Sia Partners CEO Matthieu Courtecuisse relocates to New York

20 September 2023 2 min. read
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Matthieu Courtecuisse, founder and CEO of France-origin Sia Partners, this month relocated to the firm’s New York office to help drive US and global growth.

Courtecuisse, who founded the management and technology consultancy in 1999, was previously based in the firm’s Paris headquarters.

The company has in the last 24 years grown to 2,800 employees across 40 offices in 19 countries – with 57% of the firm’s annual revenue of $500 million now coming from outside the French market.

From his new base in Sia’s Wall Street location, Courtecuisse will work with US management to grow the firm’s global presence as part of its new three-year plan “Launchpad,” which aims to exceed $1 billion in annual fees by the end of 2026.Sia Partners CEO Matthieu Courtecuisse relocates to New York“Being located in New York reflects our ambition in the US and Canada, as North America will become our top market by 2025,” Courtecuisse said. “I will support our US leadership team in developing our brand awareness, to triple the activity by 2027 by combining organic growth and acquisitions.”

Sia expanded into the US in 2012 with a New York office, which today is home to 300+ employees. The firm has over 1,000 employees across 14 offices in the US and Canada.

Sia has steadily acquired US companies to grow its nationwide footprint. The firm in the last two years has acquired Latham BioPharm Group, an Elkridge, MD-based life science consulting firm; Addison, a New York-based creative agency; PPT Consulting, a Philadelphia-based management and technology consultancy; and Summus Group, a Charlotte-based consulting firm.

Sia provides a wide range of consulting services, including in corporate strategy, turnaround, supply chain, compliance, marketing and pricing, IT strategy, digital transformation, cybersecurity, and data science.