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The Diplomatic Council is launching DC Advisory & Professional Services (DCAPS), a management consulting practice. With support from the global network of the Diplomatic Council whose members are dignitaries, C-level executives, ambassadors and politicians, DCAPS will offer very unique capabilities to clients. Our management consulting services focus on solving complex challenges through on-demand, agile and multi-disciplinary teams. The Diplomatic Council has the unique advantage of its global network of members to fuel the growth of DCAPS through unparalleled client relationships, business development opportunities, investment opportunities, and high caliber of expertise across numerous domain areas. In addition to working with clients to offer management consulting services, the formation of DCAPS offers clients and Diplomatic Council members access to 300-500 million Euro available investment funds for qualified business ventures. The representatives of the investment funds will also be present at the DC gala on February 2, 2018.
DCAPS will serve clients across industries and geographies to offer the following services:
- Go-to-market Strategy
- Customer Engagement
- Change Management & Transformation
- Information Technology & Digital
- Finance & Investment Management
- Legal & Tax
- Sales & Distribution
- Human Capital Management
- Executive Search
- Mergers & Acquisition
- Speaking Engagements & Training Workshops
The DC Advisory & Professional services leadership team is made up of DC members with Ashwin Jayaram, Head of Americas, Andreas Neumann, Head of Europe, Irene Ho Head of Asia, and Andreas Dripke, DCAPS Chairman. All four leaders will be present at the DC Gala on February 2, 2018 in Frankfurt.
The Diplomatic Council has obtained its United Nations consultative status with its vision that a thriving economy is a key factor to promoting peace. In line with the Diplomatic Council's code of honor, 3% of DCAPS' revenues will be donated to the Diplomatic Council Foundation for charitable purposes. "DCAPS has the potential to serve as a strong economic motor for social good" says DC Secretary General Hang Nguyen.