WIL Group continues to expand its global reach
-Turkey’s BT Global Partners becomes the latest member of the global interim and transitional management organisation –
BT Global Partners has become the latest business to join the WIL Group (Worldwide Interim Leadership), supporting the organisation’s global expansion.
The WIL Group delivers global interim and transitional management solutions to clients around the world, and this latest appointment supports the development of the group in Turkey and the across the Middle East.
BT Global Partners, which was established at the end of 2016, was set up by four partners – each with significant strategic and operational management experience. This knowledge and skills set enables the company to support organisations and leaders through periods of change and transition – offering coaching, consulting and interim management solutions.
Serdar Sarigul, chairman at BT Global Partners, said: “Turkey is an exciting emerging market, and one that many companies are now looking to become involved in. Equally, globalisation is presenting real opportunities for domestic Turkish businesses. Large numbers are now experiencing growth, and there is a need to recruit new talented managers to help support this.
“We believe the future will be based on global opportunities, and therefore being part of the WIL Group and providing significant contribution will be of true value to our business. Equally, we hope to bring our extensive knowledge and experience, and to support the organisation in its planned growth.”
Patrick Laredo, chairman of WIL Group, adds: “We are delighted to welcome BT Global Partners to the WIL Group. The management team is second-to-none with strong credentials, and the company has exciting growth ambitions – both on a local and global scale.
“Since launching the WIL Group nearly three years ago, we have grown to 17 members in 37 countries around the world. BT Global Partners of Turkey will add real value to the group, helping in our planned expansion and creating a real foothold in the Middle East.”