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Green Park is proud to announce that both James Nash, Associate Partner, and Neil Lupin, Managing Partner, have been announced among the 19 Leading Provider Consultants in this year’s Institute of Interim Management 2018 annual survey. Green Park also ranked ninth in the ranking of Interim Service Providers.
The Institute of Interim Management oversee a comprehensive poll of Interim Management Service Providers which this year saw 18,000 unique votes with over 500 consultants voted for. Out of the 19 provider consultants listed, two were from leading Interim Management and Executive Search firm, Green Park.
James Nash has led the Executive Interim Management function for Green Park’s Retail and Consumer practice for over five years and is the only consultant to be named with a retail focus. Working with some of Europe’s most well-known retail and consumer brands across all senior leadership roles, James’s recent operational and board appointments include Selfridges, Asda, Ann Summers, The Body Shop, Clarks, MatchesFashion.com and Zalando.
James Nash commented: “I am delighted to have been recognised as a leading executive interim consultant and to be listed alongside some other really talented consultants. The retail industry is changing at a pace and executive interim managers are in constant demand, not only to ensure the necessary skills are in place but also to lead the way with innovation suitable for today’s competitive environment – it’s definitely a great time to be working in the sector.”
Neil Lupin has strategic responsibility for Green Park’s Public Sector Interim Management Practice, which focuses on Local Government, Central Government and the NHS, specialising in recruiting board and senior management interim managers. With nearly 20 years’ experience in local government executive recruitment, Neil places interim managers who work across all corporate functions and deliver a broad range of transformation, change, programme and project management roles across all frontline services.
Neil Lupin commented: “It is a privilege to have been recognised again by the interim community as an industry leader. Seeing the results achieved by our interim managers for our customers is an immense source of pride. It is particularly rewarding to see the Public Sector so well represented in this survey, given the intense scrutiny it faces.”