Consultancy.org, the world’s premier platform for the consulting industry, has launched the inaugural edition of its ‘Top consulting firms’ ranking, with the Middle East the first in line to be unveiled.
The global consulting industry is home to tens of thousands of consulting firms, serving clients across every conceivable industry and area of specialisation.
In the Middle East, our count estimates there are over 500 consultancies, from the world’s most known brands to boutiques and small niche players. The ‘Top consulting firms in the Middle East 2022’ guide by ConsultancyME takes a unique and industry-wide approach to separate the best from the rest.
This year’s ranking showcases a total of 170 consulting firms, who have built a reputation as the most trusted, expert and influential providers in the region. They help corporations, governments, entrepreneurs and other types of organisations with solving their biggest problems and capitalising on their biggest opportunities.
The top consulting firms guide presents the Middle East’ leading consultancies across 40 sectors – from financial services, government and public sector, healthcare, and oil & gas – and 40 practice areas – including strategy, digital, management, and sustainability. Per category, the leading consulting firms are sorted across five levels: Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze.
The ranking was compiled through the world’s and region’s largest database of stakeholder views and firm capabilities in the consulting industry, with scores based on the views of executives, consultants, and graduates, as well as on assessments of firm capabilities, reputation, analyst benchmarks, industry recognitions, thought leadership and more.
All consulting firms with a project footprint in the Middle East qualify for the ranking, and importantly, there is no opt-in or commercial threshold to join.
In the coming months, Consultancy.org will roll-out its top consulting firms rankings to a dozen of other markets, including Australia, Asia, India, Europe, the UK, the Netherlands, and the United States.