Starcount recognised as one of FT’s top management consultancies

Starcount has been featured in the Financial Times’ ‘UK’s Leading Management Consultants 2018’. The company, one of the youngest firms to be listed, was highlighted among the top firms operating in the ‘Data analytics and big data’ category, alongside more established players such as Accenture, KPMG, McKinsey and Deloitte.

“This accolade is further evidence that our bespoke approach…is now having an impact amongst our peers and clients.”

The study, published by the Financial Times and compiled with research and data provider Statista, details the top firms by sector and service, as recommended by clients and peers.

Edwina Dunn, Starcount CEO, stated: “I am delighted that we have been recognised by the FT as one of the best consultancies in the UK, especially impressive given that we are one of the youngest organisations listed. Starcount has moved from strength to strength over the last twelve months, with the development of pioneering products and services. This accolade is further evidence that our bespoke approach, based on the science of purchase and intent and transforming business performance, is now having an impact amongst our peers and clients.”

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