US’s Arthur Lawrence names Langwieder-Görner to lead MEA region
Arthur Lawrence, a Texas-based management and technology consulting business, is expanding its presence in the Middle East and Africa (MEA).
Ricardo Langwieder-Görner has been named Managing Partner to oversee the process.
The company said with a career spanning over 25 years and proven international corporate and entrepreneurial experience, it believes Langwieder-Görner brings a dynamic vision to drive transformation and growth in the MEA landscape.
"To fully realise our next-level ambition for the Middle East and Africa and help steer us towards our maximum growth potential, we needed to bring a capable leader with the right experience, vision, and expertise to firmly establish Arthur Lawrence across this region," Wajid Mirza, co-Founder and Managing Partner, Arthur Lawrence, said.
Mirza praised Langwieder-Görner as a compassionate, high-energy, creative leader who has held numerous CEO positions in the MEA region's global services business.
"We are overjoyed to have Ricardo join the Arthur Lawrence family."
"Ricardo's travels across continents, including Europe, South America, the United States, Asia, and Africa, have shaped his understanding of the global business landscape," Mirza remarked.
The choice to enter the MEA market is viewed as a huge opportunity for Arthur Lawrence.
Arthur Lawrence intends to solidify its position, particularly in the areas of business process outsourcing.
"With our business process and digital capabilities, we are perfectly positioned to enable our clients in this region to drive business growth and create market value," Mirza said.