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> Paul Rhodes, Co-Founder Director

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Paul Rhodes helps businesses transform. From whole business transformation down to single team transformation, all business and technical change requires expertise to ensure the process runs as painlessly as possible. With a strong successful history in delivering large scale change programmes across multiple industries, Paul has a wealth of knowledge on how to get things done to make change happen sustainably.

As one of the three Co-Founders of Perform Partners, he ensures customers receive the highest quality service which always provides added value. Paul provides members of the Perform Partners management team guidance on finance and business forecasting and along with the other Co-Founders ensures Perform Partners Strategic Goals remain relevant and our customer value proposition is competitive in a strong market.

Pauls career started in the Banking Sector, moving quickly from Financial Advice towards banking Ecommerce when this was still start-up thinking for financial institutions.

Working on early versions of banking ecommerce, Paul developed a passion for progression and change, fuelled the transformational possibilities of the internet. Subsequently Paul moved to an innovative internet start-up ‘Freeserve’ changing career from Financial Analyst to QA testing. Pauls passion for delivery was sparked here, and soon moved to a Project Management role, initially overseeing an iterative, time boxed delivery cycle (years later named as ‘Agile Delivery’).

For the last 10 years Paul has held a number of Project and Programme leadership roles across Internet/ Telecoms/ Banking and Gambling, delivering a diverse portfolio from Mobile product launches to Strategic Programmes. Each have a common theme; all have required great people with great collaboration and a strong shared direction to enable shared success.

Outside of the office, Paul enjoys a lot of recreational walking with his family and dog. I have a passion for snowboarding and can never get enough time to pursue it. Occasionally I still play a few 5 a side football matches but that is getting harder every year. In the summer, I like to get out into the countryside on my bike.