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Home > News & Views > Insights & News > Berkeley welcomes a new Partner
We are very pleased to announce that Piers Virik has become a Partner at The Berkeley Partnership, effective 1st January.
Piers joined Berkeley in 2008 and has spent much of his career working by the side of private and public sector clients to help them meet their most demanding challenges. This support has ranged from strategy development through to large scale programme delivery planning and execution across the health, postal, oil and FMCG sectors. Piers has also focused on helping his clients manage complex portfolios of change effectively to deliver far reaching business transformation.
Commenting on his new role, Piers says, “I’m delighted to be joining the partnership to drive our business forward over the coming years. Our focus on building long term relationships with a diverse set of clients is one of our strengths and I’m looking forward to working with the great people we have at Berkeley to continue to do this.”
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