Caliba Group promotes Anais Lemaire and Matthew Winkler

29 August 2022 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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Australian consultancy Caliba Group has promoted two of its company members to the next level: Anais Lemaire and Matthew Winkler.

In her second promotion since joining the procurement consulting firm in the summer of 2020, Anais Lemaire has made the step up to Manager level. French-origin Lemaire is a member of the firm’s Healthcare practice, where she focuses on clients in the hospital and aged care segments.

Commenting on her promotion, Daniel Williams, a partner at 40-strong consultancy Caliba Group, said, “We are delighted to share the well-deserved promotion of Anais. The pride she takes in her work is truly inspiring.”

Anais Lemaire and Matthew Winkler - Caliba

Lemaire started her career working for Savencia, a company specialised in dairy and cheese products, where she helped implement a new supply chain for the Scandinavian market. She later moved to the transportation sector with Maersk, where she initiated continuous improvement projects, and served Cleanaway Waste Management, where she worked in the commercial expert team.

Matthew Winkler joined Caliba Group a year ago, and now sees his efforts rewarded with promotion to Senior Consultant level. He specialises in cost reduction projects for heavy industry clients, and provides support in tender and contract management.

Winkler started his career working for Bond University after he completed his MBA and Masters in Finance. Whilst working in a consulting role at Bond, he managed business improvement projects for organisations in the public sector and developed financial models to predict performance of companies and industry sectors.

“Congratulations to Matthew on being promoted to Senior Consultant, a testimony to his hard work and impact at our clients,” said Williams.

The duo promotions come shortly after Caliba Group made the headlines for an industry-pioneering move to offer all its employees access to an unlimited leave scheme.