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Birmingham consultancy bounces back from pandemic with strategic appointment

Birmingham-based change consultancy, Entec Si, has bounced back from the pandemic with a strategic appointment and ambitious growth plans.

Business and management graduate, Jack Sixsmith, has been appointed as an assistant consultant, with a particular focus on the healthcare and not-for-profit sectors.  

Jack will work closely with Entec Si’s consulting director, Sue Johnson Gregory, and principal consultant, Tim Powlson, on the delivery of a number of important projects, ensuring that key milestones are met and clients are kept up to date with progress and developments. 

Since graduating from Oxford Brookes University, Jack has gained valuable consulting experience by completing a year-long placement at IBM, where he worked as a development planner. He has also worked as an assistant buyer for his family’s antiques business. Having already completed his Prince2 Foundation project management qualification, one of Jack’s key objectives in his new role will be to further develop his skills by progressing to Prince2 Practitioner level.  

Jack will also play a vital role in Entec Si’s business development activities. This will include contributing to the company’s Mental Wealth Working Group, which has been introduced to safeguard the health and happiness of everyone across the business.  

Entec Si recently switched to a new target operating model, focused on strengthening its cross-sector offering, while helping to accelerate the development of its people. The consultancy is now looking to strengthen its senior team with the recruitment of a number of senior and managing consultants. 

Jack Sixsmith, assistant consultant at Entec Si, commented: “The business landscape is evolving faster than ever before, meaning that change management has never been more important. It’s really important to me to be joining a consultancy that’s dedicated to enabling positive transformation through strong client relationships, and I’m excited to see where my Entec Si journey leads.” 

Eman Al-Hillawi, co-founder and director of Entec Si, said: “Jack’s appointment marks an important milestone for the business – our first new hire since the start of the pandemic. After a challenging year, we’re back on track to step up our commercial and team growth. Jack is a perfect fit for the Entec Si family and I look forward to seeing his career go from strength to strength over the coming years.” 

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