EY-Parthenon has announced the appointment of two supply chain specialists.
Nick Partridge and Stuart Clarke both join EY-Parthenon as Associate Partners based in London.
In his new role, Nick will focus on value creation and performance improvement for consumer products clients. He brings 22 years’ experience working with manufacturing businesses and their end-to-end supply chains as well as professional consulting experience at AlixPartners and a big four practice. Nick also held supply chain management roles at Unilever and, most recently, worked as an independent consultant on the sell-side of a multi-billion-euro global CPG carve out.
Nick Partridge, Associate Partner at EY-Parthenon, said: “I am excited to join EY-Parthenon at a time when the consumer products market is reshaping dramatically, presenting significant opportunities and risks to companies and their investors. I look forward to building our capability to support corporate and Private Equity clients realise sustainable value creation in this sector.”
Stuart Clarke is an experienced supply chain professional with operations and consulting experience in consumer goods and retail. He began his career with Unilever supply chain, before pursuing a career in consulting which included periods at Accenture, Kearney and as an independent consultant. Stuart has led transformative projects from strategy development through to implementation.
Stuart Clarke, Associate Partner at EY-Parthenon, said: “With companies facing significant complexities in driving supply chain performance, particularly during transactions, I’m looking forward to bringing the unparalleled breadth and depth of EY capabilities to work collaboratively with our clients to achieve success.”
EY-Parthenon supports organisations with the development, evaluation, and end-to-end execution of their transaction strategy.
Michel Driessen, Senior Partner at EY-Parthenon, added: “Supply chain resilience has never been more critical. Nick and Stuart bring a wealth of in-house and consultancy experience which build upon our existing capability in consumer products, supply chain and value creation. I am delighted to welcome them both.”