The 2016 Best Firms to Work For: Point B

Ask Chuck Ritter, President of Consulting at Point B, to look into a crystal ball, he can barely contain his enthusiasm. "I have to be honest. I'm quite excited as I look to the remainder of 2016 and beyond," he says.

| September 14, 2016

PointB_Chuck_Ritter2. Point B 

Ask Chuck Ritter, President of Consulting at Point B, to look into a crystal ball, he can barely contain his enthusiasm. "I have to be honest. I'm quite excited as I look to the remainder of 2016 and beyond," he says.

And why wouldn't he be? A second-place finish on Consulting's Best Firms to Work For ranking goes a long way. Point B finished No. 2 in 2014. The firm did not participate in 2015 as it opts to sit it out every other year. Oh, and by the way, Point B is having the best year of growth in the firm's history, Ritter says. So good, in fact, the firm is expanding into three brand new U.S. markets—Boston, Minneapolis and Austin, Texas.

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