Tony Marshall joins 2MPy as co-partner

Former Arup global business leader Tony Marshall, pictured, has joined emerging business consultancy 2MPy as a co-partner.

Chartered engineer and former Arup global business leader Tony Marshall has joined emerging business consultancy 2MPy as a co-partner. 

The appointment comes as the company celebrates continued development and its first year of trading by expanding its strategic leadership and project delivery capability. 

Clare B Marshall, founding partner of 2MPy, said: “Following a period of organic expansion and increasing demand for tailored, solutions-focused independent advice, I am delighted that Tony Marshall has joined the business as a co-partner. The recent restructure of the business will enable us to collaborate more widely and develop deeper, longer lasting relationships with clients and business partners. 

“Tony’s knowledge and experience of business strategy, multidisciplinary programme development and complex project delivery will add real value to our growing consultancy.”

2MPy offers advisory services to small, medium and large enterprises around the globe on strategic and commercial initiatives. This includes advice on business development strategy and management of corporate improvement programmes, to troubleshooting on live projects and independent advice on business sincerity and governance. 

The team also provides mentoring and coaching to business leaders and aspiring professionals across multiple disciplines and sectors as well as tailored programmes of strategic support and advice to businesses across the property and real estate, architecture, engineering, construction, legal, financial services and insurance sectors.

Tony Marshall said: “2MPy’s updated business model allows a more rounded service for clients, drawing on the integrated suite of skills and experience of our co-partners to provide a unique, comprehensive and dynamic service. This is an exciting time to be joining 2MPy and I look forward to seeing the business continue to evolve and grow.”

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