Meet the sustaining member | Auxesia

By paying an increased fee sustaining members demonstrate their commitment to supporting the work that Chamber undertakes in helping to sustain and grow the local economy. Today we chat to Stuart Colligon from Auxesia.

Date: Thursday 06 May 2021

Tell us about your business?

Auxesia is a boutique business consultancy offering a range of tailored support services. We formed in 2011 and since then have developed a group of health-related companies and investments. The business consultancy arm is lean and mean and, therefore, affordable, whilst having access to a range of experts with a variety of specialisms so that we can deliver a quality result.

What services do you offer?

Auxesia offers a broad range of service to add value to and remove hassle from businesses. We are currently focussing on Organisational Development matters, in particular Executive Coaching aimed at leaders of today and tomorrow, and Business Growth Mentoring aimed primarily at smaller owner-managed businesses. Also, our ‘The Academy’ brand delivers bespoke leadership development and change management training.

Do you have any events coming up or current projects you can share with us?

‘The Academy’ has been patiently waiting for COVID’s restrictions to ease such that courses can be planned reliably. We have a new leadership course (called Thoughtful Leadership) ready to go and we hope to be able to announce dates for later this year in the next couple of months.
We are also working on a top secret project that will involve high investment if it goes ahead - waiting for the Eastern Area Consultation to complete has been frustrating!

What are your plans and goals for the future?

We want to grow our on-island business consultancy steadily. At the same time we will be providing the support that we can to the four investment projects that we have running, to help give them the best chance of success. Our leisure business in Yorkshire has been dramatically affected by COVID, of course, and an obvious goal is to make sure that it gets back to good trading.

Where are you based and how can people contact you?

We are based at Middle River (less salubriously known as ‘the road to the tip’) where we share an office with our pharmaceutical services subsidiary, Panacea. Our general email address is and the website is

Finally, why is Chamber membership so important to you?

The tireless and pro-active efforts of the Chamber team to support business on the island and to represent all sectors with Government make a real difference, and it has never been more obvious than throughout the pandemic. They have the repository of knowledge that will either answer any question, or signpost to where the answer lies. The networking opportunities Chamber generates are hugely valuable – both from the perspective of business openings, and also as an extended support network. Chamber is probably taken for granted by many, but the whole business community would sorely miss it if it wasn’t there.