New Business Unit within Abrams Consulting Formed

A joint venture between Neil Abrams, president of Abrams Consulting Group, Inc., and William Adler, former president of the vehicle management services division of PHH, has been created to market management consulting and market research services to the commercial fleet management and leasing industries.

The new business unit is called AdlerAbramsAdvisors. The venture will offer clients consulting services focussing on assessing and developing business strategies, organization planning, new products and services, and marketing initiatives within the commercial fleet and allied industries.

This new arm of Abrams Consulting Group, Inc. will also offer market research and information products, such as customized research studies, key statistical and performance measurements for the fleet industry, and consumer and business-to-business surveys.

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