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Manchester’s Mason Advisory announces new CEO and sets out growth strategy

Leading digital and technology consultancy, Mason Advisory, has confirmed that Paul Pugh will move from Head of Consulting to CEO, signalling a strategic management and governance change for the Manchester business.

With immediate effect, Paul will be responsible for the running of the business and oversee operations. He joined the consultancy in 2016 from KPMG and has been responsible for implementing and advising on IT service improvement strategies, IT transformation and providing leadership to the management team.

Paul says: “Mason Advisory is a high performing, well-respected, ambitious company and I’m delighted to be taking on the role of CEO, leading us into our next phase of growth and building on recent successes. We have a clear strategy for the business – to double turnover in the next two to three years through organic growth, continuing to build the client brand and develop the team, growing our client base, and strengthening our service offering.

“I’m looking forward to working closely with our customers, colleagues and partners and I’m confident we can achieve our goals and maintain our reputation as a leading player in the digital & technology advisory market.”

Current CEO and founder, Steve Watmough will move into an Executive Chairman role, supporting Paul to grow and develop the business. While Steve will continue to support Paul in the day to day running of the business, he will also focus on external initiatives such as his roles as vice president of the MCA (Management Consultancies Association) and chair of the MCA SME committee. He is also a Trustee of Child Poverty Action Group and a member of the Cabinet Office SME panel.

Steve says: “I am delighted that Paul is taking on the CEO role – he has a wealth of experience following his 17 years in the industry, and knows our business inside out, having been an integral member of our team for the last six years. He has assisted in the growth of the business in that time and has a proven track record in the consulting industry, developing talent and providing guidance and solutions for clients. This is a natural progression for Mason Advisory and part of our long-term strategy, reflecting the ever-changing business landscape. It’s important to continue to evolve the business to meet the changing requirements of our clients and staff and I know the whole team joins me in wishing him every success at the helm of Mason Advisory.”

Earlier this year, Mason Advisory was listed in the UK’s Leading Management Consultants 2022 report published by the Financial Times and ranked in the UK’s Best Workplaces™ in Tech report.

With offices in Manchester and London, Mason Advisory enables organisations to deliver value through digital, data and technology transformation, solving complex business challenges through the intelligent use of IT resources including IT strategy and transformation, sourcing, architecture, cybersecurity, and IT delivery. It operates in sectors such as finance and banking, legal and law, health, insurance, emergency services, education, retail, government, not-for-profit, and transport.

To find out more about Mason Advisory, visit https://www.masonadvisory.com.

Sam Allcock
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