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The future of consulting

The future of consulting

At first glance, the consulting industry seems to be in good shape. For example, in 2015 the U.K. consulting industry grew nearly four times faster than the UK economy[1].The U.K. is not a positive exception, as also the U.S. and more notably Germany, Austria and Switzerland display similar positive numbers. However, as discussed in the challenges and trends document (PROVIDE LINK), the industry faces huge challenges as of today. Amongst which are the increase in digital technologies and the increase in competition. Due to these kind of developments, the consulting industry is expected to change drastically in the next decade. So how will the future of consulting look like?New technologies, delivery methods, data and the digitally empowered consumers are creating the need for tradition

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