Slalom, the $1B modern consulting firm focused on strategy, technology, and business transformation, today announced the opening of its newest office servicing Westchester County and Southern Connecticut. The office will be located in White Plains, New York, and will bring more than 300 jobs to Westchester and Southern Connecticut over the next several years.
“Westchester County is pleased to welcome Slalom and the hundreds of professional jobs the firm will bring to our business community,” said Westchester County Executive, George Latimer. “We are fortunate to possess a wealth of talented, successful business leaders right here in Westchester, and with an ideal location adjacent to New York City, this is the perfect place for an innovative company like Slalom to thrive.”
Slalom was founded in Seattle in 2001. Today, the company is in over 35 markets across the US and around the world and is worth over $1B in revenue. Slalom’s clients include more than half the Fortune 100 and a third of the Fortune 500—along with startups, not-for-profits, and innovative organizations of all kinds.
“We’re building the Westchester market from the ground up and will be driving growth in the business community with the leadership of our newest General Manager, Marc Raderman,” said Troy Johnson, Slalom Chief Growth Officer and Co-Founder.
For Slalom, Westchester County offers close proximity to multiple Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, and a rapidly expanding growth center for media, manufacturing, biotech, med-tech, and healthcare innovation.
“In Westchester County, we see a lot of untapped potential,” said Marc Raderman, Slalom General Manager for Westchester/Southern Connecticut. “Westchester is home to industry leaders in healthcare, financial services, technology, and retail, and we’re looking forward to bringing innovation and impactful outcomes to this business community.”
Along with Slalom’s newest office, the company currently employs 7,500 people globally and will continue its rapid growth in 2020.