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Sia Partners has been present in Canada since 2014. The team supports public and private stakeholders in the implementation of their strategy and transformation projects, and operates primarily in the banking, insurance, energy, telecommunications, media and public sectors.
The Montreal office is located in downtown Montreal (Old-Port). Since its opening, it has experienced a strong growth, supported by its ability to build lasting relationships with its customers and ability to find innovative ways to provide them with tangible results. The Montreal office is also a member of several business networks of decision-makers as well as professional associations.
In 2018, Sia Partners opened up their second Data Science Excellence Center in Montreal, supported by a network of Data Science consultants covering all North-American offices.
Moreover, since 2019, Montreal is also a Design Center (Makestorming) in charge of creating bridges between pure design capabilities and management consulting.
Sia Partners has a strong presence in the following areas of expertise:
The Toronto office is located in downtown Toronto (King’s Street). Since its opening, it has also experienced a strong growth, more specifically in the financial services industry. Consultants in Toronto work closely together with Sia Partners’ New York and Montreal offices.
Thanks to Sia Partners’ presence across the globe and its strong employer brand, Sia Partners will continue its ambitious recruitment plan in the coming years!
Check out our open positions in Canada, and our offices across the globe!
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