News and Media
Macquarie acquires Premier Technical Services Group
We congratulate Macquarie on its successful acquisition of Premier Technical Services Group (“PTSG”) in a recent public-to-private transaction valued at over £300m
Foreign supermarkets change tactics in tough China market
Costco’s impressive debut contrasts with contentious exits by international chains
Is strategy consulting dead?
Chris Outram, the founder of OC&C Strategy Consultants, provides his take on where the world of strategy consulting is heading
Nordstrom reports mixed earnings, beats on EPS but misses on revenue
Nordstrom reported earnings after the bell beating estimates on earnings per share but missing on revenue still sending the stock up in after hours trading. Coye Nokes discusses
Genstar Capital acquires majority share in OEConnection from Providence Equity
We are pleased to congratulate Providence Equity Partners on the divestment of their majority share in OEConnection (OEC) to Genstar Capital
U.S -China Trade War, Android influencing smartphones (podcast)
Coye Nokes discusses Barneys filing for bankruptcy protection
OC&C advises on private equity deals in Italy's fashion industry
The Italian arm of OC&C Strategy Consultants has in recent months seen two of its private equity clients successfully close a transaction in Italy’s fashion industry.
OC&C welcomes LTP Italy into its integrated network of offices
We are delighted to announce that Long Term Partners, Italy’s leading international management consultancy, has joined OC&C’s integrated network of offices
How consumer giants reinvented the wheel: OC&C Global 50 report 2019
The latest top 50 report shows organic growth is returning. How have the global giants managed it?
Top fast moving consumer goods brands returned to organic volume growth whilst posting record profit
FMCG giants are starting to see the benefits of their efficiency drive as profitability of the top 50 FMCGs has reached an all-time high at 18.2% in 2018, revealed the annual OC&C Global 50
Three quarters of retailers believe their model needs to change for them to remain relevant
Findings from new research, launched at the World Retail Congress today, provide further evidence that retailers are struggling to cope with the pace of evolution in the industry