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Travel and Tourism consultancy

 
#1 Travel and Tourism consultancy
10/04/2003 00:00

Luke

I have been working within the UK inbound travel industry for 4 years and am comtemplating a move into the world of consultancy. I would however like to use my experience and remain working on projects within this sector. I know that Accenture work closely with Thomas Cook, and have also done IT work for Fairmont and Meridien. Could anyone direct me towards other consultancy firms which also have divisions dealing with clients from the travel, tourism and hospitality sectors?

Thanks.

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#2 Re: Travel and Tourism consultancy
10/04/2003 00:00

Big Jim the Pirate

Hi Luke. Most of the big consultancy firms will work with the travel and tourism industry e.g. Deloitte Consulting and IBM. With respesct to smaller firms, I can recommend Menlo Consulting Group (www.menloconsulting.com), Equinus (www.equinus.com) and Genesys Consulting (www.geneysis-consulting.co.uk). I'm not really au fait with the travel industry, although I do spend most of my time sailing. Maybe someone else can offer some advice. Big Jim (currently in

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#3 Re: Travel and Tourism consultancy
10/04/2003 00:00

Big Jim the Pirate

Hi Luke. Most of the big consultancy firms will work with the travel and tourism industry e.g. Deloitte Consulting and IBM. With respesct to smaller firms, I can recommend Menlo Consulting Group (www.menloconsulting.com), Equinus (www.equinus.com) and Genesys Consulting (www.geneysis-consulting.co.uk). I'm not really au fait with the travel industry, although I do spend most of my time sailing. Maybe someone else can offer some advice. Big Jim (currently in a force 10 gale round the Cape of Good Hope)

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#4 Re: Travel and Tourism consultancy
10/04/2003 00:00

Big Jim the Pirate

Sorry, I appear to have posted the same message twice. Please also note the error in my URL for Genesys consulting. The correct URL is www.genesys-consulting.com. Apologies....

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