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Project scopes are customized in conversation with each client to address their most pressing challenges.
- Value proposition
- Use cases
- Profitability / feasibility
Examples of operational project topics include:
- Performance Diagnosis & Analysis
- Supply Chain Management
- Post-merger Integration
Snider Consulting works with businesses in a variety of stages and industries. Most of our clients are high growth startups somewhere between pre-revenue and post-Series A. Our typical client is the founder / owner / CEO of the company or one of their direct reports.
Typical projects with early-stage startups include, but are not limited to:
- Developing go-to-market strategies
- Strengthening business models
As startups receive substantial funding and/or experience rapid revenue growth, Snider Consulting helps to drive and sustain that growth by for example evaluating new opportunities and expansion strategies, or supporting scalable operations.
Typical projects with growth stage startups include, but are not limited to:
- Evaluating new opportunities and expansion strategies
- Developing go to market strategies for new markets
- Supporting scalable operations (e.g. supply chain management)
Typical projects with mature small and medium businesses include, but are not limited to:
- Conducting operational analysis
- Evaluating expansion opportunities to clarify the path forward
- Researching the causes of underperformance through interviews, and research
When working on a new company, there are many questions you wish to have the answers to but lack the time to spend on. Snider is the perfect group to ask these questions to – you will get a team fully engaged with access to incredible resources.
We have returned every year because of the quality of the work and ease of engagement.
I recommend Snider Consulting for a project as the team is very professional, strategic, and result focused.
The consultants were very professional and effective. They were committed to the projects and exceeded my expectations.
The output from the team was easy to digest, and included actionable recommendations.
Teams of 2-3 consultants are assigned to projects and reach out to clients to set up a project kickoff meeting. The kickoff meeting is used to get to know each other, develop an initial understanding of the client context and goals, and establish ways of working together.
Throughout the project, the consulting team works independently to conduct research, interviews, and analysis. The team and client hold brief, weekly check-in calls to maintain alignment throughout. A midpoint presentation is used to share preliminary findings and clarify the approach for the second half of the project.
In a final presentation, the consulting team presents their recommendations and provides any additional deliverables. The final presentation is followed by a debrief call with program administrators.