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MCA Member Survey 2022


The MCA estimates that consulting activity grew by 16% in 2021. This is according to data collected from MCA council representatives, the senior leaders at member firms responsible for submitting firm-wide data on performance. This is a six-fold increase from the growth rate of 2.5% for 2020, and demonstrates the resilience of the sector and its ability to evolve with changing circumstances.

Employees at MCA accredited firms can access the full report for free using their work email address (see below for details).

Click on the ‘Add to Cart’ button in the top right-hand corner. Follow the ‘Checkout’ instructions using your work domain email address. The website will automatically make the report ‘free’ at checkout.

For information on the content of this report, please email Caroline Florence or call 020 7645 7959.

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The MCA commissioned this member survey to identify the key trends, challenges and opportunities facing the consulting sector in the UK, and the impact on clients and consultants. The research draws on data from individuals, senior leaders and CEOs employed at a wide variety of firms across the UK, and provides an unrivalled assessment of the performance of the consulting sector in the UK in 2021, and future predictions for growth.

This report provides a unique insight into the challenges presented by remote working and the impact of recent events on work-life balance across our industry, and it will also seek to understand the attitudes of staff towards industry efforts on diversity and inclusion. One can too easily jump to conclusions about the so-called ‘great resignation’ and other, wider trends in society, but this report is grounded in data, produced with members for members, and independently verified by our research partner, Savanta.


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