Financial Times names Baxendale as one of the UK’s leading Management Consultancies

Baxendale has been recognised by clients and peers as a leading consultancy for the second year running, showing our commitment to providing quality support enables us to hold our own against the larger firms.

As a small, specialist firm, our unique expertise helps us stand apart, so we’re delighted to have been recognised in the Financial Times‘ UK Leading Management Consultants 2019 report in not just one but two categories: People & Performance and Innovation, Growth & New Business Models. 

Last year we were named in the People & Performance category. As leaders in employee ownership, we know that high levels of engagement and share of voice lead to higher levels of productivity and have been actively spreading that message across the UK. This year, we’ve also been named as a leading consultancy for Innovation, Growth & New Business Models.

Saimah Heron, who leads our work on new models in the public sector, says: “Being acknowledged as one of the country’s most eminent consultancies for Innovation, Growth and New Business Models shows that the work we’ve been doing to help public services find the right delivery model for them is making a meaningful impact. Every day our team supports organisations to respond to growing financial challenges and increased demand for services. We are proud to help them diversify their income streams and find new avenues for growth that allow them to future-proof their organisations where others may struggle.”

At the heart of our work is a commitment to help businesses and organisations not just become sustainable but flourish, so they can do the best for the communities they operate in, long-term. We think we’re able to succeed because we enable clients to think creatively and rid themselves of long-held beliefs and preconceptions about their own limitations – without changing their core values.

“Because we share the values of public sector organisations, we’re able to help our clients to think about growth as a way of enabling them to do more to help their users, rather than associating commercial acumen with pocketing profits,” says Robin Naudi, who leads our commercial growth work. “With our help, our clients are finding untapped income streams that allow them to reinvest in their services, ultimately leading to improved provision and better outcomes for patients and users.”

And that’s what drives us, so we’re thrilled to have made this list. It shows that the work we do is good and matters, which is why we get out of bed in the morning!

Thank you to the Financial Times and Statista for including us. 

If you’d like to talk to us about how we can help your business or organisation, get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.


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