Are you looking for high-end personal management strategies?
Do you need a variegated development profile that will separate you from the crowd?
Is your portfolio of assimilated multitudinous performance-based outcome assessment modules less impressive than your competitors' portfolios of assimilated multitudinous performance-based outcome assessment modules?
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Here at Carter-Pierrepoint we don't actually know what we do and neither do our clients, but we have a groovy-looking website and an expensive office in the city. We know that to survive in today's cut-throat corporate world you need to spend a lot of money on consultancy fees and we'd very much like you to push some of that cash our way, thank you very much.
These are just some of the services we provide to grow your business:
Mervyn Carter was working in the financial sector when he saw that there was a need for a modern, integrated approach to devolved support strategies that avoided the classic mistake of becoming over-reliant on an overly reflexive isomorphic feedback model. Funded by a dubious insurance claim, his Aunt Mildred and a fortuitous flutter on 'Lucky Boy' running at the 3.15 at Newmarket, Carter set up Carter-Pierrepoint with his friend and bookie, Henry Pierrepoint, and has watched the company go from strength to strength.
Henry Pierrepoint first recognised the value of segregated voluntary planning during his time running a local charity, where they fall for this sort of thing quite a lot. After personally liberating a quarter of a million pounds from the outmoded and restrictive regime imposed by both the charity's funders and the overformal conventions of traditional accounting, Pierrepoint retired from the scene for a maximum of eight years. Released in five due to good behaviour, he helped launch Carter-Pierrepoint and became a key player in initiating the core strategies that have enabled the company to become the industry leader in acquiring the unrestricted reserves of some of the world's biggest businesses.
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