Elixirr named by the Financial Times as one of the UK’s leading management consultants

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By: Elixirr
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Fresh from being named as one of the fastest-growing firms in the US by Consulting magazine, we’re delighted to announce that we have today been named one of the UK’s leading management consultants by the Financial Times.

This award is extra special to us as it is based on the recommendations of our clients and our industry peers. There are over 8,000 management consulting firms in the UK and we are extremely proud to be one of just 187 who have made this list.

Stephen Newton, Founder and Managing Partner at Elixirr, says:

“We’re humbled to have received this special acknowledgement. This is not only testament to our brilliant team and the quality of the work they are delivering, but also to our clients – we’re privileged to work with some of the most forward-thinking companies in the world and embark on some of the most innovative projects together. We’re excited to continue building successful businesses together in 2018.”

Last year, the FT1000 listed us as the fastest-growing management consultancy in the UK, and the third fastest-growing in Europe. We’re honoured to be recognised again as we grow our business in the UK and abroad.

The inaugural list, compiled by research company Statista, ranks management consulting firms in 30 sectors and specialisms based on two separate surveys completed by the consultancies’ clients and peers.

The demand for trusted corporate advisors has soared since the impending reality of Brexit with companies needing expert advice and guidance on how to navigate the current landscape and stay competitive in their respective industries, as well as in the global market.

We love what we do and are proud to partner with so many brilliant organisations. It’s an honour to be recognised for this work – thank you Financial Times!

For the full rankings, click here.

To see why we were acknowledged, click here.

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