Global Equity seals deal with Adam Consulting
Nevada (US), March 10, 2013
Global Equity International, a specialist consultancy firm based in Dubai and London has signed a strategic partnership agreement with the Dubai unit of Adam Consulting, a mid-sized management consulting firm with presence in over 25 countries.
The agreement allows for intercompany introductions for each other's services for a split of revenue, said a statement from Adam Consulting.
Its broad range of services across multiple sectors allows it to cater to SMEs from start-ups to mergers and acquisition to their accounting and payroll needs; a one-stop destination to all your business needs.
A partnership between the two firms will open new doors to opportunities in terms of its financing and investment offerings and its advisory capacity.
Both companies seek to bridge the gap through this venture enabling them to serve and advise clients on a much broader scale and scope which in turn will add value to the firms across borders.
Global Equity International CEO Peter Smith and CFO Enzo Taddei said the partnership deal has an incredible amount of potential. "We will seek to provide our own consultancy services to Adam Holdings so they have a further string to their bow allowing us a large exposure not limited to the Middle East for our services."
"In addition our alignment with Adam will ease the establishment of some of our clients in the region, Adam are specialists in local formations and representations. It is an excellent fit for both companies and we look forward to exploring the relationship further in 2013," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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