Consultants Trigger, Foresight merge

Heading the combined staff of over 20 employees will be a Foresight founder Shally Tshuva and Trigger's co-founders Rammy Ringel and Noam Gonen.

By AVI KRAWITZ
December 20, 2005 07:49

Two of Israel's largest consulting firms Trigger Strategic Consulting and Foresight have merged to form Trigger-Foresight, the new company said Monday. Heading the combined staff of over 20 employees will be a Foresight founder Shally Tshuva and Trigger's co-founders Rammy Ringel and Noam Gonen. The company said the merger will enable it to broaden its skill set and service more sectors.


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