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Arkus Consulting’s Tim Harrison awarded Most Influential CEO 2023




The ‘most influential CEO Awards’ are listed in the latest edition of CEO Monthly magazine. This includes recognition for CEO of Arkus Consulting - Tim Harrison - who has been awarded ‘Most Influential CEO 2023 - London (Security & Investigations).'


In 2018 Tim Harrison founded Arkus - a premier eDiscovery consultancy practice with experience in the highest-profile, most demanding and time-sensitive global legal matters.

Tim, a qualified lawyer in litigation and arbitration has worked at some of the largest law firms internationally. Tim later gained expertise in eDiscovery and moved into project management for a globally renowned eDiscovery consultancy firm.

Through experience and as a futurist, Tim instinctively understood the benefits were endless for eDiscovery via cloud services rather than on-prem. He also wanted to play a central role in the journey of the legal industry embracing megatrends and delivering best practice through the combination of digital technology and stellar consultancy techniques.


The award is timely recognition as Arkus is growing rapidly. Recently the team moved into their new head office quarters in the centre of London. They have also unveiled a dynamic and optimistic new brand and look. The expert team is expanding, and their footprint is global including America, South Africa and Indonesia. The new website showcases their impact, mission and vision.

Tim Harrison, explains: “I am truly honoured to have been recognised in this way by CEO Monthly Magazine. At Arkus we are at an exciting point in our growth journey and I am immensely grateful and proud of the talented team I work with daily.

“People really matter to me, and I am proudest when people close to me succeed. I strive to create an environment where great people are empowered to accomplish great work.”

Outside Arkus, in August 2022, Tim joined the charity Inside Justice as Chair of the board of trustees. Inside Justice conducts casework investigations on behalf of prisoners claiming to be wrongly convicted and subject to miscarriages of justice. The board is made up of a wide range of experts in legal governance, forensics and leadership including the former Head of Intelligence at New Scotland Yard, the President of the British Academy of Forensic Scientists, and the former President of the Forensic Science Society.

Discover more at www.arkusconsulting.com



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