28Stone Consulting to Grow Footprint in Portugal Through a Partnership with Stark & Partners

The partnership will build a center of excellence complementing existing operations in the US and Europe

28Stone Consulting (28Stone), a leading provider of business and consulting services to the financial services industry, announced today its partnership with Stark & Partners, a Portugal-based organizational and incubation consultancy that provides market readiness and talent acquisition to companies entering the Portuguese market. The partnership will provide a 12-month ramp-up plan to attract top tier talent and increase efficiency while minimizing the risk associated with entering a new market. 

The partnership with Stark & Partners represents a strategic move by 28Stone to extend its reach and establish a strong presence in Portugal, building upon existing operations in Latvia, the UK and the US to service its rapidly expanding, international client base. The move into Portugal will provide the necessary staff to continue to provide high-level custom software solutions to the financial industry, providing not simply ‘near-shore’ capabilities, but allowing clients to operate on a ‘right shore’ model, giving them the right access to talent and technology.  

“By leveraging the expertise of Stark & Partners, our company can tap into their expertise and resources in the Portuguese market,” said Thomas Dolan, President and Co-founder of 28Stone. “This partnership will unearth potential opportunities and provide us with a favorable business environment supporting 28Stone’s growth and expansion plans.” 

 “We look forward to working with 28Stone to apply our Build-Operate-Transfer methodology,” said Thomas Stark, Founder and CEO of Stark & Partners. “By combining our profound Portuguese market knowledge with our active tech talent pool, we are confident in our ability to create a top tier delivery center that will exceed expectations. We believe that this will be a great partnership that can benefit both partners, driving mutual growth.”

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