Grey Sky Consulting is founded on extensive experience in some of the UK’s most successful
businesses and public sector bodies. This experience, combined with our links with
a wide range of other senior independent consultants allows us to provide our clients
with a wide range of expertise through a single strategic partnership.
Delivering critical success
GreySky was formed in 2005 by James Saunby based on a career in the UK IT and telecoms
sector. Our main aim is to deliver business and economic growth through development
of IT. Currently, this aim means we’re passionate about the development of next generation
broadband projects - whether they are delivering superfast broadband to remote rural
communities, or supporting small businesses in getting the maximum benefit from ultrafast
networks in city centres.
Whatever the project our approach is to bring leading expertise - through our own
experience and expertise, or by working with other leading experts.
One of GreySky's main focuses is in supporting small businesses to compete more effectively.
Whether we are supporting large companies to develop and market products for their
SME customers, working with business support agencies, or working directly with small
businesses, we are committed to supporting the UK's small businesses.
Thoughts and ideas?
The nature of GreySky’s business means we get involved in things - from enterprise
support to broadband delivery. And that means we have thoughts and ideas beyond
the scope of our formal projects. These might be helpful to extend the debate on
a few key topics, so we’ve set aside part of the site for simply jotting them down
- feel free to get in touch about any of the ideas...
Given our background in the internet and in marketing, it’s a little embarrassing
that we’ve been so slow to adopting social media. Facebook seemed popular, so we
tried it (still have an account somewhere). But people we’d never met wanted to be
“our friend”. Perhaps that is the point, but it felt a bit odd.
Twitter, though seemed completely daft, and strangely appealing. Like office gossip
- only you decide who’s in your office. We’re not great at keeping a regular flow
of tweets, and we don’t promise any great thoughts or wisdom, but you’re welcome