Curium Solutions wins Professional Services Award

Curium | 12 Jun 2017 | News | General News

Curium Solutions wins Professional Services Award

Change consultancy Curium Solutions wins the award for Professional Services, at this year’s Business Desk Business Masters Awards 2017.

The Professional Services Award category saw companies like; Catalyst Corporate Solutions, COMTEC Translations, Smith Cooper and Squire Patton Boggs all shortlisted. Curium were shortlisted for two award categories this year, including the Small Business Award.

The Business Masters awards showcased the achievements and success of businesses in the region. Hosted by, the Business Masters award winners were announced at a black-tie ceremony at Edgbaston Stadium on 8 June 2017.

Andy Dawson, Curium’s Managing Director said: “We’re delighted to win the Professional Services Business Masters award! Thank you to the judges and the for hosting the event, which was a huge success. We’re really proud to win this tightly contested category and be recognised by the local business community.”

“The West Midlands is a very exciting place to be working, as there are many great businesses based here. We look forward to continuing to support our customers across the region and by doing so, we hope to make a continuing contribution to the success of the region”.

Formed in 2008, Curium is an independent change consultancy working with household brands across a range of sectors. These include Lloyds Banking Group, E.ON, Kingfisher Group, Boots, Argos, Habitat, Zurich, Provident Financial Group, Shop Direct, Prologis, Telefonica, and Nationwide.

This year has seen the company expand into the US, merging with Florida-based performance improvement and leadership development firm DME Consulting International and securing a distribution deal with TetraMap International.

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