Milan Sallaba joins Accenture Middle East

Sallaba appointed MD of Accenture Middle East, charged with growing MEA business
Milan Sallaba has joined Accenture Middle East as managing director.
Milan Sallaba has joined Accenture Middle East as managing director.
Milan Sallaba has joined Accenture Middle East as managing director.
Milan Sallaba has joined Accenture Middle East as managing director.

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Accenture, a global management consulting and technology services company, has hired Milan Sallaba as managing director of its Middle East business.

Sallaba, a well-known telecom executive in the Middle East, will be based in Abu Dhabi, with a remit to cover the MEA region.

As managing director, Sallaba is tasked with leading and developing Accenture’s management consulting business across communications, media and technology (CMT) industries. He will focus on value creation for Accenture’s clients by helping them envision, design and execute transformation in business and operating models.

Prior to joining Accenture, Sallaba was a partner and the head of strategy advisory for TMT at KPMG in the UK.

Before joining KPMG, Sallaba led Oliver Wyman’s MEA business as managing director, gaining in-depth experience of the region’s TMT sector during his 15 years with the company.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to help deliver exceptional results for Accenture’s clients,” Sallaba said. “I feel privileged to be able to contribute to the success of a team that already prides itself on collaboration and can quickly pull together the right mix of specialised people from around the world to deliver high performance and value creation to our clients and the business.”

Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with about 266,000 staff in 120 countries.
 

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