Eunomia to Open New Manchester Office

16th September 2015

Eunomia has today announced that it will be opening a new office in Manchester in the Autumn of 2015.

The new office will mean a further expansion for the firm, which has grown from a staff of just 25 in 2010 to 70 once its planned Manchester team is in place.

As part of this expansion, Dr Darren Perrin has joined Eunomia in a senior business development role. Darren is a Chartered Waste Manager with more than 15 years’ varied consultancy experience, which has included significant business development roles covering Europe, Australia and New Zealand. He has delivered waste strategy work for local, regional and national governments, which has involved options appraisals, waste modelling and stakeholder management.

He will be joined by Kate Thompson, an experienced consultant who specialises in waste strategy, options appraisals and waste data analysis. Together they will augment Eunomia’s well-established team already working in these areas. One of Eunomia’s existing senior staff, Peter Jones, will act as interim head of the new office. Further senior and junior appointments are expected later in the year.

Eunomia Chairman Dominic Hogg said:

I’m delighted that Darren and Kate are joining the team, and helping us to strengthen our position in the UK, as well as overseas. With demand growing for our services in diverse markets, we see this as the ideal time to expand our capacity and reach.

Eunomia’s ambitious business plan has seen the company establish offices in London in 2012 and Brussels in 2014, and anticipates significant further growth in demand for the company’s offering, which is centred around helping clients in private and public sectors alike to ensure that ‘doing the right thing’ on sustainability grounds also makes commercial sense. The new Manchester office will give the company a stronger base in the North, making it easier to deliver work for local authorities and businesses in Northern England, North Wales and Scotland.


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