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What we do
Booz & Company’s client base across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia is broad and diverse. We serve the senior agenda of the largest and most admired institutions throughout the region.
Our clients come from a wide range of industries and backgrounds including:
Automotive, Industrial & Consumer
The automotive industry presents very interesting challenges, largely due to long lead times required between product conception through to production. Billion-dollar bets are made three years before any returns, and brands are thoughtfully constructed over years. This reality means strategic priorities must be based on understanding how to make better bets - a cost structure that allows for a lower break-even and for customer demand for a vehicle to be based on desire, not just price discounts. This focus translates into strategic priorities for managing revenue, cost, and value chain participation.
Banks have experienced tremendous change over the last decade, including large-scale industry consolidation, the proliferation of alternative delivery channels, and the emergence of new non-bank competitors and online brokerages. Most leading banks have experienced continuous cost reduction and have given significant value back to the customer via margin compression. The question is ‘where is the next source of organic, double digit growth’?
Energy companies face an environment of accelerating change. Price and earnings volatility is increasing significantly as commodity markets deregulate and become more liquid and more global. At the same time, technology and scale economies are requiring ever-larger long-term investments in such projects as deep-water exploration, gas-to-liquids infrastructure, and next-generation combined-cycle gas turbines, to name a few.
Within Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia, rapid change continues unabated and remains a key characteristic of the media and entertainment sector. While technological developments bring exciting opportunities for global communication, changes to consumer media usage have fragmented the market into a limitless supply of channels.