Welcome to
Implement 
Aarhus

We have a thing for old breweries. Located at the former site of the Ceres Brewery, our office in Aarhus replaces malt with a new brew of management consulting – one that delivers Change with Impact – just like our offices in Copenhagen which can be found in beautiful old Tuborg premises. 

Implement Consulting Group Aarhus opened its doors in November 2018 as our first official base in Jutland. So, we’re now even closer to our clients based on the Danish mainland, with locally residing colleagues on hand to share knowledge, experience and insights.

Collaborative consulting

Our unique approach to consulting is based on a firm belief in creating impact through collaborative consulting. We work with you, not for you. We’re your partner, not your supplier. Our clients get to work with consultants who have been singled out not only for their exceptional subject matter expertise, but also for the energy, engagement and creativity that they bring to any and all projects.

Our team in Jutland

We thrive on a culture of freedom and entrepreneurship with a strong focus on personal and team growth, all driven by flat hierarchies.The Jutland office is home to 17 Implement consultants and staff, all working to spark new ways of thinking and realise impact in client projects. We’re nerdy experts, dedicated to achieving mastery and becoming unparalleled practitioners. For us, this the only way to cut through complexity to arrive at simple solutions that will remain a reality.

Want to hear more about Implement and our career opportunities in Jutland? Get in touch below!

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Implement Consulting Group

CeresByen 75, 3. tv.
8000 Aarhus C
Denmark

T: +45 4586 7900
E: aarhus@implement.dk

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VAT no.: 32767788

Until we have an official photo of our office in Aarhus, we’re grateful to be able to use the image above by Irina Grotkjaer and the image in the top of the page by Matt Morelli. Both images are from Unsplash.