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Procurement consultancy firm
Within seven years of starting life in a basement office in Soho, Hawtrey Dene has become a partner to some of the most respected global businesses and high street brands.
Hawtrey Dene are a procurement consultancy firm and specialists in cost reduction, procurement improvement and business transformation.
We identify, challenge, manage and mitigate the risks that arise from the cost base and supply chain of our clients across their global operations.
This success is because we have stayed true to our culture; one that we set out to build from day one and one that embodies the values that were laid out when we started life.
As a business we are agile, lean and responsive to the needs of our clients; having carefully chosen our team to ensure that they are committed to our business ethos and to delivering success for our customers.
Our people are open, friendly, and approachable; our customers get a highly personal service, far removed from working with larger providers.
Our approach is led by our Founder and CEO, who remains hands-on within the business, and a carefully selected senior team including experienced non-executive directors.
Our multilingual teams come from a variety of backgrounds to allow a strong fit with prospective clients across different industry sectors, project scopes and geographical delivery. This core team and our retained category specialists and partners, allow us to cover a wide range of business categories from indirect goods and services through to direct merchandise and goods for resale.
Why the name?
The name of our business originates from when Scott bought a house in Eastcote in 2002. At the back of his old garden is Eastcote House Gardens, the land in which once stood Eastcote House, demolished in 1962. This was in the continuous ownership of a prominent local family, the Hawtreys (later changed to the Hawtrey Deane family), for over 400 years. This stability meant they were regarded as one of the most influential local families.
Hawtrey Dene was named after the family and the Deane changed slightly to Dene to reflect the name of a one of the first roads in his ward (Scott has been a Councillor in the London Borough of Hillingdon since 1998) that Scott leafleted when he stood for his first election.