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.
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
Piękni, młodzi i bogaci
Liderem zeszłorocznej edycji Rankingu postrzegania sieci detalicznych w Polsce 2017, okazał się Rossmann, wyprzedzając Allegro, które było na szczycie przez trzy ostatnie lata
Partnering to win in retail's digital age
For the last three years we have been living in the era of M-commerce: smartphones now represent over 50% of all online retail transactions and retail search queries across the UK, France and Germany
Unmasking the secrets of Chinese beauty
A peek into China’s skincare consumption trends and winning tips to thrive in the world’s largest skincare market
Testing Times - TIC 101 Index 2017
In our last review of the TIC sector (which we called TIC-TOCK), we identified several emerging trends, such as the superiority of focus over pure scale and the changing basis of competition, with implications for both organic growth and M&A priorities
Ringing the changes
As the UK retail industry plots its path through an uncertain trading environment, the battle for supremacy has never been more intense
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
In 2016 FMCG M&A plummeted, down $176bn on the previous year, as political uncertainty depressed deal-making in the sector
Taking a serious look at fun
People in China’s growing middle class are working longer and harder, and so they are placing greater emphasis on leisure as well as spending more time on leisure activities