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Grant Thornton New Zealand appoints new partner

Grant Thornton New Zealand appoints new partner, Michael Worth

Grant Thornton New Zealand is pleased in announce Michael Worth has been appointed as Partner in the operational advisory division of the firm.

Michael has been an Associate Director of Grant Thornton’s business transformation team since 2011. Prior to this, he was the Practice Manager of Management Toolbox Ltd, a successful team of organisational engineers, which was acquired by Grant Thornton in 2011.

Michael has had over 17 years’ experience working with large New Zealand corporates and major public entities across a number of disciplines including productivity improvement, procurement, supply chain management and business growth.

His collaborative style has been effective in growing and advising businesses in several countries, in sectors such as infrastructure, energy, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, biotech, advanced textiles, manufacturing and government.

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