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New Management Consulting Company

August 20 2004

Jay Wilson, ex-Chairman and CEO of Roper Starch Worldwide, and Simon Chadwick, until recently worldwide CEO of NOP World, announce the formation of their new management consulting company, Cambiar LLC.

Cambiar is a change management consulting firm specializing in marketing services businesses. The company will offer a full suite of consulting services, including strategic planning, product and idea development, training and learning development, management coaching and operational assistance, as well as assistance in mergers and acquisitions and international expansion.

Jay Wilson and Simon ChadwickCambiar is a new and refreshing type of management consulting company,said Chadwick. Its main focus is the management of change. Change today is a constant in our business lives, whether we run a small start-up or a large multinational. Jay and I have managed change in a variety of different situations through growth, acquisition, restructuring, divestiture; here in the States and in Europe, Latin America and Asia; on our own behalf and for others. We bring this experience in a very direct way to client companies that are experiencing change and help them navigate their way successfully through it.

Jay Wilson, who built Roper Starch Worldwide from $2 million to over $80 million in revenues, adds: Whether you need strategic help, assistance in acquiring other companies or selling your own or merely some light-touchcoaching and mentoring, we are able to tailor a solution that brings you the benefit of both our experience and that of our many specialist partners throughout the world.

Cambiar will be based in Fairfield, Connecticut and Phoenix, Arizona.

All articles 2006-23 written and edited by Mel Crowther and/or Nick Thomas, 2024- by Nick Thomas, unless otherwise stated.

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