PCG and Argon & Co have amalgamated to become a large force in the Australian cum NZ arena. With more than 60 consultants in the region and around 400 globally, the joint venture is seeking to earn a profit for both sides.
Pollen Consulting Group has made an alliance with Argon & Co to capture the South East Asian market and to work collaboratively. Paul Eastwood, PCG founder will be in charge of the operations across the aforementioned region. He commented that this is an exciting venture that both companies have embarked upon. Argon & Co are the right fit to work with PCG.
PCG has been working as problem-solvers in the operations sector, especially the supply chain domain for a few years now and this step is ‘in the right direction’. The company specializes in FMCG, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, retail and commercial, as well as quick service retail. PCG is headquartered in Sydney but has its influence in Australia as well as the APAC region (Asia Pacific).
Paul Eastwood further stated that both companies have similar visions and have the same set of ethics and business beliefs. He said that the alliance will improve PCG’s quality of work and how it deals with its clients. It will deepen and expand its supply chain know-how.
CEO of Argon & Co, Yvan Salamon also applauded the move and commented that the amalgamation was in terms with both the parties’ expansion strategies. He said that the collaboration with PCG will increase the team by threefold and will help Argon & Co serve its clients better.
With ties in France, Argon & Co is a fairly larger setup than its new pal and with its roots deeply embedded into Automotive, aerospace and defence, consumer goods, energy, fashion, transport and logistics, apart from various other fortes, Argon & Co is the ‘global doorway’ for PCG to enter new arenas. Paul Eastwood said that the common ‘passion to serve our clients better’ will be the driving force in the success of the new company.
C-level executives and the leadership of both parties will now work together to lead the new company.