Led by Allison Thompson, the team at Ashmore Consulting specialise in transformational change for organisations, places and people. They were one of the first tenants to move in to Hope Street Xchange when the building opened back in February 2017!
The team comes from a wide and varied background, in both the public and private sectors, allowing them to deliver a flexible and tailored approach to meet the specific challenges facing different types of organisations.
Taking a strategic approach, Ashmore creates value for clients by working with Boards and Executive Teams to transform business outcomes. In doing so it improves the long term prosperity of organisations by creating the conditions for businesses and talent to flourish and thrive.
“Our ambition is to inspire people and organisations to transform the way they work to deliver better results for individuals, their teams and their organisation” says Director and Principal Consultant, Allison Thompson.
Ashmore Consulting have an impressive track record and are currently delivering several programmes of work for a diverse range of clients across the UK. Clients come from a variety of sectors including Financial Services; Regeneration; Public sector bodies including Health and Local Authorities and the Third Sector.
“We relocated to Hope Street Xchange in February 2017, the location, facilities and office accommodation are fantastic, and have been finished to an exceptionally high standard. We believe the standard reflects on our team, our client experience and on our business reputation as a successful and prospering company. Since our relocation, we have continued to flourish with continued employee development and a growing client portfolio, we have also gained some great new connections with other exciting businesses within the building”, says Allison.
“The Hope Street Xchange building is an excellent place to do business and we are looking forward to a successful and prosperous future here”.
We love having them as tenants!
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