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Bhutan’s State Enterprise selects MTI for restructuring


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The State Trading Corporation of Bhutan Ltd. (STCBL), arising from a competitive international pitch, has selected MTI Consulting to help re-structure the organisation via an assignment on organisational

MTI’s Bhutan-based Associate 

Ugyen Lham 
 
MTI Consulting Global CEO 

Hilmy Cader

development. 

An international team of MTI Consultants will be in Thimphu from next week, which includes MTI Sri Lanka Director Rajika Sangakkara, who was responsible for successfully leading the MTI pitch, MTI’s Bhutan-based Associate Ugyen Lham and MTI Consulting Global CEO Hilmy Cader. 

STCBL is one of the largest State-owned enterprises in Bhutan, operating in the automotive, ICT, agriculture, construction inputs and home care domains. It is the sole authorised distributor of Toyota Motors and authorised distributor of Tata Motors and Eicher Vehicles in Bhutan. 

MTI Consulting is Sri Lanka’s leading strategy consultancy, having worked on projects in over 40 countries, including frontier markets such as Algeria Bangladesh, Cambodia, Egypt, Jordon, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Maldives, Mexico, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines and Syria.

 


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