from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act or an instance of consulting.
- n. A business or agency offering expert or professional advice in a field: opened a financial consultancy.
- n. A position as a consultant: accepted a three-year consultancy abroad.
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- n. A consultant or consulting firm.
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- n. the practice of giving expert advice within a particular field
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The word "consultancy" covers a multitude of sins and, usually, a fair amount of money for all concerned.
IT consultancy is what I do for a living … and this machine is perfect for purpose.
E-consultancy is always teeming with great stats and research to help any marketer increase their budget or convince fickle clients.
You can spend years as a consultant in consultancy firms at around P12k - P15k.
Under in 2006-07, helped the England and Wales Cricket Board briefly last summer on a short-term consultancy basis, mainly overseeing development programmes and working with coaches at the National Academy in Loughborough.
England is considering offering Buchanan a long-term consultancy role, but Buchanan insists this would involve more the generic structure of English cricket rather than be
England is considering offering Buchanan a long-term consultancy role, but he insists that his role would be more to do with the generic structure of English cricket rather than it being
He also coached New South Wales for a spell in the 1990s and combines short-term consultancy-based coaching with media commitments across radio, TV and newspapers.
But Lloyds has been criticised for awarding Hornby a short-term consultancy contract worth £60,000 a month.
This short term consultancy role requires someone who has operated at strategic level within a complex organisation.
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