Over 600 Consultants, Business and Government leaders attended the new Chartered Management Consultant Award today
Key speakers included Lord Grimstone, Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Anne Boden MBE, CEO of Starling Bank and Bruce Carnegie-Brown, Chairman at Lloyd’s
Attendees heard from leading clients and members about the new award and the importance and impact it will have on future consultancy buying decisions.
Over 600 Consultants, Business and Government leaders attended the launch of the new Chartered Management Consultant Award (ChMC) created in a joint partnership between the Management Consultancies Association (MCA), the trade association for the UK’s leading consulting firms, and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), the UK’s leading chartered professional body for management and leadership. The initiative has been developed for the purposes of setting and maintaining the highest standards in the management consulting profession and creating an award which recognises consistent and high levels of professional competency and achievement. The launch event captured and highlighted the importance of this award for the industry and the value that it can bring by inspiring higher levels of client trust and confidence.
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