Definition of Consulting firm
1. Noun. A firm of experts providing professional advice to an organization for a fee.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Consulting Firm
Literary usage of Consulting firm
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Successful Independent Consulting: Turn Your Career Experience Into a by Douglas Florzak (1999)
"The second type of consulting organization is the consulting firm. ... For example, the consultants for a computer consulting firm such as IBM, design, ..."
2. Japan's System of Official Development Assistance by Chris M. Cook, Micheline Beaudry-Somcynsky (1999)
"The consulting firm prepares the detailed project design, ... A contract is concluded with a Japanese consulting firm, which is verified by MOFA (if ..."
3. Dedicated Computer Crime Units by J. Thomas McEwen (1988)
"The investigators were able to identify a suspect in the consulting firm and determine that he had been selling the systems through three different ..."
4. Mining and the Environment: case studies from the Americas by Warhurst, Alyson (1999)
"Of the three medium-scale firms, Buenaventura is the only one that set up a consulting firm — EISA. This firm has mainly worked in mining and metallurgy and ..."