EOH: it’s too soon to panic
Bear in mind the remedial action being taken, writes Nigel Dunn
EOH started out in 1998 with 20 staff members and one client. Two decades later it had 270 legal entities — most run by entrepreneurs whose businesses had been acquired by EOH — and with a staff complement of about 11,500 people.
To describe growth like that as anything less than explosive would be an understatement. Governance issues aside, the warning signs were already there.