Frost & Sullivan appoints leadership for RHQ move to Riyadh

02 May 2024 Consultancy-me.com 1 min. read

The Executive Board of Frost & Sullivan has announced the formation of a Regional Headquarters (RHQ) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, reflecting the firm’s continued commitment to invest in the region and support its economic development.

The growth-focused advisory firm will leverage its 60+ years of experience to help government agencies, family groups and the private sector formulate and align strategies to achieve the ambitious goals outlined in the Saudi Vision 2030.

The Executive Board has appointed Robin Joffe as the Managing Director of Frost & Sullivan’s RHQ in Riyadh. He oversees and manage operations across the Middle East.

Frost & Sullivan appoints leadership team for Riyadh RHQ move

In addition to Joffe’s appointment, Frost & Sullivan’s board has announced the other two RHQ executive leaders: Abdulaziz Jalab, RHQ Vice President of Strategy and KSA co-Country Leader, and Hani Al Sayed , RHQ Vice President of Corporate Development and KSA co-Country Leader.

“Establishing our regional headquarters in Riyadh marks a significant milestone for Frost & Sullivan as we deepen our roots in Saudi Arabia,” stated Joffe. “With our expanded presence and dedicated leadership team, we are poised to drive innovation, foster strategic partnerships, and contribute to the realization of Vision 2030’s objectives.”

According to Jalab. “It is a historical milestone for Frost & Sullivan’s business in the region. By increasing our investment and expanding our team size, we aim to enhance our service offerings, deliver tailored solutions, and empower organizations to navigate the evolving business landscape effectively. I look forward to leveraging our expertise to support Saudi Arabia’s economic diversification efforts and facilitate sustainable growth.”

Headquartered in the United States, Frost & Sullivan has teams in 45 offices worldwide. The firm’s Middle East team ranks among one of the leading consultancies in the region.