The sixth annual FT rating of the UK’s leading management consultants is based on recommendations by their clients and peers.
For the fifth consecutive year, we are pleased to announce that we have been ranked in ‘The UK’s Leading Management Consultants 2023’ report, published by the Financial Times, in partnership with Statista.
The awards in nine categories, four silver and five bronze, are an acknowledgement of our reputation and strong performance within the UK consulting sector as they identify and celebrate consultancies most recommended by their peers and clients. The results are based on three surveys, one for consultants’ views of their peers, and additional two surveys collating client feedback.
A total of 185 consultancies are listed this year, across 15 sectors and 14 different types of work, and the inclusion of Mason Advisory again demonstrates our unwavering dedication to our clients, the strength of the services we offer, and the growth in our specialisms. It is also testament to the tenacity and talent of the exceptional people in our team.
Mason Advisory’s CEO, Paul Pugh says:
“Our whole team is thrilled to be featured in the report once again, and to be listed in nine categories demonstrates our unwavering dedication to our clients, the strength of the services we offer, and the growth in our specialisms. This is the fifth time we’ve been recognised in the report, and it is testament to the tenacity and talent of the exceptional people in our team.
“We are delighted that so many of our clients and business leaders participated in the report and nominated us, and it’s a privilege for us to be included alongside heavyweight industry players.
“We’re proud of the role we play in helping our clients achieve transformational results and to thrive despite challenging and changing economic conditions. We’re a fast-growing business focused on delivering digital solutions for our clients to enable them to meet their corporate objectives and remain competitive in their respective sectors.”
Click here to see the full report.