IKEI IS IN CONTACT WITH TEAMS IN OVER 75 COUNTRIES, FORMING A NETWORK OF OVER 3,800 CONSULTANTS, SPREAD OVER 235 OFFICES.
Over 65 countries, more than 200 offices, 3,200 consultants
ANTEA, Alliance of Independent Firms, is an association of business consulting firms designed to meet the needs of companies, regardless of the country or region where they conduct their business. It has members in over 65 countries, distributed across a network of over 200 offices overseas.
In most of these markets, the members of ANTEA are among the most highly reputed companies in the sector. To illustrate this, ANTEA occupies some of the top places in the various rankings of the International Accounting Bulletin (IAB). These rankings confirm the leadership and strength of the alliance in the global arena.
IKEI, a member of ANTEA since 2014, works together with teams from the alliance on business consulting projects and corporate operations that require multidisciplinary consulting in order to develop locally and globally.
There are over 3,200 consultants in ANTEA’s team; they are highly qualified and provide a wide range of services in areas relating to strategy, administration and management consulting, the development of corporate operations, auditing, carrying out due diligence processes and legal and tax advice.
33 countries, over 35 offices, more than 600 consultants
Since 1992, IKEI has been part of the ENSR, European Network for Social and Economic Research, a partnership composed of 33 consultancy firms, research institutions and universities, covering all of the Member States of the EU, candidate countries and countries in the EEA (Norway, Iceland and Switzerland), as well as Turkey.
IKEI carries out a significant part of its international consulting activity in the public sector through the ENSR. The ENSR, which specialises in social and economic research applied to European public policies, has a total of more than 600 highly-qualified consultants and researchers who are able to cover a wide range of subject areas and projects online with the institutional consulting services of IKEI; these include “Entrepreneurship and enterprise development”, “SME policy”, “New skills and training”, “Labour market and employment policy”, “Working conditions and OSH”, “Social policy”, “Evaluation, monitoring, benchmarking, impact assessments”, etc.
IKEI is currently part of the ENSR’s Steering Committee, of which there are 5 members.
IKEI also has a large network of partners and global experts in public consulting in other geographical areas not covered by the ENSR.