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William specialises in Charity, Arts, Culture and Heritage
Whether it is the need to establish long-term financial sustainability and income growth, the diversification of audiences or the need to harness the power of new technology to inform, engage and broaden access, never has there been a greater need for strong and skilled leaders within the sector.
Berwick Partners is proud to work with many of the UK’s leading Arts and Cultural organisations and we firmly believe in their power to help aid transformation and development in society.
Our aim is to make a positive impact upon the Arts, Cultural and Heritage sectors by the recruitment of outstanding leaders. We partner with our clients, providing a comprehensive, quality focussed and bespoke approach to each particular recruitment challenge.
We are experienced in working across the Arts and Cultural landscape, from museums and galleries to theatres, opera and classical music organisations, helping source exceptional leadership talent to help steer organisations through these ever changing times.
Director of Development, Rose Theatre Kingston
"We appointed Berwick Partners to search for our new Director of Development. The search was led by William Pringle who at all times kept us informed on progress and delivered an exceptional list of candidates. We successfully appointed and I would strongly recommend his and Berwick Partners' services."
Robert O’Dowd, Chief Executive, Rose Theatre Kingston
Director of Operations, Bletchley Park
“Will Pringle and the Berwick Partners team were engaged to find Bletchley Park a Director of Operations. Working with Will and his team was been a painless and rewarding experience, and I am sure we will be doing so again in the future.”
Iain Standen, CEO, Bletchley Park Trust
Deputy Director for The Tank Museum
“I was very happy to work with Will Pringle from Berwick Partners in recruiting a Deputy Director for The Tank Museum. Will was responsive and proactive and we had the feeling of working in part of a very well worked out process.”
Richard Smith, Director, The Tank Museum