The MCA (Management Consultancies Association) is delighted to announce that leading performance-driven digital consultancy Stream:20 has joined the Association.
Established in 2005, Stream:20 helps businesses hit their targets, roll out technology, improve performance and plan, forecast, analyse, and report across all areas of digital activity. Areas covered include customer marketing, planning and analysis, e-commerce and on-site marketing, loyalty, product and brand marketing. The consultancy’s clients include Betfair, Orange, BSkyB, Which? and McAfee.
Matt Barker, Joint Managing Director, Stream:20 said:
“As digital is becoming an ever more frequent subject in board level discussions we felt it was the right time to join the MCA. As a leading digital consulting firm we pride ourselves on adhering to the MCA’s professional standards.”
Alan Leaman, Chief Executive of the MCA said:
“We are delighted to welcome Stream:20 to the membership of the MCA. Their digital expertise is outstanding and they also symbolise how the management consulting industry is developing to meet new challenges from clients.”
The MCA's member companies comprise around 65 per cent of the UK consulting industry in fee income, employ around 40,000 consultants and work with over 90 of the top FTSE 100 companies and almost all parts of the public sector. All members adhere to the MCA Code of Practice that provides the consultancy buyer with reassurance that MCA firms maintain the highest standards.
About the Management Consultancies Association (MCA)
The Management Consultancies Association (MCA) is the representative body for management consultancy firms in the UK. Its fifty member companies comprise around 65 per cent of the UK consulting industry, estimated to be worth over £9bn. These firms employ more than 40,000 consultants and work with over 90 of the top FTSE 100 companies and almost all parts of the public sector.
The MCA’s tough entry criteria and rigorous Code of Practice mean that MCA member companies are widely acknowledged to provide high quality services to their clients. Many of their achievements are recognised in the annual MCA Awards.
The MCA informs and influences public debate on topical issues, and provides authoritative data on the industry. It commissions research and policy analysis and represents the industry in discussions with Government and other stakeholders. The MCA also facilitates networking and the sharing of best practice within the industry through events, publications and initiatives such as the Young MCA.