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Home > News & Views > News & Events > Berkeley appoints two new partners in London & New York
We are delighted to announce that Christian Ingram and Will Rivers have become Partners at The Berkeley Partnership, effective 1st January 2018.
With these latest additions, the Berkeley partner team grows to twenty. Will continues to be based in London, whilst Christian joins New York based partner Neil McClumpha at the firm’s first international office, which opened in November 2016.
Will joined Berkeley back in 2008 and has since focused on technology strategy and transformation, predominantly in the marketing, media, communications and customer relationship management space. Will has supported many of our clients to achieve their most ambitious goals by developing business, digital and technology operating models, and by leading complex technology programmes. Most recently, he led the delivery of a marketing information and analytics capability for one of the world’s largest FMCG companies.
Christian joined Berkeley in 2010 and since then much of his work has focused on leading the delivery of major change programmes across the Media & Entertainment, Telecom, Retail and Financial Services sectors. Christian transferred to Berkeley’s New York office in July 2017, bringing extensive programme leadership experience gained across a broad range of technologies and business operations. Christian also has deep expertise in managing operational improvement activities and program assurance and recovery initiatives.
Commenting on his new role, Christian says, “Berkeley has been a unique and truly great place to develop as a management consultant over the last seven years. I’m thrilled to now be joining the partnership and look forward to playing a role in strengthening our evolving US presence.”
Will added, “Berkeley is a truly value-based business, with enduring principles that have underpinned 25+ years of successfully helping our clients and growing the careers of our consultants. It’s a real privilege to be joining the partnership and I look forward to helping to carry these values with us in the future.”
You can read more about Will and Christian here.
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