Moorhouse appoints Stuart Clarke head of Consumer Goods and Retail

09 August 2016 Consultancy.uk

Moorhouse has appointed Stuart Clarke, formerly at A.T. Kearney, as Client Director and head of the firm’s Consumer Goods and Retail practice. Clarke brings over 17 years of industry and consulting experience to the London-based firm.

Prior to joining Moorhouse, Stuart Clarke worked at A.T. Kearney as a Principal in its Strategic Operations Practice for six years; Clarke specialised in Supply Chain Management with a focus on the consumer goods industry. Previously, from 2000 until 2010, Clarke worked at Accenture, latterly as a Senior Manager and as its UK & Ireland Supply Chain Strategy & Planning Lead. Earlier roles include Manufacturing & Supply Chain Manager at Unilever, from 1998 until 2000; and at Procter & Gamble, where he started his career through a Product Development Summer Internship in 1996.

Clarke holds a Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London.

Stuart Clarke - Moorhouse Consulting

Clarke joins Moorhouse as a Client Director, heading up the firm’s Consumer Goods and Retail Practice. He brings more than 15 years of consulting experience and two years of business experience to the role. Propositions he has gained experience in include business case development, supply chain strategy, operating model design, implementation planning, post-merger integration and project execution. Clarke is tasked with supporting the firm’s clients in the areas of M&A, Digital & technology, Programme & Project Management, Change Management and New Product Development.

Stephen Vinall, Partner at Moorhouse says, “With his deep, supply chain and consumer goods sector experience, Stuart will be instrumental in bringing valuable expertise to existing Moorhouse clients and further support the growth trajectory of our consumer goods sector.”

Stuart Clarke says that he is “looking forward” to helping Moorhouse’s consumer goods clients succeed and to contributing to the firm’s growth ambition in the sector. Commenting on his motivation to join Moorhouse, he says "The culture within Moorhouse was my primary reason for joining and I have continued to be impressed by everyone I have met across the business."

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