Strategic Consulting For Long Term Growth
Strategies involve long term planning and decision making, and are focussed on defining and achieving a businesses’ overarching objectives.
Business strategies have longer-term planning horizons, and focus on the bigger picture. Development of business strategies requires high level planning with top-level management as they set the overall direction of travel for the business, including decisions relating to resource allocation.
Strategies tend to be more enduring, less subject to frequent changes. They are typically defined with a good knowledge of the industry, competitive landscape, market and the business opportunity – and are oriented to increasing the probability a company is abel to maximise its profit potential within an industry.
Strategies are also object oriented and hierarchical, meaning that one team’s strategy is another’s tactics. This means that all work across the organisation should be driving towards the overall business strategy.
Simply put, a business that wants to win needs to ensure it has a robust approach to designing its business strategies.
The strategies we specialise in at Daleth are those relating to business growth and development.
Competitiveness can be measured in profit margins. The bigger your firm’s ROCI (return on capital invested) the more you can dominate your industry for the long term, reaping all the profit-potential.
The big question then is what determines success in an industry, and where do your firm’s strengths deliver a competitive edge. This is your Competitive Strategy.
Data is one of the most valuable assets your business can have, enabling you to make the best decisions to increase your enterprise value.
Your Data Strategy should explicitly help your business achieve its objectives; from ingestion to processing, storage to analysis – data can help you ensure a robust foundation for strategic decision making. Better data results in better decisions – helping your firm make fewer, smaller mistakes over time, waste less money, increase profit margins and become more competitive.
Growth Strategies should be holistic and ‘complete business’. They should be acutely aware of what success looks like, how it’s measured and calculated, and then should focus on the core variables to improve that performance outcome – from CAC to landed costs.
Having a grip on your acquisition, unit economics, retention, product usage, landed costs, profit margins and regional expansion are all part of a good growth strategy (plus a whole lot more). Ensure you and your team are clear how you plan to scale.
Having enough ‘gas’ to get through the early inevitable inefficiencies and mistaken capital allocation is key – as they say ‘cash is king’.
Understand your finances in detail. How varying growth trajectories, negotiated COGS and recruitment strategies play out financially, and what this means for runway and investment requirements. Identify how to present your business data to engage and excite investors, to ensure you have the runway to deliver on your business goals.
"Daleth has consistently helped our founders achieve strong growth"
"Gets Sh*t Done"
“Logan is one of the smartest, most technical and most analytical marketers I’ve met. Incredibly organised, good strategic thinker but also gets sh*t done.
It’s a rare mix.”
"A Transformative Experience For Our Startup"
Zeid Abu Ennad
"Strategic Insights Were Consistently Valuable"
Business Applications, Dukkantek
"We Knew Exactly What Was Going On"
"Best In The Industry"
"Helped Us Put Our Vision Into Practice"
"A Great Recipe For High Performance"
Co-Founder, Prospect Knight
"A Fully Bespoke Growth Directive"
Data Scientist, Lifecake
"Critical Partners In Defining Our Business Growth Strategy"
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