Solving Efeso’s India entry
Consultancy firm to focus on retail, FMCG, healthcare.
Tags: Solving EfesoJuly 16, 2012 | comments ( 0 ) |
The global consultancy company Solving Efeso is looking to tap the growing retail sector in India. The company made an India entry with the acquisition of Q-Spread, a Gurgaon based company.
Filippo Mantegazza, chairman and CEO of Solving Efeso said, “The company was engaged in active dialogue with most prominent multinational as well as home-grown retail chains operating in India for providing consultancy to them. Global retail groups present in India include Walmart, Carrefour, Metro and Tesco. Walmart, Tesco, and Harrods are among the company’s clients in the UK. We will build knowledge teams in India, in integration with the international experts.”
“The focus of the consultancy will be on strengthening the supply chain, building capability in execution, providing market perspective and linking everything to the people”, Mantegazza added.
The consulting firm is analysing the Indian market, both for multi-brand retail and cash and carry. Besides retail, the company is planning to target the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector in India. The group operates from 25 offices around the world with presence in Europe, the US, South America and Asia.
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