New for Consulting Buyers: Kennedy Names Top Providers in Burgeoning Sub-Saharan Africa Marketplace How are clients and consultants entering or expanding their presence in the last great growth market frontier? Kennedy’s new research has answers — plus the best Sub-Saharan Africa practices’ core competencies, client focus areas, and go-to-market strategies. Business Wire KEENE, N.H. -- March 28, 2013 Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory, the leader in market analysis on the consulting profession, announces the launch of Consulting in Sub-Saharan Africa, a new report for consulting buyers that identifies current engagement trends and rates leading firms’ specific capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses. The study also takes on other pressing questions, including: *Which markets, industries and regions are most promising for client organizations? *How are organizations entering these markets strategically with their products and services? *What are the top consulting firms doing to help clients overcome challenges and take advantage of emerging opportunities? “Consultants are scrambling to be on the ground for their clients in Sub-Saharan Africa,” says Tomek Jankowski, Senior Analyst and Lead for Financial Services Consulting. “In fact, firms are selectively setting up shop or partnering with established local firms in the markets that are best matched — or have the most potential — for their competencies.” Kennedy’s new research features profiles of Sub-Saharan Africa consulting providers with capability maps illustrating each practice’s standing in the key engagement areas of: *Strategy *Operations Management *Human Resources *Financial Consulting *IT *Risk *Regulatory *Communications & Media *Financial Services *Manufacturing *Natural Resources & Power *Wholesale & Retail *Offices in Sub-Saharan Africa *PLUS additional capability mapping in Sub-Saharan Africa consulting by client focus: *MNCs *Public Sector *IGOs/NGOs *Large Local Private Sectors *Local SMEs Profiled firms in Consulting in Sub-Saharan Africa include: *A.T. Kearney; Accenture; Aon/Aon Hewitt; Bain & Company; BearingPoint; The Boston Consulting Group; Capgemini; CSC; Dalberg Global Development Advisors; Deloitte; Ernst & Young; Grant Thornton International; IBM; KPMG; McKinsey & Company; PwC; Roland Berger; Tata Consultancy Services; and Towers Watson. About Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory A Bloomberg BNA Business Founded in 1970, Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory provides accurate and reliable market sizing and forecasts on consulting services world-wide, needs-analysis and vendor profiling for buyers of consulting services, timely and insightful intelligence on the top consulting firms in their respective markets, and operational benchmarks that measure consulting performance. Kennedy's research spans multiple service areas, client vertical industries, and geographies. Our analysts provide expert commentary at consulting industry events world-wide, and offer custom research for Management Consulting and IT Services firms. Kennedy's advisory services provide results-oriented strategic guidance to buyers and sellers of consulting services. Our clientele consists of Fortune 500 companies and the most highly regarded professional services firms in the world, representing over 90% of the service providers in consulting. Kennedy’s parent company, Bloomberg BNA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bloomberg L.P., is a leading source of legal, regulatory, and business information for professionals. More information is available for you at www.KennedyInfo.com. Contact: Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory Dan Houder, COO, +1-603-357-8200 email@example.com www.kennedyinfo.com/consulting
New for Consulting Buyers: Kennedy Names Top Providers in Burgeoning Sub-Saharan Africa Marketplace
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