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Say what you will about its car design, or the horizontal integration of four-door sedans and big bustling SUVs into its sportscar line-up. But Porsche, push comes to shove, knows efficiency. And we're not talking about miles-per-gallon here. We're talking about corporate management and the license to virtually print money.
In fact other companies - both from within the automotive industry and from outside - look to Porsche to offer advice on how they can streamline their operations as well. That's what prompted the establishment of Porsche Consulting in 1994.
Over the past five years, Porsche Consulting has made some $20 million in the United States alone, even though it has no offices here. With that much business to serve, it should come as no surprise that the subsidiary is setting up shop in America.
Following the establishment of similar offices in Italy and Brazil, the U.S. office of Porsche Consulting will be based out of Porsche's North American headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, with a small staff of ten to start out with. Follow the jump for the full press release.Permalink | Email this | Comments