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BDO announces consulting merger and 100 new Irish jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 24th Apr 2018. Posted in Ireland

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BDO Ireland has today launched a new consulting business in Ireland following the merger of its existing management consulting unit with the boutique Irish management consulting firm, Eaton Square.

Operating as BDO Eaton Square, the new business unit will create up to 100 new management consultant jobs and aims to deliver 30% year on year growth for the next 3 years and €20m in annual revenues.

Following the merger of Eaton Square and BDO Consulting, the combined BDO Eaton Square team will have 45 consultants, rising to 145 in three years.

The new unit will service clients globally and locally, with a senior led service and an entrepreneurial state of mind that is materially different from the standard management consulting offering. The new jobs will be located across BDO Eaton Square’s four locations in Ireland - Dublin, Belfast, Limerick and Cork. 

Ireland’s newest management consulting company is focused on helping Irish and global companies who are seeking a fresh alternative. With the promise of ‘Consulting Disrupted’, BDO Eaton Square aims to challenge the traditional consulting models by bringing an entrepreneurial and client centric approach to the industry.

Welcoming the announcement today, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys said, "It is a great pleasure to join BDO Eaton Square at the announcement of their newly formed partnership and the creation of 100 new jobs which will be based in Dublin, Belfast, Limerick and Cork. BDO and Eaton Square have built an extremely impressive track record supporting companies in Ireland and globally in realising significant growth."

She added, "This announcement, and the resulting jobs created, is another tangible indication that Ireland’s professional services industry is going from strength to strength. I have no doubt BDO Eaton Square has a bright future ahead of them and I wish them well in their future endeavours."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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