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Guides for the Journey for Major Multi-Nationals through to fast growing Global SMEs


Renaissance offers a blend of practical management in identifying options to move beyond the status quo. This ensures the development of an international strategy that is both ambitious and achievable. 

One of the unique services that Renaissance offers involves the application of approaches from high performance sport to the business and management environment. This is the result of years of consulting with high growth businesses, major multi-national corporations, sports teams and international sports governing bodies.

We bring action-oriented strategy development together with a strong emphasis on leadership skills and team strength. Our consultants both analyse the business, its financial and operational performance, and support the execution of the emerging strategy.

Renaissance consultants have completed over fifty assignments supporting organisations to build and execute international development strategies. Our consultants enjoy a reputation for being challenging, good to work with, deploying an effective approach and demonstrating real commitment to client success.

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We were commissioned in summer 2005 to work with one of the world's leading real-estate advisory companies to develop a strategy and organisational model for an integrated Capital Markets business in Europe, Middle East and the rest of the World
In 2013 Renaissance & Company was appointed to work with the executive of Rugby World Cup Ltd and their IRB colleagues to develop the strategy for the development of the Rugby World Cup through to 2027.
Renaissance & Company offers a blend of practical management in identifying options to move beyond the status quo. This ensures the development of an international strategy that is both ambitious and achievable. More than 50 companies have produced and executed successful international growth strategies through a process led by Renaissance consultants.
Holland & Sherry is a world famous cloth merchant based in Peebles, Scotland. Premium quality cloths are distributed globally and the company has successfully expanded into the interiors fabrics sector in the USA. The international development strategy delivered significant increased sales adn profit through increased focus and improved personal and team performance.
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews wished to move from the era of the Secretariat to a modernised executive structure, where the senior managers were focused on performance of their functional areas.
Rémy Cointréau and Bols merged in 2000 to form one of the world's leading drinks manufacturers. The integration of these French and Dutch companies was a potentially challenging process. Kevin Parker and Alistair, then with Genesis developed an innovative process to engage the executives of both companies to prepare an execution plan for the merger and successfully achieve the goals of the merger.
ScottishPower is a major fully integrated electricity utility. Historically generation was based on fossil fuel fired power stations, backed up with hydro electric and nuclear power plants. Scenario thinking enabled them to decide on the future of generation and their strategy towards new technologies such as fuel cells.
Our consultants worked with UPM Kymmene over a decade to transform the performance of a number of their mills and operating divisions.