The history of Odgers Interim

Follow the timeline below to see our key milestones through the last 18 years.

1999

Chris Behan launches Odgers Interim focussing on the commercial sector

2000

Odgers Interim is a founding member of the Interim Management Association

2004

Odgers Interim Public Sector is launched

2005

We open in Leeds

2006

SJ Leatherdale, Partner in Healthcare, joins Odgers Interim

Odgers Interim is appointed as a London Borough Recruitment Supplier

2008

Bambos Eracleous, Partner in Local Government, joins Odgers Interim

We open in Birmingham

Sarah Shaw, Partner in Education, joins Odgers Interim

2009

Odgers Interim Management Group is created on LinkedIn

2010

The Institute of Interim Management ranks Odgers Interim Number Five

March
Grant Speed, Managing Director, joins Odgers Interim
July
Paul Smith, Partner in Financial Services, joins Odgers Interim
August
Duncan Hoggett, Partner in Energy, Manufacturing and Infrastructure, joins Odgers Interim
November
Odgers Interim opens in Cardiff

2011

The Institute of Interim Management ranks Odgers Interim Number Three

Odgers Interim opens in Manchester

January
Odgers Interim rebrands
April/May
Odgers Interim launches its new website
October
Odgers Interim creates dedicated Events and Business Development team led by Sarah Humphreys

2012

The Institute of Interim Management ranks Odgers Interim Number Three

March
Annual SME Dinner launches
September
Perspective, the Odgers Interim Newsletter, launches
October
Suresh Lal joins launching Social Housing practice

2013

The Institute of Interim Management ranks Odgers Interim Number Two

First PPM event

Odgers Interim is appointed to the Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation Framework

May
Odgers Interim announce revenues have increased by 31% in 2012/2013 financial year
June
Simon Havers previously CEO of Baird Capital joins to launch Private Equity Practice

2014

The Institute of Interim Management ranks Odgers Interim Number One

April
Odgers Interim announce revenues have increased by 22% in 2013/2014 financial year