Businesses stay competitive by innovating and growing new revenue streams. Implementing a new growth strategy can put an organisation through a lot of change.
An industrial manufacturer decided to launch a new business unit to create a revenue stream in rentals of their core products. They needed an experienced change and project manager to come on board to help deliver the project and ensure all new processes were adopted by the company’s employees.
Change for growth
As rentals was a new market for the organisation they had prepared a business plan and mobilised the internal team to set it up. What the client required was someone expert in managing change to come in and ensure that it was implemented effectively.
A smarter choice
Having spoken to their Talmix contact they were convinced of the high level of talent available and encouraged by the easy process of accessing them. It worked for the following reasons:
- Access to consultants with the right industry and geographical market knowledge - the Talmix platform matched their requirements to the experience of consultants in our network of over 30,000 independent consultants.
- Ability to find someone in the right location - it was a real plus for this client to find someone who was based in the UK and willing to travel around Europe for work.
- Ease of use - they could post the project on the Talmix platform and work with the team to ensure they saw the most relevant consultants in the most efficient way.
At Talmix, we believe that with the right mix of talent, anything is possible. This manufacturing company is a perfect example of how easy it is to create this mix, whenever you need it and whatever the requirement.
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