DB Results acquires Terranovate
- 21 February, 2013 11:14
In response to demands for improved customer engagement from large Australian companies, independent consulting company, DB Results, has announced its acquisition of Australian consultancy, Terranovate.
DB Results was established in 2004 by Dean and Gavin Bunshaw. It works with large, blue-chip clients across utilities, financial services, government and telecommunication sectors.
The acquisition will see both companies retain their individual brands while combining expertise from both workforces to develop new service offerings for clients.
DB Results’ managing director, Andrew Dean, said this important step will move the business into a position where it can deliver against local and global clients’ needs, and provide competitive alternatives to the top tier consulting groups.
“As our clients continue to face the challenges of difficult markets and increasing global competition, their leaders and management teams are demanding expanded service and responsiveness from their external consultants and advisers,” Dean said.
Once DB Results and Terranovate are combined, they will have over 150 staff across Asia-Pacific (APAC).
“Together, Terranovate and DB Results will have an expanded workforce capable of delivering large scale projects and will continue to maintain the personal client approach that has been a hallmark of both companies to date,” Terranovate managing director, John Craven, said.
“We are working harder than ever to provide more jobs to graduate and expand our team of experts, offering growth and diverse business opportunities for new and existing clients.”
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