4000rpm has offices in London although we spend a lot of our time around the country working with clients.
We started in 2002; since then we've enjoyed working with people from hundreds of organisations from the private, public and third sectors. We've helped them work better and are proud of what we've achieved.
The business is led by Kevin Sefton, and we have a wide group of highly qualified and friendly associates who work with us on individual projects.
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Kevin is a chartered accountant and tax advisor.
He left practice to set up his first business with three colleagues in 1998. Bringing together technology and finance, Y-creds was Europe's first payment system for under-18s to shop securely online without a credit card. The business was sold in 2000 to an online partner of the Royal Mail.
After two years working with the new owner, Kevin set up 4000rpm to help the Department for Education investigate options for payment systems - a natural crossover into the world of education.
Since then his work has extended across the education sector, focusing on structure, financing and workforce. Work outside the education arena has included running large programmes helping ambitious businesses get the most of technology, and helping a third sector organisation to develop a strategy that reflected the commercial realities of their environment.
Alongside project direction and delivery, he is also experienced at facilitating meetings and has developed programmes based on Open Space Technology, which Wikipedia describes as 'an approach focused on a specific and important purpose or task but beginning without any formal agenda, beyond the overall purpose or theme'.
Please also meet our outstanding team in Scotland.