Interim Interest Group – Monday 6th July 2015



Interim Interest Group

Monday 6th July 2015 – 5pm

Address Details:
Nabarro LLP, 125 London Wall, London EC2Y 5AL
(please note new address for Nabarro)

“New opportunities – winning business from the consultancy market”

 Speaker: Andrew MacAskill, MD, EO Executives Online

The global talent shortage opens new opportunities – especially for experienced interims! Andrew MacAskill *, MD of EO, outlines how groups of quality Interims (such as TEN) can collegiately position themselves as project teams to win market from the consultancies and secure high value transformation work.

He will explore:

  • The Global Talent Shortage and why it will lead to ever more consulting opportunities
  • Risks and Rewards – how to structure the financial arrangements
  • How do we move clients away from the “No-one ever got fired for using IBM” mind-set
  • The importance of knowledge transfer and follow up work
  • Opportunity origination and pitching

Do join us for what we are sure will be a riveting discussion and open new avenues to that next assignment.

Please note CHATHAM HOUSE RULES – MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS – NO PROVIDERS PLEASE.  This is a unique event and its success depends on confidentiality and genuine partnership. We know everyone will respect this. Hence, on this occasion, the event is only for The Executive Network members and guests who are not interim providers.  The attendance list will be screened accordingly. Thank you for your understanding. 

*Andrew has been in the recruitment industry for 11 years working for a number of well-known agencies such as Michael Page and Hudson before taking on the role of MD at the Source Recruitment in Australia, where he also sat on the board of a 40 man Management Consultancy Group called The Faculty. Here Andrew built the organisation from scratch into a leading procurement and supply chain industry search practice. A move to London saw him join EO as head of practice for procurement and supply chain and the over the past year he has progressed firstly to Commercial Director and in February this year to Managing Director.   EO work with listed plc’s, SMEs, government and public sector bodies, not-for-profit organisations, private equity and venture capital firms – such  British Airways, Barclays, Microsoft, NHS, PowerGen, Save the Children, Syngenta, Thresher, Weir Group, and Zurich Financial Services, as well as nimble and emergent SMEs such as BuyEnergyOnline, Hotels & More, Information Edge, Jaybeam Wireless, Kentree, and Vanguard Textiles.