Libra Europe expands with new office in Manchester

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Libra Europe Consulting has confirmed the opening of a new office in the centre of Manchester as it continues to extend its service provision to help clients transform performance and productivity through effective management of change. The additional regional presence in the north-west will provide the consultancy with improved flexibility in the change management support it provides for clients across the retail, food and drink, logistics, transport and financial sectors.

Libra Europe Consulting’s Chief Executive, Tim Kershaw, says;

“Working with clients all over the UK as well as overseas, it’s vital for us to have the operational flexibility and resources to meet their precise needs and priorities.

Most of our work is undertaken on site with each of our clients as we believe firmly that close staff engagement and motivation are absolutely vital for any successful change management programme. However, it’s important we also have agility in our own operation and we’ve been looking at options in the north-west area for some time. I’m delighted that our growing team of consultants now have a dedicated resource in the heart of the region’s largest city as it will increase our service capabilities and responsiveness.”

Working with clients from KP Snacks, Princes, Samworth Brothers and J Sainsbury’s to XPO Logistics, SIG Distribution, Northern Rail and Mastercard, Libra Europe Consulting has built a reputation for applying flair and specialist expertise to help companies maximise their operational and commercial performance. The consultancy’s innovative yet pragmatic approach continues to break the mould of conventional change management principles and the results achieved have consistently exceeded the targets and expectations of clients.

The consultancy’s new Manchester office is conveniently located in Oxford Street near Manchester Piccadilly station and includes hot desk areas for its consultants as well as meeting rooms, a presentation suite and an informal business lounge.

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