Will Hayllar

Senior Leadership

Will Hayllar ist Mitglied unserer Consumer-Practice.

Zu seinen besonderen Fachgebieten zählt die Anwendung von Endspiel-Theorien zur Entwicklung von Wachstums- und Wettbewerbsstrategien, die das wahre Wertschaffungspotenzial von Unternehmungen ausschöpfen. Darüber hinaus arbeitet er mit Firmen und PE-Klienten entlang des gesamten Transaktionslebenszyklus, von der Identifizierung von Möglichkeiten bis hin zur Akquisition und schließlich dem Wiederverkauf.

Ausbildung & frühere Erfahrung

  • Cambridge University: MEng, Engineering
  • Ministry of Defence
"Wir arbeiten Hand in Hand mit unseren Klienten, um sicherzustellen, dass die entwickelten Strategien die ihrigen und nicht die unseren sind."

Verwandte Veröffentlichungen

The economic fog

As currency-driven input inflation and rising labour costs continue to squeeze margins, the prolonged run-up to Brexit is weighing heavily on food and soft drink producers

Getting a taste for success

Consumer goods companies are right to embrace the trends such as health, indulgence and convenience that currently underpin product development in food and drink. But being topical doesn’t mean you’re always doing the right thing

On the edge

With inflation in raw materials and rising labour costs squeezing margins, the anticipatory impact of Brexit is already being felt large across the UK food and drink industry as shown in our 2018 OC&C Food and Drink Top 150 report

The talking shop

Rapid consumer adoption of smart speakers, combined with a growing tendency to use such devices for shopping, suggests that voice commerce (voice-based eCommerce) will be the next major disruptive force in retail

Ice and a city slice

Looking more closely at how you segment individual cities into codes, tribes and neighbourhoods opens up new avenues for growth

Tied up

In 2016 FMCG M&A plummeted, down $176bn on the previous year, as political uncertainty depressed deal-making in the sector

Kill or cure

As the saying goes, be careful what you wish for. UK food and drink producers under siege from stagnant growth, falling prices and tightening margins have been desperate for these grim market fundamentals to change

New balls please

Can the FMCG giants handle Brexit shock? The Brexit decision has stunned already struggling global markets, with the weakest post-recession growth for the OC&C Global 50

Flat footed

The sustained slowdown being experienced by the Global 50 FMCG giants is partly a reflection of cyclical exchange rate and commodity effects but also more concerning structural growth challenges

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