Talent

HARD DATA + SOFT FACTS =

PEOPLE INTELLIGENCE TO INFORM DECISIONS

Intuition

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Alison Ettridge, Director, is a proven and effective  Director with a track record of growing businesses in the recruitment and HR consulting arena.  Having been on the leadership team for a VC buyout, and for a corporate acquisition, as well as being the CEO of an acquiring business Alison realised how badly many acquisitions are handled from a people perspective. Consequently, she set up Talent Intuition to help make acquisitions perform better and deliver growth more quickly - by saying "no" when the people bit won 't work.

Talent Intuition is a people intelligence business. We use research to help businesses mitigate the risk of any acquisition and to maximise their investment.

Made up of a team of highly capable research associates, talent, leadership development and competitive intelligence we use this experience to help companies make informed decisions. Led by a recognised industry expert and advised by an experienced investor, board advisor and grower of technology and digital businesses.

JACKIE ALISON (35)

HuHar Associates and Martyn Cole. Martyn Cole, Managing principle of HUHAR has worked for over 30 years in senior roles in IT Services for some of the worlds leading brands.

 

He has held senior roles for a well known global retail leading chain, been in senior leadership roles in Microsoft & Fujitsu and more recently has held a number of director level interim roles, most recently for a leading third party maintenance company.

 

He has worked with a wide range of clients and suppliers and has negotiated multiple complex agreements, gaining experience of, and overcoming many pitfalls that organisations of all sizes have had to face.

 

Andrew Sutcliffe,  Board Advisor. Andrew is a highly experienced investor, Board advisor and consultant who has spent twenty years in the fintech and digital media space starting, growing and exiting businesses. Andrew has particular expertise helping high growth companies enter new markets.

Andrew Sutcliffe