Consulting firm Slalom expands into New Jersey

26 February 2020 2 min. read
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Management and technology consultancy Slalom has expanded into the New Jersey market with a new office in Morristown.

The firm, which has $1.6 billion in annual revenues and 35 global locations, expects to create 350 new jobs in the Garden State in the “next several years,” a company statement said.

The company has been expanding at a rapid clip in the last several years, as demand for technology consulting services continues to explode. Slalom last year moved its Houston and Chicago locations to larger offices to facilitate a growing team of professionals. The firm also recently launched offices to serve Florida and Southern Connecticut.

“Slalom’s expansion allows us to provide a deeper level of service to our New Jersey clients by hiring the state’s top talent,” said Troy Johnson, Slalom’s chief growth officer and co-founder. “Our model is to hire locally. In over 35 cities around the world, Slalom teams have the autonomy to move fast and do what’s right for our clients, making us more personal and nimbler than traditional consulting firms.”

Consulting firm Slalom expands into New Jersey

New Jersey is home to more than 20 Fortune 500 firms and a range of leading companies across pharma, insurance, retail, and technology. Slalom’s clients include more than half of the Fortune 100 and a third of the Fortune 500.

“This move demonstrates that New Jersey continues to be a premier place for leading businesses with all the assets – and accessibility – any forward-thinking company needs,” Jose Lozano, president and CEO of Choose New Jersey, said. “We are home to one of the most highly educated workforces in the U.S. and a business located in central New Jersey can serve more than 22 million consumers.”

The Morristown, NJ location marks the company’s 30th office in the US. The firm has international offices in Toronto, Vancouver, London, Manchester, and Melbourne. According to the firm’s website, new international offices are planned for Sydney, Tokyo, and the Netherlands.

“Slalom New Jersey is the first Slalom office representing an entire state, not just a city – and we take great pride in that,” said Jeff Van Wie, Slalom's general manager for New Jersey. “With an exclusive focus on our clients in the New Jersey market, we now have an opportunity to better help them implement their strategies through transformational programs as they grow and reinvent their businesses.”