Partnership agreed with Turning Circle Solutions

Network Knowledge and Turning Circle Solutions have agreed a partnership to mutually benefit their combined clients.

Formed in 2001, Turning Circle Solutions is a firm of business advisers providing strategic growth and turnaround advice, general tax and accountancy assistance and a non-executive director's service. Turning Circle also has access to fund-raising sources, (both institutional and private), through an extensive network of professional contacts.

Approachability, plain speaking and jargon-free advice are key tenets of Turning Circle and they always aim to provide a same-day response for clients. Having a flat management structure ensures that each case is handled by a senior executive and that all advice given is direct and punchy.

Services are charged via a mixture of time-based and contingent fees, and on some occasions, a percentage of equity. Turning Circle are not sector-specific and are always happy to talk to interesting people with interesting business propositions, however large or small, as our key objective is to help clients’ businesses to grow. Legally, profitably and safely

Network Knowledge are IT management specialists covering all aspects of IT globally for all sizes of business. All consultants are IT experts who have sector knowledge, particularly in ecommerce, telecoms & online gaming. Services provided include IT Infrastructure, IT Operations & Support, bespoke Software & Application development, IT Project Management, IT Strategy & Architecture and IT Turnaround services. All services can be provided onshore, offshore or by a combination. In addition, outsourcing, insourcing and hybrids are also provided for, particularly in the current cost conscious environment.

"As we get closer to the our clients' businesses, so we are being asked for advice outside of IT. Since we are IT specialists, it is important to us to get the very best partners in order to ensure our clients continue to recommend us." Peter Groom, Managing Consultant, Network Knowledge