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Jan 26, 2016

Welcome to the 37th podcast on the Corporate Strategy & Transformation study and we remain in week 4.

Let’s be honest. Most consultants simply go into Google and search for any reports / analyses to compile market trends/an industry analysis fact pack. In other words, they do not put much thought into it beyond ensuring they are not caught for plagiarism.

This is because many consultants think of the market trends or industry analysis as an output to deliver, which will never be used, and it does not matter what comprises the analysis.

This podcast discusses how/why we built a bespoke market trends pack for the client addressing the issues important to them and them only. We used this market trends analysis to guide the executives on the issues we considered important to their strategy.

Click here to see the full study and here to see the merger study and market entry study.

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