Strategy Associate for a global innovation, strategy and design firm
Sector : Innovation
Organization : 150 people in the USA
Core business : Our client is a global innovation, strategy and design firm. They define innovation strategies and develop breakthrough innovation products, services, and experiences for Fortune 500 companies across a range of industries.
Ambitions : Roll-out in the UK and in France
Key facts : Launched in 2002, they are leaders in the innovation field.
As a Strategy Associate, you would be responsible for:
- Financial analysis and assessment of client’s existing operations
- Category assessment, competitive analysis and projections of future growth
- Financial modeling and revenue forecasting for potential initiatives
- Developing powerful company, category and channel insights
- Contributing to the development and definition of innovation strategies
You would be responsible for working with cross-functional project teams within the Company and working closely with Associates and Consultants across all projects.
- Graduate degree from A level schools
- A minimum of two years experience working in strategy development or financial analysis- either as a consultant or within a corporate environment
- You should have been responsible for performing comprehensive analysis across a range of categories and also understand how to weave a compelling story out of a disparate base of facts.
- Creative Problem Solving
- World-Class presentation skills
- Must be culturally fluent and open-minded
- Lateral thinker adept at uncovering the themes and critical pieces of information that can spark game-changing innovations.
- Self-propelled by restless curiosity, resourceful in scouring the world for insight, comfortable in a highly charged idea-centric environment, fascinated with changing the world, able to move seamlessly from high altitude thinking to the tangible and practical.
- The most creative and restless member of whatever company you’re currently working for.
BENEFITS & REMUNERATION
Dependent on experience
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