The Financial Times Recognizes Prophet as a Leading Management Consultancy in 2021 UK Listing

February 22, 2021

LONDON – For the fourth consecutive year, Prophet has been named as one of the leading management consultants in the UK by the Financial Times.

Compiled in partnership with Statista, the FT’s fourth annual list reveals those consultancies most recommended by their peers and clients. In 2021, Prophet has received coveted recognition once again for its expertise in both the marketing & brand and sales & customer relationship sectors.

“To be celebrated as one of the most highly regarded consultancies by the FT once again is a real honor and acknowledgment of the unwavering reputation of our transformational work,” said Tobias Bärschneider, Partner and EMEA Regional Lead at Prophet.

“This achievement kicks off another exciting year for Prophet. While we are still navigating global challenges and facing uncertainty, digital transformation continues to fuel the consultancy sector. Our expertise and services continue to be in high demand and it’s a privilege to see our high caliber team of strategic and creative experts delivering such incredible solutions and results for our clients in the UK and around the world.”

The full list, and details of the survey’s methodology, can be found here.

About Prophet

Prophet is a consultancy that helps clients unlock uncommon growth by developing new business models, reimagining brands and experiences, driving demand and customer engagement and empowering people to transform their organizations. The largest privately-owned firm of its kind, Prophet brings a unique blend of creative and strategy to identify paths to purposeful, transformative and sustainable growth. Based in San Francisco, with 12 global offices and more than 500 strategists, data analysts, marketers, digital experts and creatives, Prophet has worked with the world’s most successful companies, including AXA, CVS Health, The Home Depot, Samsung, T-Mobile, and UBS, partnering with them from ideation to in-market execution.