Bernard Savage

Tenandahalf

Bernard Savage’s 26 year career is a game of two halves and then Tenanahalf. In the first half he worked in blue-chip companies Procter & Gamble and Shell. The second half led to Tenandahalf when after an in house role at Eversheds Bernard saw an opportunity to help ’smarter’ professional service firms. Such firms understand that just having good technical practitioners isn’t enough to be commercially successful.

As a specialist Business Development agency helping law firms, barrister chambers’, patent and trade mark attorneys and accountants grow, Tenandahalf has worked over the last decade with practices across the length and breadth of the UK: from Preston to Ipswich, Cardiff to Newcastle and Portsmouth to York. Tenandahalf help these businesses through strategic and tactical BD support, training and client research.

The other half of Tenandahalf, Doug McPherson, is the author of a best-selling book on marketing for solicitors called “The Visible Lawyer”.

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