Results, not just better processes

When you talk to Oliver Wight about improving your business, we’ll assume you want results, not just better processes - things like increased revenues and margins and greater market share.

If you have the ambition, it is possible to make improvements that truly transform the performance of your organization and create more fulfilling roles for the people within it. We believe this can only be delivered by your own people.

So, unlike other consultancy firms, we transfer our knowledge to you; knowledge that comes from more than 50 years of working with some of the world’s best-known companies. We are proud to be recognized as a leading management consultancy (Financial Times UK’s Leading Management Consultants Special Report for 2021).

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A reputation for innovation

Oliver Wight has a long-standing reputation for innovation and we continually challenge the industry status quo, so you always get the latest in new thinking. Your Oliver Wight partners will use their real-world experience to ensure your people, business processes, and technology are fully aligned and integrated right across your organization. They will coach, guide, and inspire your people to drive change throughout your organization, allowing you to create a culture of continuous improvement and innovation that simply becomes for you ‘the way we do things around here’. It’s a proven, sustainable approach that will deliver results straight to the bottom line.

Why choose us?


expert Partners across Europe, Africa, and the Middle East


years' of experience
transforming businesses


clients received a
Class A Excellence Award

Our locations

We support and work across the whole of Europe, Africa and Middle East as well as offer a seamless experience with our other regions - Asia Pacific and Americas.

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News & Insights

In the press
26 Nov 2021

The FMCG companies that will be affected over Christmas and what they can do to minimise disruption


Many businesses have been impacted simultaneously by a perfect storm of forces (Brexit, energy costs, shortages of Labour) and, as Gary Connors and Mike Gray, Partners at Oliver Wight EAME, point out here, this is going to affect many more goods than prev

In the press
22 Nov 2021

COP26 And How Businesses Need To Respond

CEO Today

Gary Connors, Partner at Oliver Wight EAME, explains what business should be doing in the wake of the COP26 summit.

In the press
17 Nov 2021

Create an aligned strategy fit for future business growth

Medical Device Developments

Discover the three key strategies Oliver Wight is using to help clients realize their ambitions and drive future growth.

In the press
17 Nov 2021

Explaining the UK’s supply chain crisis

The Business Briefing

What’s behind the supply chain crisis affecting British businesses right now, and will this winter of our discontent end any time soon?

In the press
05 Nov 2021

How To Avoid Falling Victim To The Retail Channel


Monte Maritz shares his advice for organizations that wish to avoid being a victim to the retail channel.

In the press
04 Nov 2021

COP26: What’s In It For Business?


As the eyes of the world turn towards Glasgow this November, media chatter around COP26 will doubtless amplify the most colourful disputes and disagreements among the gathered dignitaries and heads of state.

In the press
07 Oct 2021

How brands can avoid being a victim to the retail channel

Biz Dispatch

The strong influence and position of major players in the retail channel, whether traditional or online, represents a major risk to many brand owners.

24 Sep 2021

Are companies losing productivity in this new world?

How can business leaders ensure people are communicated with in a way that makes them feel positive and productive?

In the press
13 Sep 2021

Finding the next generation of CFOs


In a recent survey, 45 percent of those questioned believed insufficient attention was being paid to developing the skillsets of the next generation of finance chiefs.

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