Bridewell Consulting appoints Paul Driver as non-executive chairman

Having recently secured a multi-million investment from Growth Capital Partners to expand into new markets and accelerate its service offering, the appointment of Driver aims to bolster value delivery to shareholders, as well as maintaining core values and company culture at Bridewell Consulting.

Prior to joining Bridewell, Driver co-founded and expanded project consultancy company Pcubed, while also holding chairman and director roles at companies such as InfinityWorks and Chaucer Consulting.

Cyber security company Bridewell Consulting is undergoing a period of expansion, with projections for 50% customer growth in 2021.

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“Bridewell is one of the fastest growing UK cyber security companies and I’m excited to play a key role in its next phase of growth,” said new Bridewell Consulting non-executive chairman, Driver.

“Cyber security has never been more important and it is expert consultancies, like Bridewell, who are best-placed to help customers to protect their business-critical applications and data.

“I look forward to the evolution of the company’s managed security services portfolio as it further strengthens its position in the security market, both in the UK and overseas.”

Anthony Young, co-CEO of Bridewell Consulting, commented: “Paul brings a level of expertise and experience that will prove invaluable as we continue to grow in both customers and staff.

“It’s a very exciting time for our business with the recent investment from GCP, and to have Paul on board helping drive that next phase really makes him the perfect addition to the team.”

Scott Nicholson, co-CEO of Bridewell Consulting, added: “Paul’s track record in leading and consulting technology-driven businesses speaks for itself.

“We’re delighted to have him join as our new non-executive chairman to help drive the business forward.”

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