Curium Solutions enhances performance learning capability with strategic acquisition

Employment & Skills | Mergers & Acquisitions | Midlands
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Anne Clews alongside Curium director and co-founder James Farrow

Business transformation consultancy Curium Solutions has acquired Anne Clews Consulting.

The company has said that Anne Clews, who headed up the firm, will lead Curium’s Performance Learning practice, which empowers people to fulfil their potential, overcome obstacles and perform at their best.

Curium director and co-founder James Farrow said: “We’re delighted to welcome Anne to the team. We’ve worked as strategic partners for nearly 10 years and massively value the positive difference she makes to whomever she works with.

“Our ability to deliver Curium’s core purpose, which is to ‘empower people and organisations to achieve their potential’ will be enhanced enormously. Together, we’ll offer a broader range of services and support to individuals, teams and organisations who need our help.”

Clews specialises in transforming individual and team performance across global organisations. Since 2007, she has represented TetraMap International in the UK, enabling people to understand themselves and others better, and helping TetraMap become a trusted and recognised name.

Commenting on her appointment, Clews said: “It would take something special to encourage me away from my own business and Curium is just that.

“I have worked with the team over the years and know how passionate they are about empowering potential and supporting people through change, whether that is as individuals, teams or organisations.

“Joining forces is a great opportunity for both of us and I’m looking forward to introducing my customers to other Curium services that will help them change and perform better.”

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