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The BIE Executive Story


Transformation can be strategic or tactical, evolutionary or radical. The only real certainty is that businesses today must be prepared to evolve to survive, whilst delivering business-as-usual before, during and after any period of change.

BIE are constantly evolving, although remaining committed to building meaningful long-term relationships, lasting legacies and adding value.

BIE was formed in 1996 and built a strong reputation in interim management.

After a merger in 2010 and an initial management buy-out in 2013, the business was restructured to form an integrated executive search and interim management practice.

In 2014, the addition of a consultancy practice prompted the development of the current proposition and brand to include a total transformation solution of business consultancy, interim management and executive search.

After a second management buyout in 2017, the business turned its focus to achieving sustainable long-term growth through an enhanced customer centric approach. This ability to be flexible and react nimbly to client and candidate needs enables BIE to build on its current position and continue to evolve its market leading proposition.

BIE’s strength in all three services is a unique differentiator. It allows us to understand the challenges that all business leaders face as they seek to seize opportunities, fend off threats and strengthen their market position.

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BIE tracks its history back to the early days of interim management.



Merger with Archer Mathieson adds executive search capability to BIE's interim management expertise.



Management buy-out followed by restructure into an integrated recruitment provider with functional expertise in Business Transformation, Executive Leadership, Finance, Human Resources and Supply Chain and Procurement.



Addition of in-house management consultancy expertise and launch of advisory practice responding to increasing need to guide organisations through change and to help clients improve their operational efficiency.