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Which Kearney office is the biggest APAC office and which one grows the fastest?

Which Kearney office is the biggest APAC office and which one grows the fastest? I have Singapore, Shanghai, Sydney, etc in mind. I don't know the scale of the office and business situation at the moment.

Which Kearney office is the biggest APAC office and which one grows the fastest? I have Singapore, Shanghai, Sydney, etc in mind. I don't know the scale of the office and business situation at the moment.

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Hi,

I'm not positive, but my best guess would be that Australia is the largest (4 offices), while Shanghai is the fastest growing (location-based).

That being said, this is an educated guess. I would highly recommend you use this as a question during your networking! It's a good excuse to connect (i.e. to better understand the landscape)

Hi,

I'm not positive, but my best guess would be that Australia is the largest (4 offices), while Shanghai is the fastest growing (location-based).

That being said, this is an educated guess. I would highly recommend you use this as a question during your networking! It's a good excuse to connect (i.e. to better understand the landscape)