Cornwall Insight named one of the FT’s Leading Management Consultants

We are delighted to announce that Cornwall Insight has been named one of the Financial Times’ leading management consultants in energy, utilities & environment. Following two Statista surveys which reviewed feedback from our clients and our peers in Consulting, we achieved a bronze award recognising the strong relationships we have developed with our customers and the respect we have built up in our industry. This is the fourth time Cornwall Insight has been featured on the list.

Commenting on achieving this award, Ben Hall, Group Consulting Partner at Cornwall Insight said:

“We are incredibly proud to have been named one of the leading management consultants by our clients and our peers. The award is a true testament to the skills and talent of our energy experts, who work to deliver outstanding, trusted, and independent advice every day.

“Energy has been a key focus of the global agenda over the past few years, and Cornwall Insight has established itself as a leading provider of innovative and dynamic solutions, building trust with our clients as we advise them on the complex business challenges they face. Whether we are working with corporate organisations wanting to take their first steps towards net zero, breaking down new energy regulations for energy suppliers or providing trusted forecasts on the future of the energy market to investors, our passionate consultants play a vital role in advising some of the most highly regarded companies on how to blaze a path towards a net zero future.

“We are proud of our accomplishments, and our focus is firmly on the future. Cornwall Insight is committed to expanding our presence in the UK, Australia, Ireland, North-west Europe and beyond. Our team is excited to share their knowledge and expertise with new audiences, as we embark on the next phase of our growth journey.”

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