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Paul Driver joins Infinity Works as non-executive chairman
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Paul Driver joins Infinity Works as non-executive chairman 

Infinity Works, the fast-growing digital transformation consultancy, has appointed Paul Driver as non-executive chairman. Paul, originally from Lenzie, near Glasgow, is an entrepreneur and management consultant with significant experience in growing international consulting businesses. The computer science graduate spent his early career at Ford Motor Company and Andersen Consulting before co-founding Pcubed, a world leader in the project, programme, portfolio and change management industry. He has been active as an angel investor and non-executive director since Pcubed was sold in 2014. Paul said: “The demand for digital transformation is growing massively but constrained by the quality of supply. That gives us a huge opportunity to build on the amazing success that Infinity Works has enjoyed to date. “The founders and extended management team have created a consultancy capable of delivering digital transformation and cultural change at traditional companies and building new digital businesses from scratch.” The six-year-old company is headquartered in Leeds and has offices in London, Manchester and Edinburgh for a growing workforce of over 400 people. Revenues will exceed £50m this year. Infinity Works received a minority investment from Growth Capital Partners (GCP) in January 2019 to support significant additional scale and increase its share of the multi-billion-pound market for IT services. Paul has worked with GCP on successfully growing another consulting business. He added: “Infinity Works has a beautiful sense of fun but also a level of steel, focus and determination to do great work and grow. The company has a unique collaborative and supportive culture that is prized by clients and employees alike.” Paul Henshaw, joint managing director and co-founder, said: “We are delighted to welcome Paul to our team and greatly value his skills and experience in growing international consulting businesses. “Appointing a chairman is part of the growing up process we started last year to become more strategic in our vision and more focused on our plan of attack for the future. “We have a fantastic opportunity to establish Infinity Works as the UK’s best digital transformation consultancy.” In January, Infinity Works was named among the UK’s top management consultancies in an influential analysis of the sector. Compiled by the Financial Times and Statista, the annual rating assesses the consultancies on recommendations by their clients and peers. Infinity Works was recognised for its work in healthcare and life sciences, public and social sector and innovation, growth and new business models.

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