Move Over TED TALKS, Welcome to Prime 8 TALKS. We have a robust onboarding and training program where we ensure that associates always hit the ground running. Our onboarding program includes: sharing of knowledge across the team; regular team meetings with aligned business objectives; monthly meeting with executives; knowledge management systems and brown-bag lunches to share knowledge across the organization. We have a robust process to ensure that when projects conclude, we share the lessons learned with the team, client and stakeholders.

We also have a formal process to ensure that our teams share knowledge and success stories across the portfolio. All our Best Practices and lessons learnt are shared to all associates via our robust knowledge management systems.

On a regular monthly basis we hold the ever popular Prime 8 TALKS that bring industry and delivery experts into our offices to provide leading best practices talks for our teams.

Women of Prime 8

Prime 8 is proud to have some of the most accomplished women consultants in the business, serving as leaders in the community and the workplace. With a large component of women on our leadership team, Prime 8 is a Management Consulting firm with a range of service lines, providing value added services to Fortune 500 companies.

We are proud of the fact that over 50% of our associates are strong professional women and in recognition of this fact we have developed and cultivated a PRIME 8 WOMEN initiative to assist and support female leadership within the firm.

PRIME 8 WOMEN is an active program within our firm and something we are proud of.


For the second year in row, the Prime 8 team raced to Beat the Bridge and raise funds for type 1 diabetes (T1D) research!

The Nordstrom Beat the Bridge to Beat Diabetes is a fundraiser for JDRF—the largest charitable supporter of type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The event consisted of an 8K run and wheelchair race, a 4-mile walk, a 1-mile fun run, and the Diaper Derby for toddlers. The event is called Beat the Bridge because the course travels over Seattle’s University Bridge, which is raised during the race. Participants try to cross the bridge before it is raised. Those who don’t beat the bridge must wait, with a live band and prizes to pass the time, for the bridge to come back down.