Ways to enhance market share of consulting offices discussed
The National Committee for Consulting Professions at the Federation of Saudi Chambers has unveiled a package of initiatives and efforts that are aimed to increase the share of Saudi consulting offices in the Kingdom’s consultancy market. The initiatives also target provision of various financing products, and localize and improve the business environment in the consulting sector.
This was revealed in an expanded meeting held by the committee at the headquarters of the federation on Wednesday. The meeting was part of an initiative launched by the federation to enhance communication between the national committees in the union and the sectoral committees at the chambers of commerce and industry across the Kingdom.
Addressing the meeting, Dr. Ihab Abu Rakba, head of the committee, unveiled the strategic plan that included its vision of “leading the consulting sector and achieving sustainable development.”
Abu Rakba said that the committee represents 67 consulting activities and that its plan included six strategic objectives: localization and governance of the sector; achieving digital transformation; strengthening strategic partnerships with the public, private and third sectors; increasing the market share of national advisory offices, and raising the efficiency of advisory offices to reach professionalism.
The committee has 37 strategic initiatives to implement these goals, according to targets and performance indicators that are measured periodically to ensure their efficiency.