ea Change announces management buyout

IT and business change solutions provider ea Change has announced a management buyout.

After 23 years of leadership, ea Change founders Steve Robson, Cheryl Robson and Jon Murphy are stepping away from their day-to-day roles to “remain part of the journey in an advisory capacity”, the company announced. Senior team members James McNicol and Andrew Oliver (pictured, left-right) will become joint owners and managing directors of the business. 

The company’s current specialisms include digital, data & technology, test automation and software development. A company statement said that McNicol will continue his work diversifying the ea Change offering across financial services, government, telecoms and utilities sectors, and focus on client services. The portfolio of offerings includes interim, permanent/fixed term, retained search and statement of work services.

Oliver will maintain and support the ea Change team and delivery.

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