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US consultancy firm Gap International opens Romanian office

USA – based Gap Internaţional, company specializing in b2b services announced the opening of a Romanian office, following a partnership established with local company NTT Partners, the company announced.

2012-06-12 13:21:43

The consultancy office will be led by Ionut Harabagiu, co-founder and operational manager of consultancy firm Brand Support and Marius Caluian, the former manager for Romania and Republic of Moldova of research company MEMRB, acquired by Nielsen in 2011. According to Mitzie Hoelscher (photo), chief leadership officer of Gap International, the company say a large opportunity in Romania, as some businesses increased a lot recently and the businessmen are looking for new growing solutions. NTT Partners and Gap International’ partnership formed the "Institute for Exceptional Business Growth” , being also member of AmCham, the Romanian-American chamber of commerce. According to Anca Harasim, executive director of  AmCham, “this partnership is meant to promote the developed reports run by the institute in order to be displayed to American investors that Europe and Romania represent a good area for investments, as we also showed in the previous report developed by AmCham in 2011, which stated the competiveness comparison within 6 countries in the region”.
Worldwide, Gap International numbers in portfolio, clients as Kraft Foods, Diageo, Astra Zeneca, Pfizer  and Merck. On the local market, the local office of US consultancy company will address segments where companies of McKinsey, AT Kearney or Roland Berger Strategy Consultants developed B2B product services.

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