From The UK about The UK

“While working with a consultancy from London which had a number of varying nationalities engaged on the project (…) A number of the employees from the consultancy were very direct and to the point whereas our approach was very “British” and not direct. This did lead to a few issues when prior work was been discussed and one person’s work who was in the meeting was criticised by the consultancy. Where we would say the work “needs improvement” they were quite blunt and said this was “poor”.