Pollen Consulting Group kicks off 2021 with four new members

10 March 2021 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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Sydney-based Pollen Consulting Group has kicked off 2021 in style with the addition of four new hires.

James Byrne joined Pollen from KPMG, where he worked five years in the global mobility space, focused on advisory and tax compliance engagements. He has supported clients in sectors including banking, fast moving consumer goods and technology on legal, financial and tax considerations, and gained experience with process improvement and advanced data analytics.

Brendt Schultz joined Pollen Consulting Group with three years of experience in technology Consulting at Accenture. He has primarily worked on large scale system implementation programs in the food & beverage, products and public service industries, both in Australia and overseas.

James Byrne, Brendt Shultz, Ollie Jackson and Derek Cunningham

Ollie Jackson has been appointed Growth & Engagement Lead for ANZ at Pollen, stepping into the role with five years of experience. Prior to joining he held a role business development and recruitment process improvement at a staffing agency, focused on the manufacturing and supply chain segments. Jackson is originally from the United Kingdom.

Derek Cunningham has joined Pollen as a Managing Director, tasked with leading the firm’s launch and expansion in the UK. He has 15 years of experience in the consultancy sector, specialised in supply chain, operations technology and sustainable behavioral change. He previously served two boutique consulting firms in the UK.

Founded in 2016, Pollen Consulting is a growing consultancy dedicated to the fast moving consumer goods sector. The firm specialises in supply chain, procurement and operational transformation services.