Anderson Anderson and Brown Consulting has announced two new senior appointments to increase client demand in their change and business growth services.
Julie Arbuthnott and Glen Hogg will both become managing consultants after the company the company saw a period of growth.
Arbuthnott has worked for the consulting business for two years and was recently promoted to the role.
She has worked with clients on service design and digital projects, taking a leading role in enabling client transformation programmes.
Hogg joined the firm in January following a career in global innovation and transformation consultancy.
He supported the Cabinet Office with Brexit plans and also honed his entrepreneurial skills running a start-up which he successfully exited.
Lesley Fordyce, chief executive at Anderson Anderson Brown Consulting, said: “Julie has been with us every step of the way on our journey over the past two years and Glenn joins at a great time bringing fresh insights and deep consulting expertise.
“We are incredibly grateful to have such good people in our team – Julie and Glenn will play a significant role in supporting us, and our clients, come out of the pandemic stronger and more agile.”
The company provides audit and accounting, tax, payroll and HR, outsourcing and advisory solutions globally with a turnover of around £25m.
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