EY-Parthenon appoints two senior supply chain specialists

EY-Parthenon has announced the appointment of two supply chain specialists, Nick Partridge and Stuart Clarke, as associate partners based in London.

In his new role, Partridge will focus on creating value and improving performance for consumer products customers. He brings 22 years of experience working with manufacturing companies and their end-to-end supply chains, as well as professional consulting experience at AlixPartners and a Big Four practice.

Partridge has also held supply chain management positions at Unilever and he recently worked as an independent consultant on the sell side of a multi-billion euro global CPG exclusion.

Meanwhile, Clarke is an experienced supply chain professional with operations and consulting experience in consumer goods and retail. He started his career in supply chain at Unilever, before pursuing a career in consulting.

This includes stints at Accenture, Kearney and as an independent consultant. Clarke reportedly led transformative projects from strategy development to implementation.

Partridge said: “I am delighted to join EY-Parthenon at a time when the consumer products market is dramatically reshaping, presenting significant opportunities and risks for businesses and their investors. I look forward to strengthening our ability to help companies and private equity clients achieve sustainable value creation in this sector. »

Clarke added: “With companies facing significant complexities in driving supply chain performance, particularly during transactions, I look forward to bringing the unrivaled breadth and depth of EY’s capabilities to working together with our customers to achieve success. »

Michel Driessen, Senior Partner at EY-Parthenon, said: “Supply chain resilience has never been more critical. Nick and Stuart bring a wealth of in-house and consulting experience that builds on our existing capabilities in consumer products, supply chain and value creation. I am delighted to welcome them both.

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