Thursday, September 8, 2011

Camelot Management Consultants Opens a new Office in Dubai

The strategy and management consulting firm Camelot Management Consultants has opened a new branch in the UAE (Dubai), acting as a regional head office for the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa).

"Camelot Management Consultants has already been active in the Middle East for years. We support a large number of international companies here. With our new regional headquarter for the entire Gulf region, we are expanding our presence and are establishing ourselves as a stable partner for international customers in the Middle East," explains Marcus Meissner, the partner responsible for the Middle East region.

Abdulsalam Al-Mazro, CEO of Al Mazro Consulting, former vice president of the polymers strategic business unit of the global chemical corporation SABIC and Camelot's partner in Saudi Arabia, adds: "Opening an office in Dubai is the right strategic step for Camelot: During my time at SABIC I have used the services of Camelot. The company is one of the leading management consultancies for designing value creation structures in the process industry, and they advise nearly all of the major companies in the (petro-)-chemical, pharmaceutical and consumer goods industries."

Camelot Management Consultants AG

Camelot Management Consultants is the strategy and management consultancy service within the Camelot Group. The company is one of the global leaders in management consultancy for the optimization of value and supply chains, specializing in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. The Camelot Group employs a total of more than 1,300 consultants worldwide, including some 320 in Western Europe. With its integrated approach to consultancy and close cooperation with many well-known technology specialists, Camelot Management Consultants guarantee success in project management right across all stages of consultation - from the decision-making process right through to organizational and technical implementation. Camelot advises both local and international companies operating in the Middle East, and was the first European consulting firm to be a member of the Gulf Petrochemicals & Chemicals Association (GPCA).

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