Uniqus enters Saudi consulting market with new office in Riyadh

18 June 2024 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read
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Hot on the heels of landing a major funding round, Uniqus has continued its push into the Middle East with the launch of a new office in Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh.

The new office marks Uniqus’ eighth office globally and the third in the Middle East, alongside Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Established in December 2022, Uniqus has since its inception seen stellar growth, expanding its portfolio of clients to 200-plus and headcount to 350-plus consultants and staff. The consulting firm also has offices in the US and India.

Uniqus enters Saudi consulting market with new office in Riyadh

“Our expansion into Saudi Arabia is a significant milestone,” said Jamil Khatri, Co-Founder and CEO of Uniqus. “We are excited to contribute to Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 by providing innovative consulting solutions that drive sustainability and financial excellence. The opening of our Riyadh office allows us to serve our clients in the region better, offering localized expertise and support.”

Dinesh Jangid, Managing Partner for the Middle East at Uniqus, highlighted the importance of this expansion: “Saudi Arabia is at the forefront of economic transformation, and we are thrilled to be part of this journey. Our Riyadh office will allow us to work closely with our clients, helping them navigate the evolving landscape and achieve their strategic goals.”

Mirroring its portfolio in other markets, the fresh Saudi practice will provide expertise in areas such as accounting & financial reporting, risk, ESG and technology consulting.

Sandip Khetan, Co-Founder and Global Head of Accounting & Reporting, stated: “The Riyadh office will enhance our ability to offer high-quality, tech-enabled consulting services in the Middle East. Our focus on leveraging advanced technology and global talent ensures we deliver innovative solutions tailored to our clients' needs.”

The new office was inaugurated at an opening ceremony together with company leaders, staff and external guests, including industry leaders, government officials, and Uniqus clients.

Among the high-profile guests was the former Deputy Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, Osama bin Abdul Aziz Al-Zamil, who welcomed the firm’s arrival in the kingdom: “Uniqus brings in a fresh perspective to the consulting market of Saudi Arabia. Their outcome focused approach is exactly what high growth companies in the KSA need.”