Friday, May 3, 2013

Report - Sustainability Consultants Face Complex Market Dynamics

For the past decade, management consultants and firms such as engineering service firms, environmental services firms and boutiques have created sustainability practices in an attempt to address a growing need for sustainability services, which include climate change, carbon management and cleantech.

However, sustainability consultants have experienced a bumpy ride, struggling to identify the market and to attract large contracts, which are few and far between.

This report helps sustainability consultants understand those challenges and sheds light on how consultants can succeed in a complex market.

Click here to register for access to this report.

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