A recognised leader in our sector, we are committed to providing clients with bespoke solutions they can trust, delivered by professionals with the specialist, in-house expertise they need.

As times change and client requirements evolve, we will continue to innovate whilst still offering the straightforward, proactive and friendly approach on which our reputation has been built.

A new year. A new phase.



To ensure that we have the right team to take our business forward, we have reorganised and strengthened our management structure. Apart from making promotions from those whose careers have developed at Silver, the changes ensure that our senior people are available to act as mentors.

Our Board of Directors comprises Tony Iannaccone as CEO, Brian Middle as Chairman, and Sarah Odell as MD, and Peter Mack has now joined them as Board Director, Commercial & Development.

Mathew Fenner is now Operations Director with responsibility for ensuring that we continue to meet the highest standards in the delivery of our services. He is supported by Darren Nolan as Assistant Director and by a team of experienced Managing Associates.

Making a Difference for The Samson Centre for Multiple Sclerosis


The Samson Centre for Multiple Sclerosis is a small, independent charity providing free, practical and emotional support for people living with Multiple Sclerosis in Surrey and surrounding areas. 

MS is the most common neurological disease affecting young adults today. A disease of the central nervous system which baffles neurologists, involves pharmaceutical companies investing millions of pounds in clinical trials and still leaves sufferers without a cure. MS can affect mobility, sight, bladder control, speech and so much more. The Samson Centre offers practical solutions that assist in managing the effects of this lifelong and debilitating disease. Each year it provides some 3,500 physiotherapy treatments, 2,500 gym sessions, 4,000 exercise classes and 2,500 oxygen therapy sessions. But, it is not enough. Since the Samson Centre opened twelve years ago, demand for their services has grown by around 10% year on year. No longer able to keep pace with this increase, sadly there are now waiting lists for some of their therapies.

Over the next twelve months, Silver will be providing our skills in project management for the Samson Centre’s planned extension and saving the charity thousands of pounds in consultancy fees whilst ensuring they get the result that they really deserve.

For further information about the work of the Samson Centre visit www.samsoncentre.org.uk or email fundraising@samsoncentre.org.uk

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