VEP: Booz-Allen & Hamilton 2003
Vault, Inc. | 2002 | ISBN: 1581311931 | PDF | pages 45 | 1.39 Mb
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Some people travel after college or work until they find their calling. Others,
like Edwin Booz, start their own consulting firms. Booz founded his
eponymous firm shortly after graduating from Northwestern University in
1914. From its beginning, Booz's firm, one of the first of its kind, worked
closely with corporations in the Midwest and other parts of the U.S.
Montgomery Ward, General Mills and the American National Red Cross all
enlisted Booz for consulting advice. Despite working for such lofty clients,
Booz likely had no idea that by the dawn of the 21st century his consulting
firm would be among the most prestigious in the world. Today, Booz Allen
Hamilton has a staff of 11,000 and over 100 offices worldwide. The firm has
recently expanded its service lines to include e-business, e-government and
strategic security. Booz Allen boasts a strong track record of satisfaction –
the firm garners 80 percent of its revenues from previous clients.
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