Vysyble and The Barbour Partnership Announce Strategic Partnership
Vysyble and The Barbour Partnership are pleased to announce that they have entered into a strategic partnership, combining The Barbour Partnership’s extensive business strategy and consulting experience with Vysyble’s business performance and analytical expertise.
– 14th June 2019.
and The Barbour Partnership are pleased to announce that they have entered into
a strategic partnership which combines The Barbour Partnership’s extensive
business strategy and consulting experience with Vysyble’s economic performance
and analytical expertise.
by Professor John Barbour of the University of Strathclyde Business School and one
of the world’s leading experts in value-based strategic thinking, the Barbour
Partnership has assisted the CEO’s of a number of FTSE-100 companies in
developing and delivering successful value-creating strategies for their shareholders
and other stakeholders.
is best known for its work in assessing the economic performance of English
football clubs including those of the Premier League with a data-driven
approach using the value-based economic profit metric. The company has also
reported on the retail, energy supply and commercial property markets and has
had its data and findings regularly covered by major media outlets around the
new relationship brings together The Barbour Partnership’s skills and
experience in value-creating strategic development with Vysyble’s data-driven
are delighted that through this partnership we are able to provide an
unparalleled level of insight and strategic direction to those companies where there
is a clear requirement to improve value for shareholders and other stakeholders,’
said Roger Bell, Director, Vysyble.
‘Vysyble has developed an enviable reputation and profile in highlighting industries where the application of value-based metrics has revealed significant performance and strategic deficiencies. We look forward to delivering comprehensive value-creating solutions to customers with our new partner,’ commented Professor Barbour.