Business Manager

43-51 Great Titchfield Street, London

The Business Manager sits at the core of our project teams, delivering day-to-day co-ordination and support in creating cut-through content that delivers strong client outcomes.

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We help businesses change faster than the world around them

20 - 30
Role Location London
Client Facing Occasionally


The role

  • Business Managers work in our consulting business as the 'glue' that holds our project teams together
  • Day-to-day co-ordination of projects, helping consulting teams provide great client service
  • Act as thought partner for our Architects and Leads on key content deliverables
  • Support Programme Managers to deliver commercially effective projects
  • Develop strong relationships with client teams and internal teams
  • Conduct and collate research and gather creative stimulus
  • Organise event sessions in creative spaces to deliver the right experience for our clients
  • Manage day-to-day team interactions and diary management
  • Manage budget and expenses across projects
  • Support key strategic projects internally


About you

  • You’ll be fiercely organised
  • Hungry to get an insight into big business
  • You’ll be creative and able to think on your feet
  • You’ll want to learn and develop your existing skills
  • You’ll enjoy having a varied role and being able to multi-task


  • Outstanding organisational skills
  • Confident and articulate communicator
  • Some experience / understanding of handling budgets
  • Commercially savvy
  • Multi-tasking
  • Calm under pressure
  • Microsoft Office 365 skills
  • Photoshop/InDesign would be advantageous
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Typically 3 interview stages

Essential Skills

Highly Organised Budget Management Strategic thinker Insights Driven Problem Solver Multitasking Confident Microsoft Office 365 Photoshop/InDesign Calm Under Pressure Resilience Creative thinker Project Management Verbal Communication Written Communication Commercially Savvy Relationship Management


  • Step-change career development: 1:1 coaching, a personal development budget, access to a game-changing advisory network, senior mentorship, a safe space to learn.
  • 'Adult to Adult' Working: Total business transparency, ownership of part of the internal agenda (e.g. events, marketing), true autonomy at work, support to exit well when the time comes.
  • Benefits that mean something: Standard benefits (like health, dental, etc.) as compulsory, plus an annual personal benefits budget to spend on what matters to you.

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