Simon Collins, former KPMG chairman, has joined Kubrick as our first non-executive Chair. Simon will play a key role in helping us close the global digital skills divide, as we continue to evolve and expand our practices to anticipate the demands of the ever-changing technology landscape.
NOVEMBER 22, LONDON – Kubrick has welcomed Simon Collins as its first non-executive Chair, bringing a wealth of experience as former chairman of Big Four professional services firm KPMG. Simon will play a key role in moving Kubrick forward in their mission to close the global digital skills divide, as they continue to evolve their technology practices and expand their services across the UK and US.
Speaking on the announcement, Tim Smeaton, CEO and Co-Founder of Kubrick, said: “Simon is a visionary who challenges the status quo and inspires and develops individuals and teams. He brings with him extensive leadership and industry experience in a diverse range of sectors.”
The announcement comes as Kubrick surpasses 1,500 consultants trained through their industry-leading, 4-month programs which cover today’s most sought-after data, AI, and cloud skills. Collins, speaking to The Times, said Kubrick “provides these skills, consistently and to the highest quality, in a flexible and efficient way. I look forward to helping the company to scale up and flourish.”