Kearney encourages four partners in the Middle East


Global strategic consulting firm Kearney has promoted four of its member companies in the Middle East in its partnership.

The quartet of new partners were admitted to the Kearney partnership after a solid year for the consulting firm, with global managing partner Alex Liu late last year revealing in an interview with AFR that the firm conducted another solid year of growth, despite the continued disruption caused by the pandemic.

Across its 60+ offices in over 40 countries, Kearney (formerly AT Kearney) has promoted dozens of individuals to senior associate and expert associate roles (a new role launched in November of last year), including Andrea Lugini, Christian Gasparic, Piyush Dubey and Susheel Sethumadhavan in the Middle East.

Andrea Lugini
Has been with Kearney since: 2009 (moved to Dubai from Rome in 2012)
Areas of intervention: Government and economic development

Christian Gasparic
With Kearney since: 2006 (including eight years with Kearney in Germany)
Areas of intervention: transport, travel and infrastructure

Piyush Dubey
Has been with Kearney since: 2012 (transferred office from Kearney’s New York office in 2017)
Areas of intervention: Financial services, Insurance

Susheel Sethumadhavan
Has been with Kearney since: 2008 (moved from Kearney’s Chicago office to Dubai in 2017)
Areas of intervention: Strategic operations, Advanced analytics

“As a new year always brings change, we are delighted to announce four new elected partners in the Middle East,” said Bob Willen, Kearney’s Managing Director Middle East and Africa. “Their experience, expertise and leadership are a strong indication of the future success of our company. “

During the same New Year’s promotion cycle, Kearney also promoted eight members to director.


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