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Corpra accepted as MCA member

Real estate strategy and change management firm Corpra has been accepted as a member of the Management Consultancies Association.

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Established in 1995 by CEO Paul Winter, Corpra’s clients include Magnet, BTG and Cancer Research UK. Its board is made up exclusively of holders of the Chartered Management Consultant Surveyor status, awarded by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

‘Our membership of the MCA will help us to raise awareness of real estate strategy as a serious management issue and is an authoritative endorsement of our pioneering approach,’ commented Winter.

Bruce Petter, MCA executive director, said: ‘Just as we have specialists in technology and human capital consulting, we now welcome Corpra as experts in real estate strategy and change management.’

The MCA currently represents over 28,000 consultants and generates £4.7bn in annual fee income.

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