Hedra has government-preferred status and works almost exclusively for public-sector clients. Through its network of 13 partners, termed the Hedra Consortium, it subcontracts out work that requires special expertise, from which it receives a percentage of the fee. Hedra has a diverse clientele, ranging from the BBC and the Atomic Weapons Establishment to the Treasury. Founded in 1990, the London company is chaired by Lynton Barker, who was formerly head of PwC Consulting. Its sales have grown 65% a year from £4.7m in 1999 to £21.1m in 2002.
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