We’re an agile, experienced and diverse team of analysts, strategists and consultants. Our clients are also diverse. But when transforming their businesses, they always want a partner they can trust. To help them maximise value, we bring the human touch, as well as our experience and deep knowledge of best practice.
Our clients pay for results, not consultancy. They get to design, develop and implement change successfully, embedding and sustaining the right vision for their business. We supercharge their ability to really move the dial on change, while grappling with the day-to-day demands of their work.
Why do we do it? Because we love it. It’s challenging and exhilarating work. Many of us have experienced the impersonal ‘big consultancy’ approach. We want to get alongside our clients, get stuck in, and help them deliver great results instead. This is the Alchemmy Difference.
We focus as much on ‘hearts and minds’ (emotions and culture) as ‘nuts and bolts’ (strategy, data and processes).
Like a lot of people in recent times, we blend home and remote working with being together in an office. We place a big emphasis on building a shared, supportive culture with our clients. We love visitors at our Riverside House office, who get to enjoy the great views across London. Contact us if you’d like to pop in too, and see how we can work together to achieve your goals.
We recognise that the climate emergency is current and real, and that’s why we launched Alchemmy Green, a programme of internal climate-friendly initiatives that deliver positive benefits for the environment.
As part of our adherence to the seven principles of Corporate Digital Responsibility, Alchemmy is committing to adopt industry best practice by subjecting our website, social media, and all aspects of our electronically enabled presence to annual audit by the independent (and non-Alchemmy) experts on the Digital Responsibility Forum. We will publish their findings, together with our improvement plan. As part of our Alchemmy Green commitment and our goal of carbon negativity, the metrics to which we will also routinely subject our digital presence will include sustainability measures.