The Berkeley Partnership has added two new partners to its leadership team.
The Berkeley Partnership has added two new partners to its leadership team: Alasdair McGregor and Tom Parkin. With the latest addition, the London-based management consultancy’s partner team grows to seventeen, managing nearly 75 consultants and staff.
Founded in 1990, The Berkeley Partnership is a mid-sized advisory firm that offers a wide spectrum of management consultancy services to clients across a range of sectors, including Retail, Healthcare, Financial Services and Transport & Logistics. The Berkeley Partnership has a team of over 80 advisors and is based in the heart of London.
On the back of a growing footprint, The Berkeley Partnership has strengthened its partner team with two new experienced advisors: Alasdair McGregor and Tom Parkin. McGregor joined the firm in 2008 from Accenture, where he started his career in 1999 (at the time Andersen Consulting). He has worked across a number of industries – retail, consumer goods, travel and transport, banking and telecoms – and in companies ranging from major multinationals to start-ups, in both the private and public sectors. McGregor specialises in among others business strategy, operations, change management and the deployment of IT change initiatives.