Thought Provoking Consulting (TPC) continues its expansion into the US by investing in Change 4 Growth (C4G)
London, January 11, 2018 – Thought Provoking Consulting Group, a specialist retail consultancy, are happy to announce that it has invested in US based Change Management Consulting company Change 4 Growth, formerly known as Sequent Consulting.
Co-Founder of Thought Provoking Consulting, Keith Taylor said "this is a very exciting development for both companies. Change 4 Growth has a strong pedigree in organisational change management which we have not previously been able to offer clients. They have an excellent retail customer list and Beth Thomas, their CEO, is a well-known and highly regarded ex-retailer. They have a strong presence in the US and so will strengthen the group’s presence in this market while we can help them expand into the UK and Europe."
Change 4 Growth is America’s top retail boutique firm for Transformational Change. C4G has created a niche where they help their clients deal with change at every level within the organisation. Whether it is change impacting individual contributors, leaders or the total organisation, their methods and experience have been proven to increase performance, results and adoption for any change their clients face. Without their help, clients have cited they would not have achieved the expected ROI and the transformation would not have been successful.
Change 4 Growth has grown an impressive list of top retail clients including Abercrombie & Fitch, American Eagle, Chico’s, Eddie Bauer and Ann Taylor. Its services include organisational change management, culture alignment and engagement, leadership development, training and e-learning and recruitment of staff support.
Beth Thomas, CEO of Change 4 Growth and author of ‘Powered by Happy’ said "I’m so excited to be working with Thought Provoking Consulting to continue to grow our US business as part of the Group. I love their customer centric approach and feel a great cultural fit and believe we are stronger together. The move will allow us to tap into a breadth of retail expertise and help our clients find solutions that are critical in this age in areas such as pricing, promotions, planning, product development and supply chain. Just as exciting will be our ability to work together on driving genuine retail transformation which combines cultural change with the right business process and technology components."