Shanghai, China (PRWEB) May 23, 2011
In this position, Ms. Dieter will be responsible for further developing Solidiance’s experienced consulting staff in China and serving a growing base of multi-national corporations currently utilizing Solidiance’s Asian expertise across their 5 other regional offices in Asia.
Solidiance is a top tier strategy consulting firm with a focus on three specific verticals: Industrial, Technology and Healthcare. Headquartered in Singapore with offices in China, Indonesia, India, Thailand and Vietnam, Solidiance is a leader in growth strategy and B2B marketing consulting. Over 40 consultants work to optimize market entry strategies and maximize investment returns for multinational companies in Asia.
Damien Duhamel, Managing Partner Asia, says: "I am delighted to welcome Ms. Dieter to our company. The depth of her China growth strategy experience is well-recognized in the industry and by Fortune 500 clients. Interestingly enough, she also graduated from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business so it did not take us much time to get along. We anticipate sustained growth in our China operation and we will keep sourcing talented individuals in China".
Pilar Dieter has served as an adviser to clients seeking process improvements and growth opportunities for the past 15 years. She has advised multinational companies such as Corning, Honeywell, Applied Materials, Steelcase, and Harley-Davidson.
Based in China for over 5 years, Ms. Dieter most recently was Senior Director for Alaris Consulting in Shanghai where she was responsible for managing client accounts for the firm’s Fortune 500 multi-national clients focused on projects related to supply chain initiatives, market growth strategies and transaction services. Following her time at Accenture Consulting, she led Professional Services and Product Management divisions in the Silicon Valley at TradeBeam, Inc. and Embarcadero Systems Corporation. Ms. Dieter graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
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