Cornwall Insight tops FT’s management consultancy rankings

Norwich-based Cornwall Insight, a leading provider of consulting, research, analysis and training services to the energy and utilities industry has been named as one of the UK’s leading management consultancies by the Financial Times.

Cornwall Insight was awarded bronze in the energy, utilities and environment sector and was selected by research company Statista based on the results of a peer-review survey and feedback from customers.

It is the first year Cornwall Insight features on the Financial Times list, and the positive recommendations from both peers and customers is a significant vote of confidence. With thousands of different management consultancies in the UK and only 198 making the grade this firmly establishes Cornwall Insight as one of the top consultancies in the UK.

Cornwall Insight has grown significantly since its launch in 2005. From humble beginnings, in a cottage in Norfolk with just three employees, to a city centre business, employing over 60 people. This accolade not only further cements how far Cornwall Insight has come but shows that its future is bright.

Gareth Miller, CEO at Cornwall Insight, said:

“This is fabulous public recognition of the outstanding independent and trusted advice we provide to our clients.

“This survey-based result shows that our customers prize the partnerships we form with them to drive their growth and success and that competitors recognise and respect the quality, calibre and reach of our consultants. The strategic relationships that underpin this accolade are built on the talents that our consultants deploy in all the markets in which we serve our customers.

“We are solution-minded practitioners grounded in real-world experience, not just modellers and theorists. We combine outstanding problem-solving capabilities and a flexible and creative approach to working with our customers. This builds trust and genuine alignment of objectives, allowing us the privilege of assisting some of the best companies in the utilities sector as we journey with them into the future.”