Tatham Pearce director Amanda Tatham is to leave the consultancy in August to set up on her own.
Tatham, who started Tatham Pearce in 1987 with David Pearce and Raye Roberts, says her consultancy is already underway. Tatham Pearce clients who have a direct relationship with Tatham will go with her, she says.
Pearce says Tatham is not likely to be replaced at the multi-disciplinary consultancy.
Pearce, Roberts and Gill Davies continue as directors of Tatham Pearce. Tatham will cease to be a director at Tatham Pearce and says her leaving is amicable. “I just don’t want to work on big projects any more – its too much hassle,” she says.
“The new consultancy is a continuation of my company before we formed Tatham Pearce,” says Tatham.
The new group will operate from London’s Shepherd’s Bush and is called Amanda Tatham. Tatham will be working by herself and taking people on for the duration of a project.