Barrie Pierpoint, Managing Partner, has spent over 25 years at Chief Executive and Managing Director level within a range of service industries, during which time he has gained a reputation for developing new opportunities and driving business forward. A former Group Plc Chief Executive responsible for turning around loss-making businesses to ensure profitable and sustainable enterprises, he has overseen a stock market flotation and developed new subsidiary companies, capitalising on business mainstream activities.
Barrie and his Business Advisers work on a one-to-one basis with clients using their business and personal life skills, experience and knowledge to assist them develop their business successfully.
“Our success is making your business a success – that is our mantra,” said Barrie. “I know from my personal experience that some company managing directors or CEO’s try to do too much themselves, but without the necessary expertise in many areas of their business they struggle. We have a vast amount of experience over a broad range of business activities, we add vital new skills to your team and optimise your business potential.”
“We are successful and only work with those who have a realistic perspective on what can be achieved, and who are prepared to make the necessary changes from our advice and support that can transform their performance and business.”
“We can help you.”
Barrie was awarded the DHL UK Boss of the year in 1998, winner of the Ernst & Young’s Turnaround Entrepreneur of the Year Award 1999 for the Central Region, and a finalist of Leicestershire Business Personality of the Year Award 2005.
Currently Barrie is a Non-Executive Director and Chairman of various organisations:
George A Palmer Ltd
Regal Park Property Company Ltd
Brunel Resources Ltd
Former Chairman of:
Lincolnshire Sports Partnership
Lincolnshire Branch of The Chartered Institute of Marketing
Lincolnshire Home Improvement Agency
Nottingham Hospitals Radio
East Midlands Regional Advisory Panel, Independent Broadcasting Authority
Leicestershire Branch of The Chartered Institute of Marketing
Grantham Town and Asfordby Football Clubs