After a slow start, 2017 saw a solid rate of growth for the Benelux consulting market. The continuing improvement of the region’s economies, as well as advancement in the digital transformation space, has led to an increase in consulting demand in the region.
Digital transformation and the implementation of new technologies grew in prominence in the Benelux region in 2017, and was one of the key drivers of demand. Within this space, data & analytics work was also an increasing area of interest and created further momentum. In addition to this, Brexit has led a lot of companies—including the European Medicines Agency— to consider moving their operations to Amsterdam, which has created a wealth of new opportunities (and a new client base) for consultants in the region.
Despite this apparent strength throughout 2017, one somewhat controversial question still continues to ring in the ears of many: Will the Benelux region provide a viable standalone market in the long-term?
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