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Mercredi 17 février 2016 tagNomination

Alma Consulting Group and Lowendalmasaï are called Ayming. Ayming is pleased to present its new Executive Committee

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Ayming is a leading international Business Performance consulting group, formed by the merger between Alma Consulting Group and Lowendalmasaï.

Ayming provides companies with strategic and operational support to improve and sustainably develop their overall performance in four key areas of expertise: Human Resources, Operations (strategic purchasing, WCR, supply chain…), Finance and Innovation.

 

Ayming’s missions with its clients are characterised by support with risk prevention and management (securing); optimisation of processes, organisations and funding (accelerating); development of growth strategies and reallocation of resources (anticipating).

 

Ayming now possesses complementary areas of expertise in performance improvement, and an international presence enabling it to meet its clients’ new expectations.

 

Ayming’s new Executive Committee is made up of:

 

  • Hervé AMAR, President of Ayming;
  • Dominique THOMANN, Deputy Executive Director, HR performance Director;
  • Jean-Baptiste HUEBER, Deputy Executive Director, Finance & Innovation performance Director;
  • Romain DAUMONT, Deputy Executive Director, Operations performance Director;
  • Carlos BOFILL, International Managing Director in charge of the North region;
  • Giovanni GRILLO, International Managing Director in charge of the South region;
  • Tiphaine VERNERET, Human Resources Director;
  • Denis BLANC, Financial and Administrative Director.

 

“For the last 30 years, French and international companies have been placing their full trust in us to support them on a daily basis in improving their performance and reaching their objectives. Our clients’ success and recognition of our expertise are clearly our greatest rewards. Today, the Alma Consulting Group and Lowendalmasaï teams are particularly proud to become Ayming. This name conveys our business performance frame of mind, i.e. knowing how to develop the overall performance of companies by detecting it wherever it exists and putting everything in place to deliver concrete, measurable results for the long term. This is our unique way of practising our business”, announced Hervé AMAR, President of Ayming.

 

About Ayming

 

Ayming is a leading international Business Performance consulting group, formed by the merger between Alma Consulting Group and Lowendalmasaï, with offices in 14 countries: Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Spain. In 2015, the Group, which has a staff of approximately 1,500, achieved a turnover of 173 M€.

 

Ayming provides companies with strategic and operational support to improve and sustainably develop their overall performance in four key areas of expertise: Human Resources, Operations, Finance and Innovation. Ayming’s missions consist of support with risk prevention and management (securing); optimisation of processes, organisations and funding (accelerating); development of growth strategies and reallocation of resources (anticipating).

 

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