Consulting.com
Consulting.com
 
5 Rating:
  • Level: Starting
  • Niche: Digital Transformation
  • Location: New York, United States
  • Consulting Accelerator
Description

Prior to the course the customer worked for many large companies. After the course he liked the fact the course is truly a complete course. It has all the tools you need to start your business and be successful.

Transcript

Hi, everyone. My name is Tom Hussein. I operate between Paris and New York City. Before Sam's program I was actually coming from a corporate consulting background. I used to be a manager at EY, Ernst & Young. of which I've consulted for some of the biggest companies in the world. Then I've created my own consulting practice. I've had clients like Nissan that I helped go through major technology transformation programs. I've had my own consulting practice. For example, now I'm consultant to a top 10 former group helping them going through major digital transformation program. That's pretty much what I was doing before, you know, Sam's program. I got into Sam's program, honestly, being very doubtful, not really knowing what to expect because usually I wouldn't enroll in a program like that especially for somebody like me who's seasoned in the consulting game, who's been in the action for the last 10 years. And honestly, starting to see some of the material and some of the content, I was really impressed by your quality, by your professionalism, by the energy and by the value that Sam is putting into it. Have no hesitating recommending it really to anybody who want to start a consulting business. After that, what I really like about a program is how Sam went deeply into it and designed something really complete because it's a matter of having the right pieces of the equation put together so that you can really build something sustainable that you can earn your living with and Sam was really amazing at doing that. So I really highly recommend the program for anybody who want to start an consulting business.

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