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Leading Building Products Business Looks for Growth Opportunities
09.28.16

Building products business serving the residential and nonresidential cladding and exteriors market.  Product sold through distribution and demand generated through architect specification and builder design preference.  Dynamic factors include regional design preferences, access/channel to market, specialized installation teams and premium product orientation. 

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Strategy Consulting for Building Products
05.05.16

A major building products company must achieve significant growth in the next three to five years.  The markets it currently serves are considered mature and competitive pressures are intense.  Product extensions and new innovations are essential to increasing share of market, revenues and profitability. The client required a thorough strategic plan to develop market-driven products and innovation and target segments with the greatest opportunity for success.

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Heavy Equipment Market Research
05.05.16

A leading heavy equipment manufacturer believes that it offers a line of products with quality that is far superior to that of its competition.  However, it was struggling to quantify the value associated with this quality differential from a customer’s perspective.  This client was interested in understanding how quality impacts overall product perception for a wide range of product types.

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Technology Based Concept Testing
02.02.16

Test and validate service concepts and the associated relevant proposals for the naming of the new service offers and service ranges.

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Market Assessment and Product Analysis
02.02.16

Ducker Worldwide provided the insights that enabled a leading Tier 1 Supplier to augment its product base—and enjoy impressive outcomes.

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Market-Entry Strategies
08.19.15

M&A,  joint-venture  versus partnership. The ways in which an American companies can enter either the Western, Eastern or Central European markets are many. Unfortunately, the specific challenges facing the company are considerable, associated risks and pitfalls even greater.  Few decision-makers today can afford to rely on intuition or opinion, even when based on years of experience with these markets.  Furthermore analysis of secondary information on its own falls short particularly in industrial markets.

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Commercial Due Diligence for an M&A Transaction
02.02.15

Through a clear-eyed assessment of the market, its size and segmentation, Ducker was able to advise a core corporate client about a potential acquisition target—and help prevent a problem down the road.

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