things (IoT) leader Flexeye. The...

Accenture reports strong Q2
: 26/03/2015

New York: Accenture has reported financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2015, ended Feb. 28, 2015, with net revenues...


TRUSTECH drives NHS innovation
: 20/03/2015

Manchester: Keith Chantler, executive director at TRUSTECH, looks at the specialist consultancies driving innovation across the...

How to keep on track -LOC
: 13/03/2015

London: Peter Osborne, managing director of LOC Consulting, on how you can tell if your project has lost direction or risks...


Roland Berger elects 8
: 18/02/2015

Munich: Roland Berger Strategy Consultants is underpinning a strong start to 2015 by electing eight new Partners, five of whom...

Ignacio Garcia-Alves
Arthur D. Little names 20 partners
: 28/05/2014

Brussels: Arthur D. Little, the global strategy and technology consultancy, has appointed 20 new Partners through a mix of...


3D Printing
KPMG sees disruptive trio
: 18/09/2014

London: 3D printing, Internet of Things (IoT), and biotech/ healthcare IT are amongst the top five disruptive technologies...

PwC London
PwC: End of the Office?
: 31/07/2014

London: The traditional nine to five office environment could soon become a thing of the past according to a new report by PwC:...


Pharma makes consulting U-turn
: 11/03/2015

London: Despite a historic reluctance by the pharmaceutical industry to use management consultants, a new report released today...

IBM still Thought Leader
: 10/03/2015

London: IBM has retained top spot in the White Space Thought Leadership Rankings for the second half of 2014. In fact a new...


Sir Alex Ferguson
Fergie's management legacy
: 14/05/2013

Manchester: Half a million people on the streets of Manchester last night, and barely a dry eye. The City was painted red (its...

David Wetherill
Wetherill set sights on Rio
: 24/04/2013

Manchester: It is easy to be cynical about consulting firms and giving, so here is a straight up, generous, good news story of...

news in brief

LOC expands Health team
27/03/15 17:39

London: LOC Consulting (LOC) has appointed Carol Beckford as Associate Director to expand its project management capability in healthcare and to strengthen its public sector offering. Beckford has operated as an independent consultant for more than a decade, implementing transformational change in a diverse range of public sector enterprises, including NHS London, the Department of Health, and the Metropolitan Police. Beckford joins LOC from a programme at Monitor, the health service regulator, where she helped establish a new pricing function arising from the implementation of the Health and Social Care Act (2012). Before becoming an independent consultant, Beckford was at PwC for 11 years.

KPMG to support UKTI export drive
26/03/15 17:13

London: KPMG, the professional services firm, has forged a new partnership with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), which will see the two organisations supporting the growth of UK exports of goods and expertise. Their first initiative involves a continuation of work with the NHS Leadership Academy.

Two new MCA Associates.
24/03/15 16:35

London: Consulting recruitment specialist Prism Executive Recruitment and Lockton Companies LLP, one of the world's largest privately owned, independent insurance brokerage firms, have joined the Management Consultancies Association's Associate Membership Scheme.

Accenture helps Prince's Trust
19/03/15 14:51

London: The Prince's Trust will provide skills training to 7,000 young people in the UK this year, with the goal of helping 3,500 secure jobs – following an additional £200,000 from Accenture. Those who don't get a job immediately will still be supported over the next 12 months, with many going on to further training. Accenture's total contribution of £1.2 million since 2012 is enabling The Prince's Trust to expand its flagship employability program – Get into – to deliver professional and industry–specific job skills training to young people between the ages of 16 to 25. The grant, which includes a mix of funding and the time and skills of Accenture employees, is part of the firm's corporate citizenship initiative, Skills to Succeed, which is equipping more than 700,000 people around the world with the skills to get a job or build a business. is a forum for Europe's management consultants to share news, gossip, opinion and analysis. It draws together best practice and innovation in strategy, IT, outsourcing and HR, from management consulting firms and their customers across the continent.

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