Interim Management

Typically interim assignments have been with small to mid-market, owner operated organizations supporting directors or investors.

If you are building a new business unit, have some sales performance or team management and motivation issues you will get great value employing a hands-on interim. Solutions can range from fixing an immediate crisis to identifying new ways or growing revenue or implementing sales and marketing systems.

Interim Managers are by nature action orientated individuals, who make decisions to get the job done, usually with little supervision. An interim will remain impartial to the politics in a company and can often quickly identify the best way forward for the business. Bringing external experience will also bring fresh eyes, positive energy, and new ideas to support and mentor your existing team.

Interim Scenarios

Step change from organic to second stage financed growth

Building new teams or business units

Implementation of operational, marketing and sales systems

Sales performance improvement

Post-merger integration of an acquired business

Restructuring for cost reduction and increased sales

Financial turnaround management

Organisational change management

Temporarily replacing a departed senior executive

Rebuilding management teams

Past Roles

Managing Director (Stockholm)

Sales & Operations Director (London & Ibiza)

Partner Sales Director (London)