Management Consulting & Company Establishment2021-07-29T15:49:41+03:00

(Grants and Investment Incentives, Taxation, Company Formation, Comprehensive Consulting Service For Business)

We use our business skills to provide objective advice and expertise, and help to managements for solve their problems or to develop any specialist skills.

Our Management Consulting team works with Board members, executives, leaders of organizations and individuals to o solve their most complex issues and challenges in business.We formulate recommendations.

To grow and be sustainable, companies need to recognize the complexities of doing business today and alter their strategies and thinking accordingly.

We focuse on new technologies, new sales channels and new business models.

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Organizations may draw upon the services of management consultants for a number of reasons, including gaining external (and presumably objective) advice and access to consultants’ specialized expertise.

As a result of their exposure to, and relationships with numerous organizations, consulting firms are typically aware of industry “best practices”. However, the specific nature of situations under consideration may limit the ability or appropriateness of transferring such practices from one organization to another.

Consultancies may provide;
– organizational change-management assistance,
– development of coaching skills,
– process analysis,
– technology implementation,
– strategy development, or operational improvement services.

Management consultants often bring their own proprietary methodologies or frameworks to guide the identification of problems, and to serve as the basis for recommendations with a view to more effective or efficient ways of performing work tasks.

Consultants can function as bridges for information and knowledge, and that external consultants can provide these bridging services more economically than client firms themselves.
Consultants can be engaged proactively, without significant external enforcement, and reactively, with external pressure.
Proactive consultant engagement is engaged mainly with aim to find hidden weak spots and improve performance, while the reactive consultant engagement is mostly aimed at solving problems identified by external stakeholders.

Consultants have specialised skills on tasks that would involve high internal co-ordination costs for clients, such as organization-wide changes or the implementation of information technology. In addition, because of economies of scale, their focus and experience in gathering information worldwide and across industries renders their information search less costly than for clients.

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