Consulus Singapore

Our goal is to help enterprises and places transform in order to meet the challenges of Industry 4.0

The capabilities and the type of solutions that we provide in Consulus Singapore.

  • Business Transformation Solutions – PurposeCORE 50%
  • Place Economy Transformation and Branding – PlaceCORE 25%
  • New Experience Concepts – ExperienceCORE 25%

Our work includes:

  1. Transforming a company’s business model, help them build the capacity for innovation and create their own intellectual property.
  2. Reimagine new service and retail experiences
  3. Help shape urban renewal in Asia through place innovation and community engagement.
  4. Specific to Singapore, we work with government agencies to help companies transform to meet the challenges of the digital economy.

Background

In late 2003, the partners of three separate companies specialising in strategy, public relations and graphic design came together to offer a more sustainable form of consultancy for companies. The founding philosophy was that companies needed an inside-out approach to redesign their business models so that they could sustain their gains to be more competitive. Consulus was thus founded on 21st June 2004. It was built on the premise of management consultants and designers coming together and building up internal teams and processes for companies to maximise their potential. Since then, Consulus has served leading organisations from New York to Singapore. Clients range from billion dollar companies – like SembCorp, MTU, Millennium Hotels & Resorts and Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam – to unique experiences such as, myVillage and family enterprises such as Cyclect. It has also served public institutions such as Tan Tock Seng Hospital, IE Singapore, the National University of Singapore and business owners and founders who want to shape the corporate and consumer world.   Through a variety of channels, such as Shape the World Conference which has been conducted in six countries reaching 5000 individuals, Consulus brings new ideas in business and design so that a new Asia will emerge. Additionally, a quarterly newsletter The Columnist reaches out to 200,000 leaders and professionals offering new solutions and insights on business, design and world affairs. The company has also worked with local trade associations such as SCCCI, SBF, SMA and ASME to help companies re-imagine their business models and brands. Consulus Singapore has been recognised as a leading creative firm and won Singapore Design Awards and Singapore Good Design Mark .

Rawi Ahmed

Rawi Ahmed

Partner at Consulus Singapore

Contact us

info@consulus.com Address: 120 Lower Delta Road, Cendex Centre, #13-05 /06, Singapore 169208

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