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How big 4 consultants can boost Australia’s economy by 2020

A big four consulting firm with more than 40,000 staff is expected to become Australia’s biggest and most profitable firm by 2020, according to a report by consultants and academics.

Geosyntech Consulting (GCC), which specialises in software and technology solutions, has been set up by a group of five former consultants and technology entrepreneurs in the US, including Paul Schoen, who co-founded the software consultancy firm Blue Ribbon Consulting.

The company has already received more than $3 billion in investment, including $1.8 billion from a group led by US venture capitalist Mark Cuban, and it is expected that the new company will become the largest firm in Australia by 2020.

It is one of the biggest US-based consulting firms, and is backed by a host of prominent global brands, including Apple, Google and Amazon.

But the new firm is also set to expand its scope, with a new focus on helping Australian businesses grow their businesses, the report said.

“It’s a very exciting time to be a consultant,” Geosyntek chief executive Chris Hutton said.

Geosynthesis has about 40 employees and a total annual turnover of more than A$100 million. “

They are the ones who will be looking for our help, and we will be working with them to grow the business.”

Geosynthesis has about 40 employees and a total annual turnover of more than A$100 million.

Mr Hutton expects the firm will become Australia ‘s biggest and largest firm by 2019, with revenues of about $2.5 billion.

“The Australian economy has always been one of its best performers and we’re going to be the best-performing firm in the world,” he said.

“We’re going for it.”GCC is also likely to benefit from increased immigration and visa restrictions, with its employees expected to move to the US as a result of a crackdown on visa fraud, the new report said, citing an internal company report.

Geodesy is a technology firm that specialises on cloud services, including software for financial institutions, online payment providers and other businesses.

Its chief executive, Ian Walshe, said it would be a huge change for the firm and for the Australian economy, with his team set to spend up to $10 million annually on employee relocation, and a new facility being built on its Sydney headquarters.

“Geodesys has the resources to build this new facility, and its also the right place for us to make a contribution to our global network and for our Australian customers,” Mr Walsch said.

GeoSyntech has more than 30 years of experience in technology and services, with more to come.

Geodesylv has more people than GCSB, with about 1,500 employees and revenues of A$1.2 billion.

Its employees will work at GCSBN, its online payment and customer service business, and the company has more customers than Geosynthesis, with an average of about 100 customers a day.

Geoesyntech also has a presence in Australia’s financial services sector, with employees at the Australian Bankers Association, Royal Bank of Scotland, Commonwealth Bank and Westpac.

GCC has also established partnerships with major banks and financial institutions in Australia, including the Australian Government.

Its biggest customers include banks including Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and the Commonwealth Bank.GCSB has been criticised for its role in the financial crisis, with some employees quitting the company in 2015 amid allegations of misconduct.

Its director-general, Nick Sorensen, has also faced criticism for the company’s response to the crisis, including a $30 million settlement with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.