The Newleaf is a London, UK-based provider of project consulting and advisory services.
We launched in London in 2015, initially as a very small team of 3 consultants providing project, programme, and business analysis services for key clients within the financial services space and have over the years evolved into recruitments, consultancy, and advisory within the private and public sector. Since our launch till date, we have led and supported in the delivery of major transformation programmes, and place key subject matter individuals with clients to help achieve their objectives.
The Newleaf Consulting had a former trading name of PCL Ltd – established in 2015 before being acquired in Jan 2019. Since the start of our new journey, we have supported fintech and small businesses with recruitments, consultancy, and advisory services.
Over time, we have decided to focus our strategy on strengthening our consultancy offering and equally focus on improving our recruitments and placements capabilities for our key clients across the business and transformation change spectrum.
How we work
The entire team at The Newleaf consulting works remotely, with the exception of our consultants working on client sites where physical presence is required.
We work this way, because we believed since 2020, that you no longer need an office to effectively run an online service business. Furthermore, operating remotely allows us to recruit and retain the best quality staff, regardless of their physical location or immigration status allowing us to slowly achieve our mission of becoming a truly global brand.
Our leadership team is a combination of Technology and Business Idealists with broad experience in the Technology domain, Business Domain, and expertise in leading large-scale global IT projects. Our Experience, skills, and Project Execution helped us in rapid client acquisition and repeat customer engagements. We strongly believe that our expertise, vision, and commitment towards customer satisfaction differentiates us from our competitors.