Nicholas Farhi

Senior Leadership

Nicholas serve clientes em serviços B2C e B2B2C, é especializado nos setores de serviços automotivos, viagem e lazer.

Ele também liderou grande parte do trabalho da OC&C em diversos setores da indústria em transversais como otimização da força de trabalho e estratégias de serviços ao cliente. Além disso, Nicholas trabalha com um grupo seleto de clientes de private equity no momento da transação e, especialmente, dando suporte para a valorização da empresa pós aquisição.

Educação e experiência anterior

  • Mestrado em Física, Oxford University
"Adoramos nada mais do que arregaçar as mangas com nossos clientes para criar e implementar uma estratégia que realmente atenda a eles."

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