New manufacturing consultant joins expanding Develop Consulting team

14 Mar 2023

A consultant with a strong background in operational management and business transformation has joined the Develop Consulting team.


Gayna Brooke has a history of working within a number of industries including aerospace, pharmaceuticals, FMCG along with the food and brewing industry and has been recruited to apply her knowledge to Develop Consulting’s manufacturing clients.

With over 20 years’ experience in production management and transformational change, Gayna has now joined the ever-growing team of experts at the Midlands-based consultancy firm.

Her background includes working with brands including AstraZeneca, PepisCo and JWLees Brewer, applying Lean Methodology to identify and implement improvements throughout the processes. She has also coached Lean standards to process leads, and been the lead in projects which has seen a reduction in lead times from 43 days to 11 days, and improving line efficiency from 48% to 70% in just a 13 week period.

Steve Clark, Develop Consulting’s Construction and Manufacturing Director said: “We would like to offer a warm welcome to Gayna, and we know with such a strong background in these industries she is going to bring great value to our team and help businesses optimise their potential in a short space of time.”

Gayna, who is based in Salford, has already started work at a barrier systems business based in the Midlands and is working closely with them to introduce and develop stable processes and daily routines to improve performance and output.

Earlier this year, Develop Consulting announced it was starting its biggest recruitment drive to date across all areas of its business, including manufacturing, construction, airport operations and healthcare.

In November, the firm also celebrated being ranked one of the top process management consultancy firms within the UK by online platform


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