Elixirr welcomes Ian Stuart to partner team

14 April 2023 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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Elixirr has welcomed Ian Stuart as the newest addition to its partner team. He brings close to three decades of experience, having worked in consulting and across multiple industries.

Stephen Newton, Elixirr’s Founder and CEO, commented, “For each new partner we hire, we’re looking at what they uniquely bring to Elixirr. With Ian, that’s experience in a sector we are eager to explore further, and with it, a strong network to tap into. And as a founder himself, he brings the entrepreneurial mindset required to deliver huge value for clients as we continue to grow and scale our business.”

Stuart boasts more than 29 years of experience in advisory work, having supported clients in the CPG, life sciences and manufacturing sectors, among others. Most recently before joining Elixirr, this saw him work as the Founder and Managing Partner of Anagram Consulting. Having built his own consultancy, Stuart understands the unique benefit boutique firms can offer and brings the entrepreneurial prowess to support Elixirr’s ambitious growth story.

Ian Stuart, Partner, Elixirr

In that previous role, he has helped deliver sustainable business outcomes for Fortune 500 clients, with expertise including business and IT strategy, large-scale business transformation and disruptive digital technologies. Looking ahead, his key focus area of pharmaceuticals also presents a new industry line for Elixirr, enabling the firm to strengthen its existing work in the healthcare sector.

Speaking on his appointment, Stuart added, “I’m thrilled to be joining the partner team at Elixirr, a firm I’ve closely followed and admired over the last few years. Elixirr are offering something unique – a broad range of consulting services and an ethos of utter commitment to client success. I’m looking forward to challenging the consulting market and being part of this great team”.

Earlier in 2023, Elixirr also welcomed new partners Danielle Croucher and Ben Gower, and Dan Coral and Rory Farquharson on board. The appointments come as Elixirr looks to maintain a rich vein of growth, which saw revenues hit £70.7 million in the firm’s latest financial year.