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Sweett Group is an independent global provider of professional services for the construction and management of building and infrastructure projects. With a turnover of £88m, the Group predominantly specialises in quantity surveying and project management services.
The CEO had recently been appointed and made the strategic decision to sell off the Asia Pacific business. He called on Berkeley to help him create a new business strategy covering Sweett Group’s target markets, people and operating model.
“Berkeley provided objectivity and challenge that could not have been provided internally. This was a great experience and a vital component in establishing our future strategy.”
Douglas McCormick, Chief Executive Officer, Sweett Group
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We are delighted to have been engaged by Sweett Group to help chart their new business strategy at such a pivotal time. The assignment was a great example of how Berkeley like work closely with clients on setting strategy. We brought the structure, stimulus, pace and rigour but the client owned the decisions. Through this approach we covered a lot of ground in just 6 weeks while retaining strong client buy-in to the strategy and next steps.
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