Liz Webster joins Grant Thornton’s consulting team as a partner

14 November 2021 1 min. read
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Having worked as an independent consultant for the past two years, Liz Webster has joined Grant Thornton as a partner in its Management Consulting division.

With over a decade of retail experience under her belt, Liz Webster has been named a partner in the Retail practice, with a focus on organisational and supply chain offerings. “It really excites me to work as part of the Retail team at Grant Thornton to provide deep insights and take solutions out to clients,” she said.

Her retail experience includes working at Australian retailers Myer and Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (owner of Priceline), where she held senior management roles and was part of the executive team. More recently, Webster worked at xAct Solutions, a supply chain consultancy that helps retailers and e-commerce groups transform their logistics.

Liz Webster, Partner, Grant Thornton

Jamie Downs, Partner and National Head of Management Consulting at Grant Thornton, said: “Having Liz on our team directly meets the needs of the retail industry. She has a strong and successful history in merchandise and category management and customer analytics to drive revenue growth, optimise business profitability, and increase market-share across department store, pharmacy, convenience store and e-commerce channels.”

“Her experience is impeccable, we know Liz delivers results, and we are lucky to have her in a leadership position within the Retail practice.”

In her new role, Webster will focus on helping Grant Thornton’s retail clients transform their supply chain operations, grow their customer value through customer experience, build capabilities and teams, and drive growth plans.

Webster: “Following 18 months of disruption in retail, I want to help clients make sense of what is happening in the marketplace right now, and also to predict future trends. I have extensive retail knowledge and a vast network of retail contacts, and I’ll utilise both to bring another layer of expertise and skill set to the group.”