Argon & Co, the global management consultancy that specialises in operations strategy and transformation, is delighted to announce the appointment of new Partner South East Asia, Nelson Chow. 

Leading the Singapore office with a remit across the region, Nelson has earned his deep business and digital transformation knowledge throughout his 20+ years of consulting experience focusing on operational excellence, margin improvement and technology transformation. 

Nelson has worked for several leading professional firms in leadership positions including SAP Ariba, PwC, KPMG and Johnson Controls. In addition to his professional achievements, Nelson is deeply committed to nurturing the next generation of business and digital talents. He serves as a Visiting Lecturer for the Global Supply Chain Master Program at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and as an Advisor for the Global Supply Chain Master Program at the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong.  

Nelson Chow, newly appointed Partner comments, “I am thrilled to join Argon & Co as we embark on this journey together, particularly amidst the vast opportunities for growth in Asia’s dynamic market. The region’s burgeoning economy, marked by a rising GDP and expanding middle class, presents significant potential in the consumer and manufacturing sectors, especially in luxury, retail and FMCG. I am confident that our hands-on approach and commitment to tangible results will drive success for both global and local companies in Asia. Together we will redefine industry standards and shape a resilient and sustainable future for our clients across the region.” 

Paul Eastwood, Managing Partner of Argon & Co APAC, adds, “This appointment comes at a time of continued growth within the APAC region. We recognise an incredible opportunity to expand our presence and capabilities whilst upholding our robust relationships and esteemed reputation in core sectors. Nelson will no doubt play an important role in shaping the APAC business, introducing fresh perspectives and innovative approaches to how we operate.”  



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