For Immediate Release
Seattle, WA -
Point B Inc., an integrated management consulting, venture investment, and property development firm, has announced that Michael Retter has been named one of the consulting industry’s "Rising Stars” in the category of Leadership by Consulting magazine. The publication designates the “Top 35 consultants in the nation under 35” for their leadership and spirit of innovation in the consulting industry. Awards recipients are chosen from hundreds of applications sent in from firms throughout the U.S., and will be honored at an awards dinner in Chicago on April 14th.
Retter was recognized for his leadership acumen, passion for excellence and deep client relationships. He represents a new wave of talent that not only makes a difference on a client’s most strategic initiatives, but also builds community for colleagues at every turn.
Retter holds a Bachelor’s of Science from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. He has served as a strategic advisor to non-profit organizations, is an active participant in Bike MS, plays a mean round of golf, and lives in Seattle with his wife.
Point B is 100% employee-owned, and is recognized for the passion its consultants have for client service excellence and the organization’s relentless focus on building a values-driven company and culture that allows exceptional people to thrive. The firm is actively recruiting exceptional early-career consultants. To learn about career opportunities at Point B, visit http://pointb.com/careers/.
About Point B
Point B, Inc. is a consulting company dedicated to helping organizations with critical initiatives in the areas of customer engagement, growth investments, workforce experience and operations excellence. We achieve sustainable success for our customers by focusing on the humans at the center of change. Point B is a national company, with 13 U.S. locations and global reach via our partnership with Nextcontinent. Our company is 100% employee-owned and is regularly recognized as an exceptional place to work.