International consultancy Steer has announced a new global role within its leadership structure. Mike Goggin assumes the role of Managing Director Transformation and Growth to help the business achieve its visionary strategy for growth. Mike will continue to sit on the Company’s global executive team working alongside Executive and Regional Directors.
Steer’s forward plans and strategy build on a period of growth and sets out clear ambitions for further sustainable and material growth to a company with strengthened and new skills, a turnover of £100m - meeting its global goals to help people, places and economies thrive across cities, infrastructure, and transport.
In recent years, Steer has grown significantly establishing an economic development practice (Steer Economic Development) in the UK while also acquiring a similar business in the USA (Fourth Economy) and made numerous significant appointments in financial advisory, electric vehicles and sustainability and decarbonisation disciplines across its global business.
Mike Goggin returned to Steer in 2011 and for the last three years has been leading the UK business as UK Managing Director. He is an award-winning MBA executive surpassing three decades of experience in transport with over 15 years in consultancy for Steer in the UK and overseas. Mike set up Steer’s first office in the USA in 2008. Between 2010 and 2012, Mike left Steer to take up a senior role with Network Rail and his previous experience includes working for a UK Train Operator and Franchise Bid Director for MTR.
Steer has started the process for identifying the next UK Managing Director.