The philosophy of OC&C Strategy Consultants is to treat each problem as unique, providing truly customised solutions rather than generic packages for our clients.
This selection of OC&C's publications illustrates our ability to think creatively, generate new insights and provide a fresh perspective on established thinking.
In this section you can view and download our strategic "Insights"; short provocative pieces that we write as food for thought for our clients.
Same day delivery: wrong for Uber, right for the brave
Uber has shut down its same day parcel delivery business, and in fact it never made it beyond three US test cities
Into the storm
It's unfortunate timing for one of the biggest tech market events of the year. Spotify comes to market today in the midst of a highly challenging and volatile environment for tech stocks
Augmenting the reality of fast fashion
It would be easy for retailers to underestimate the significance of the announcement this week that Zara is rolling-out augmented reality technology across its stores
Here's looking at SKU, Kid
Here's a sneak preview of important SKU rules we'll be publishing next month based on collaborative research with our technology partner Ugam
MaaS moves up a gear
Since the advent of hailing apps it has definitely become easier to summon your ride
The winning model in subscription cars
Fully autonomous cars are years away, and that timeline seems to be stretching further. But the less talked about wave of mobility - moving to all-in subscription ownership - is much closer
Sleeping with the devil or an angel In disguise?
News today of French grocer Casino's partnership agreement to sell its products through Amazon further illustrates how traditional retailers are softening their stance to partnerships with the big platform players
The (quiet) rise of the robots
It's not just the digital world of retail that is experiencing a revolution - store operators across the world are starting to think radically about ways to improve the efficiency of their operating model
Uber & anti-trust: will we never learn?
Uber exited South East Asia today, "selling its operations in the region to Grab in exchange for a 27.5 per cent stake in its erstwhile local rival". This is a repeat of their strategy in China, creating local ride sharing monopolies