Consulting firm expands regional presence with two new office openings

Whitecap Consulting, the strategy consulting firm, is to open two new satellite offices in as it enters the latest phase of its regional growth.

Established in 2012, Whitecap helps clients analyse, develop and implement growth strategies.

The company, which is headquartered in Leeds, works with mid-sized organisations and divisions of corporate businesses across multiple sectors including: Financial Services, Technology, Retail, Higher Education, Property, Healthcare and Inward Investment.

Whitecap will open the two new offices in Bristol and Newcastle.

Back in April 2017, Whitecap began to expand its regional presence by opening offices in Manchester and Milton Keynes to serve the North West and Midlands respectively.

The company’s Bristol office will be at the newly opened Runway East building in the city centre, and the Newcastle office will be located within Generator Studios, the city centre head office of its client and partner – hedgehog lab.

Richard Coates, managing director of Whitecap Consulting, said “Our vision is to a build a regional strategy consultancy across the UK servicing mid-sized organisations. As a result, we are delighted to announce two new satellite offices in Bristol and Newcastle to add to our three existing offices.

“Our services are not location-specific, as we have national and international clients, however, we are acutely aware that to support clients and develop new business it is important to be present and active in that location. This is an approach that has proved successful and we look forward to further expansion in the future as we continue to grow.”

Stuart Harrison, associate, South West and Wales, at Whitecap Consulting added: “Bristol is a vibrant city with thriving Technology, Financial Services, FinTech and Higher Education sectors.

“Not only is it a great fit with Whitecap’s experience but the city also lacks the presence of a strategy consulting firm like Whitecap. I’m delighted to be working with Whitecap on build its presence in Bristol and the South West.”