Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu's global aggregate member firm revenue is projected to grow from $23.1 billion in fiscal year 2007 to over $27 billion in fiscal year 2008.

The firm credited emerging markets and advisory services with helping fuel the growth.

"We are delighted with our performance, which I believe is a reflection of the quality of our people and their everyday commitment to client service excellence," said Deloitte Global CEO Jim Quigley (pictured) in a statement. "Our continued financial success is driven by our diverse service offerings and strong presence in each region, including the emerging markets. While we are experiencing growth in all areas, growth is particularly strong in our advisory services. "

This is his first complete year running the firm. Deloitte is kicking off a three-day annual meeting in San Jose in which it will hear from speakers such as former vice president Al Gore and Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz.

Deloitte is also using the meeting to announce the creation of a Young Partners Advisory Council for innovation. The 25-partner team from 24 countries will develop recommendations for applying innovation across various aspects of Deloitte, including technology, brand, client service delivery, talent and corporate responsibility.

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