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Breo Solutions has a new CEO

Outgoing CEO Rick Warter will retain ownership


Breo Solutions, a management consulting firm based in Denver, has chosen Graeme Strachan as its new CEO. Founder and outgoing CEO Rick Warter will retain ownership of the firm and step into a newly created role as president and chief operating officer.

The transition takes effect immediately and comes as the firm celebrates five years of sustained growth. Established in 2012 to offer high-quality, locally-based talent to Colorado's leading  organizations, Breo Solutions has expanded from three to 22 consultants and been honored as one of Denver's best places to work. The firm has increased its revenues by 30 to 50 percent each year due to repeat business and client referrals.

"Thanks to our clients and our talented team, our first five years exceeded expectations," Warter said. "Our goal is to build on that success by investing in what got us here—great people and quality service delivery. Graeme's strengths in talent development and business process improvement are well known, which made him the natural choice to take Breo to the next level."

Strachan brings more than 20 years of executive leadership and management consulting experience to the role. He joined Breo Solutions in 2014, after leading his own management consulting firm and serving as a senior director at Newmont Mining Corp. In addition, Strachan has held senior roles with management consulting firms Point B in the United States and Accenture and Huntswood in the United Kingdom. He received his university education, which culminated in a master's degree in product design engineering, from the University of Strathclyde, in Glasgow, U.K.

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