According to Rory Sutherland, the vice-chairman of advertising agency Ogilvy Group UK writing on his Campaign magazine blog, Accenture's decision to drop their sponsorship of Tiger Woods is wrong because because surely “Tiger's decision to outsouce sexual services to a range of competing
providers is in line with Management Consultancy's established best
” not least because “Previously he had been tied to a monopoly Scandianvian supplier – with the cripplingly high social costs this usually entails.” The post ends by saying “By sourcing girls locally, he was also reducing distribution costs and
helping the environment…… while allowing him to adopt a
best-of-breed approach to sexual delivery, rather than depending on a
single source.

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