Definition of Consulting firm

1. Noun. A firm of experts providing professional advice to an organization for a fee.

Exact synonyms: Consulting Company
Generic synonyms: Business Firm, Firm, House



Lexicographical Neighbors of Consulting Firm

consultation
consultations
consultative
consultatory
consulted
consultee
consultees
consulter
consulters
consultest
consulteth
consulting
consulting company
consulting detective
consulting detectives
consulting firm (current term)
consulting service
consulting staff
consultive
consultor
consultors
consults
consumable
consumables
consumate
consume
consumed
consumedly
consumer

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 ..."

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