Joe Saddi. (Wimimedia commons/Fayssal Zaoui)
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A 2014 global survey by multinational professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers showed that 63 percent of CEOs are increasingly worried about finding the right talent.Joe Saddi, senior partner at Strategy& consulting firm formerly known as Booz & Company seems to agree. Saddi's consulting firm Strategy& was acquired last year by PwC, the very same company that conducted the global CEO survey on challenges when it comes to talent recruitment.Saddi says PwC and Strategy& have come together to form a unique kind of consulting business. In the MENA region, Strategy& have combined the Booz & Company's legacy with the depth and scale of PwC's network, Saddi says.Demand for consulting services in the MENA region hasn't declined as a result of lower oil prices, according to Saddi, who says that a short- to medium-term slump in oil prices wouldn't have an impact.
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