Roberts Group Consulting launches in Asia with Singapore office

13 January 2021 2 min. read

London-based human capital consultancy Roberts Group Consulting has launched an office in Singapore to spearhead its expansion into Asia Pacific.

Roberts Group Consulting is a boutique consulting firm specialising in helping businesses get the most from their people. The firm was founded in 2017 by Tom Roberts, who previously spent over a decade at Accenture in the UK, latterly as a leader in the firm’s Learning & Development practice.

Having operated in the UK and Europe over the past two and half years, the advisory firm has now turned to Asia for its next phase of growth. From its base in Singapore, the boutique will help clients across Asia Pacific and the Middle East “with their most critical change initiatives,” said Roberts.

Roberts Consulting Group launches in Asia with Singapore office

This will include topics such as building organisational capabilities, leadership alignment and cultural change, learning & development, purpose-driven working, and embracing new ways of working including remote and virtual working. The new kid on the block will initially focus on clients in the consumer goods, technology and financial services landscape. 

The Singapore is led by newly appointed Director, Daniel Flynn. He also has background at Accenture, and relocated to Singapore in 2017 whilst working for Accenture’s Strategy & Consulting practice. During his tenure at the consulting giant, Flynn has lived and worked across Singapore and Bangkok, partnering with a number of local and global clients across the region.

Speaking on the launch of the new office, Flynn said, “We’ve hit the ground running, and are already partnering with organisations to help them solve some of their big people challenges. Over the coming months, we look forward to expanding our team as we bring our expertise to more clients across the region.”

In related news, GHD Advisory recently also setup shop in Singapore to spearhead its launch in Asia, while Milliman added a base in Sri Lanka to lift its presence in Asia to 13 locales.