After a difficult few years in the energy & resources sector, this consulting market looked stronger in 2017, with an overall growth rate of 5.9%. After the mid-2010s’ drop in oil prices, clients cut back on all non-essential work, and consultants took a hard hit. Last year, however, commodity prices stabilised, improving cash flows and leading to a willingness to spend on consulting once again. A shift in focus occurred, too, from the cost reduction mindset that had dominated the last few years to longer-term growth strategy, as clients gained confidence and looked to better position themselves to deal with a new type of disruption: Digitisation.
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