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Andy Tomkins

Andy Tomkins is the founder and Director of Atomki.  He has more than twenty years' experience in strategy design and implementation, managing change and improving performance. 


Typically he works with business leaders, in both large and small enterprises, to identify challenges and formulate appropriate strategic responses.  He can work effectively at Board level or with senior managers.  Andy is an expert facilitator and regularly works with groups to help them achieve their objectives and make critical decisions.


Andy has worked extensively in the energy industry, in both conventional and alternative segments, but has also worked in manufacturing, healthcare and consumer product sectors.  His work is mostly in Europe and the US, but he has also worked in Asia and Middle East.


Previously, Andy was a founding Partner of i2a Consulting LLP, a company he built from start-up into an established business.  Earlier in his career Andy was Global Head of Chemical Services at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young (CGE&Y).  He also worked for Arthur D. Little, a leading management consultancy firm for six years.  Before consulting, Andy worked in sales & marketing roles with Procter & Gamble, Rhone Poulenc and Beecham Pharmaceuticals (now GSK).


Andy is a trustee of The Piscari Charitable Trust.


He is currently based in London.


Please contact Andy Tomkins on the following phone number with any questions or to make an appointment:


+44 7768 688 247


Please also use our contact form.

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