Eton Bridge Partners wins first place in 2021 IIM Survey

The team at Eton Bridge are absolutely delighted to share the news that we have been voted overall winner of the Institute of Interim Management (IIM) annual survey.

This will be the 10th year of being in the top 10 and receiving this consistent recognition amongst such a prestigious field of Interim Service Providers reflects all the dedication, care and hard work of our team.

We would like to thank our interim community for their ongoing support, for contributing to the 2021 IIM survey and to the Institute of Interim Management (IIM) for facilitating the report which you can download here.

We are also incredibly proud to have three of our consultants recognised as runners up in the list of leading consultants – Congratulations to Alison Rotundo, Ross Dawson and Ben Cowan!

Receiving this recognition directly from our interim network means a huge amount to us as we strive to do the very best on every single assignment we work on. Our culture of care and authenticity is at the heart of all we do, and we are pleased that this is recognised as something which really sets us apart.

This year has been a tough one for everyone and it has been extraordinary to feel the sense of community within our network and to see the strength of the relationships which the team have built. The second half of 2021 is looking very positive and we’re delighted to have extended the team as we expand our interim offering to cover the full breadth of corporate leadership positions.

Thank you for your support and we look forward to working together in the coming months.

Ashton Ward

Managing Partner


Ashton is Eton Bridge Partner’s Managing Partner. His vision for the business has always been clear; to be the most trusted partner in executive search and interim management. He is dedicated to building a strong team to fulfill this aim. The strength of the team is reflected in the fact that Eton Bridge Partners has been ranked in the top two UK providers of Interim Managers for each of the past three years by the Institute of Interim Management (IIM).