Executives, investors and boards call upon Merton Way to help with opportunities and issues like strategy, competition, product launches, and sales performance. We also assist with annual or long-range planning, the interim management of units or departments, and other unique situations.
It starts with a conversation. We assess, then aim for quick wins. Together, we target specific short- and long-range goals.
One common thread is our strength in years and experience. The principals working with you are seasoned corporate professionals, typically having 15 or more years in senior management roles. So, they bring perspectives from SVP- and even C-level titles, having carried real-world P&L and hire-fire responsibilities. They know what it is to have walked a mile in your shoes.
What's more, Merton Way's mission seeks health through growth as much as pruning. If you are expecting a turnaround largely via workforce reduction, we are not terribly interested in doing that work for you. We prefer to look for growth and recovery in under-leveraged resources, under-performing brands or markets, and by re-tuning or refining other aspects of the business.
Each client engages Merton Way for very different reasons. Some seek creative thinking to reinvigorate a brand. Others draw upon Merton Way and its partners to uncover ways to reduce expense in IT, cellular contracts, ad spending, and other major cost centers. Most new clients are referrals, because we've assisted people they know and respect with strategic planning or complex sales coaching and other aspects of their businesses.
From strategic planning to cost savings, Merton Way has processes and tools to improve your top and bottom line.
There is no one industry or specialization. Past and current clients include technology, higher education, construction, non-profit, and telecom. What do they have in common? They seek highly personalized service from senior-level consultants who have the right tools and experience. They want frank counsel conducted in complete confidence. And they have an eye on blue sky that yields results, rather than academic pie-in-the-sky discourse.
If you are of a similar mind, let's explore new ways to improve your top and bottom line.
Let's be honest. At 18%, marketing departments have the highest turnover rate in the United States. Merton Way is a stabilizing force that's creative and cost-efficient. As your transparent partner, we complement internal teams with our fully-managed, integrated model. Let's talk.Request A Quote