The digital era opens up huge growth opportunities for businesses that are prepared to adapt and evolve.

At the same time, it puts businesses who lag behind at risk.

Growth opportunities are captured by pioneers and innovators.

If you don’t adapt, your competitors will.

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Tomorrow belongs to those who embrace it

  • 3 key effects

    of digitisation on sales growth: better access to customers and new markets, better products1

  • 3 times

    digital leaders are 3 times more profitable, 7 times more innovative and provide 38% better customer experience than digital laggards 2

  • 110 billion EUR

    of revenue growth per year through digitisation for the European industry3

  • 57% of EU’s GDP

    is contributed by SMEs. A large proportion is generated by very innovative high growth firms4

Are you a LEADER or a LAGGARD?

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of SMEs do not have the necessary innovation competence and culture to secure their competitive position in the long term5

Is your business innovative enough to grow?

Business transformations and turnarounds are not easy. If done incorrectly they can be a serious waste of time, money and resource.

Change processes must be perfectly planned, and rigorously executed.

Having successfully managed multiple growth, transformation and turnaround processes across various industries, we know what businesses need to succeed and the pitfalls to avoid.

We know what works, and what doesn’t.


Learn more

  1. European Central Bank – Digitalisation and its impact on the economy: insights from a survey of large companies
  2. IT Sloane Center for Information Systems Research – Peter Weill, Stephanie L. Woerner – Is your company a digital leader or a digital laggard?
  3. European Commission – Digitisation Research and Innovation – Transforming European industry and services
  4. European Patent Office – Joint EPO-EUIPO study finds strong link between growth of SMEs and their use of IP
  5. Handelsblatt, Innovative strength declines: German SMEs sleep through the future
  6. North Carolina State University Poole College of Management’s Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Initiative – Executive Perspectives on Top Risks 2019,
  7. Mckinsey – Five moves to make during a digital transformation
  8. European Central Bank – Digitalisation and its impact on the economy: insights from a survey of large companies. Prepared by Catherine Elding and Richard Morris
  9. World Economic Forum – Machines Will Do More Tasks Than Humans by 2025 but Robot Revolution Will Still Create 58 Million Net New Jobs in Next Five Years