The downward pressure on the oil price and other North Sea challenges can still open up opportunities for new start businesses.

One such business is Tenec Consulting, which was recently formed by Alasdair Green.

Alasdair trained as a geologist and spent the last ten years in Oil & Gas executive search, including 8 years with one of the UK’s leading firms. 

Tenec Consulting’s services combine human capital strategy with business strategy to support change, development, growth and corporate advice. The services reflect on economic and corporate changes in the Oil & Gas industry and are designed to help people and businesses through challenging times as well as in times of growth.

Alasdair Green said “Tenec offers a new model, delivering independent and bespoke services to professional firms, investors and publically and privately held organisations.

“We offer people strategy assistance to Oil & Gas businesses that are focussed on short term financing and survival, not only on growth.

“Tenec also provides assistance to individuals who have been affected by economic and corporate changes in the Oil & Gas industry.  We have a comprehensive and cost effective programme of one-on-one support options to help individuals with career transition counselling, coaching and planning.”

To find out more about how Tenec Consulting can support you or your business, call Alasdair Green on 01224 900 302 or visit www.tenec.co.uk.

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