Strategy Innovation Capability
“Totally on our side”
At Oxford we partner with businesses to create the conditions for teams to thrive, help focus them on the moments that matter to customers and which levers to pull for profitable growth.
“Totally on ‘our side’ - focused on what’s right for us rather than having an agenda - hugely refreshing and rare in consultants”
We’re a diverse network of about 100 who left senior roles in the corporate world to work with clients who’ve got interesting challenges. We’re known for being able to get to the heart of the problem, tell it how it is, and develop simple solutions that stick.
“You gave us what we actually needed, and not just what we asked for.”
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Consumer goods organisations face a constantly shifting, challenging environment with the revolution in media and changing expectations from consumers. A new success model is needed.
Pharma markets are changing at an unprecedented pace, with increased R&D spend and application of technological advances and an evolving patient mindset towards healthcare.
Growing consumer needs for specific health solutions, together with increasing opportunities for solutions to span from product to service, mean that consumer healthcare companies need to innovate and build experiences like never before.
It’s no secret that the retail environment has evolved rapidly over the last ten years and will continue to do so over the next ten - with sales, margin and footfall down across multiple sectors.
The landscape of this sector is being redefined every few weeks, due to the phenomenal rate of innovation, new disruptive brand entries and propositions, entering the lives of people every day.
Not for profit
We want to support B Corp organisations, to help them thrive and grow. Especially now, and especially those struggling with how to exit from the impact of lockdown, or those working to support those disadvantaged by structural racism and social injustice.
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Achieving commercial excellence in the new normal
It’s clear that ways of working and travel aren’t going to go back to where they were anytime soon, and more likely never. So there’s a growing realisation that the ‘plasters’ we all put in place to make things work since March need to become more permanent solutions if we’re going to have the impact and results we need....
Where will consumers buy their (over-the-counter) drugs in future?
An unprecedented change is currently taking place in the sale of pharmaceutical products, pointing to the influence of new competition with the existing pharmacy structure....