Stern Stewart & Co

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Stern Stewart & Co.
Incorporated partnership
Industry Management consulting
Founded 1982
Founder Joel M. Stern
G. Bennett Stewart III
Headquarters Munich, Germany
Key people
Markus Pertl (MD)
Services Management consulting services
Number of employees
80 (2012)
Website www.sternstewart.com

Stern Stewart & Co. is a consulting company founded in New York in 1982 by Joel M. Stern and G. Bennett Stewart III.

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