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09 May 2019

Baringa Partners has been named third in the top places to work in the UK in The Great Place to Work Awards

Baringa Partners has been named third in the top places to work in the UK by The Great Place to Work® Institute, a top ten spot for the thirteenth year in succession.

Adrian Bettridge, Managing Partner at Baringa, said: “We are delighted to have received further recognition of Baringa being a great place to work. Our value as a firm begins with people as the foundation of our business and central to everything we do. Having engaged and high performing people enables us to provide excellent service to our clients and maintaining this strong client satisfaction ultimately results in growth for all of us at Baringa to share in.”

Matt Papachristou, Partner and People Lead at Baringa, commented: “Our people are at the heart of our business and are integral to our success. We pride ourselves on recruiting talented people and nurturing their ongoing development so that they continue to grow. We create a welcoming and collaborative environment for people to have rewarding and sustainable careers. Having engaged, happy and motivated people ultimately enables us to deliver exceptional value for our clients and makes us a stronger consulting business.”

Baringa launched in 2000 and now has 700 staff and 65 partners across our practice areas of Energy and Resources, Financial Services, Products and Services. These practices are supported by cross-sector teams focused on Strategy and Analytics, Business and Organisation Transformation, Supply Chain, Programme Delivery, Process and Operational Efficiency, Risk and Compliance, Customer Experience, Technology and Digital Transformation. In 2016 Baringa was also awarded Master Status by the UK’s Best Workplaces™ recognising 10 consecutive years as a Best Workplace. 

2019 has been a busy awards year for Baringa, as this latest accolade follows on from winning Great Place to Work in Germany for 2019, being named a Times Top 50 Employer for Women 2019, and being ranked highly in The Financial Times UK’s Leading Management Consultants.

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Adrian Bettridge on culture and core values

Watch our video of Baringa's Managing Partner, Adrian Bettridge, discussing the company's culture and core values.