At EY in the North West, our team of more than 600 professionals work with a wide range of businesses from fast-growing entrepreneurial start-ups through to large privately-owned businesses, FTSE 350 companies, and many of the world’s leading multi-national organisations. From our Liverpool office we are proud to support the success of the Liverpool community through various programmes and initiatives. Out involvement with forums such as the Northern Powerhouse Partnership and the Liverpool LEP aid us in connecting people across the region and sharing insights to help inform and inspire. We also support various charities in the city, such as the Prince’s Trust, and are in the process of finalising our Liverpool office charity for the next two years – a local charity working in the heart of Merseyside. We also promote the work that the EY Foundation does to support young people and in September 2018 will launch our Smart Futures program in the Liverpool office. We are committed to building a better working world by working with businesses, entrepreneurs and local government to help drive and shape a shared agenda for balanced UK economic growth. Through our research we provide credible insights that demonstrate the strengths and opportunities that make this region an attractive and vibrant economy and a destination for business investment and talent. Based in Liverpool and with 19 years’ experience, Jenn is Office Managing Partner for our Liverpool office, serving clients across the North. She heads up the North Power and Utilities sector with a focus on energy clients such as Engie, United Utilities and Electricity North West. Jenn has worked with some of the North West’s largest PLCs and public interest entities. Current and past clients in Merseyside include Bibby Line Group, Park Group, Slater & Gordon, Merseyrail and Nynas. As Office Managing Partner, Jenn has made the decision to double the size of the EY Liverpool office and is on track with 20% growth in the last year. Jenn works with the Merseyside branch of the Prince’s Trust, sits on the Liverpool LEP Advisory Council and works closely with the Northern Powerhouse Partnership to help drive EY’s involvement in the city at every level.