Paul Blackman

Paul is a senior business improvement consultant and mentor with a difference. His wealth of experience means he works within many sectors but specialises in Manufacturing, Retail improvement, Logistics and Service Operations.

In the past he has worked with variety of organisations of various sizes; including multi-national sites, consisting of various nationalities and operational types. This has given him ‘real life’ experience of how to get to the core of an issue and solve it effectively, whilst also uniting the management team in the process.

He brings valuable knowledge ability to deliver sustainable, practical solutions to often complex business issues. His solutions are driven by identifying the relevant data required to implement a new and refined process to suit the strategic objective.

As a true ‘people person’ he supports Business Owners, Directors and Senior Managers to quickly identify improvement opportunities within their current business and then implement plans for realistic and profitable change, while keeping an eye on costs and best use of resource.

Paul’s input and support is aimed at improving all aspects of business performance resulting in effective future growth strategies.

Articles by Paul


Simple steps to help you when exporting to the EU

Towards the end of the 1st Quarter of the new trading relationship with the EU, we thought it would be helpful to address some of the key issues that have arisen.


Do you Import? – answering your key questions on changing terms within Europe and beyond

As a business improvement consultant working primarily with manufacturing, retail and logistic businesses, you could say I have very much a ‘real world’ view when it comes to the import of goods, which is why I wanted to share the questions that…


Exporting – Your key questions answered as Brexit draws near

As we approach 2021, and many changes to our terms within Europe and other areas when it comes to exporting, there’s a huge number of questions all businesses are asking about where they should direct their focus.