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strategic services across core practice areas
We provide a full range of strategic services across three core practice areas. GAC works with clients to define the needs for each engagement. To meet project objectives, we’ll recommend the most effective elements across the service areas.
Tap Into Strategy
Our services are designed to address the needs of corporate, franchise and therapeutic areas, as well as those in product strategy development.
Whether it’s comprehensive strategy development or process facilitation, clients rely on our strategic planning assistance.
Many clients engage us to conduct a thorough strategic plan and performance metrics every three years. Others engage us pre- through post-acquisition to develop an integrated strategy. Some request our strategic expertise for existing businesses that want to boost productivity for their R&D and base product portfolio.
Business Intelligence is a broad range of marketing research and intelligence techniques that allow for the expertise of patients, clinicians, thought leaders, innovators and business experts to be systematically gathered, analyzed, interpreted, and summarized to deliver the “so what’s.” We often incorporate these services while building strategic plans, but many clients contract for the new product marketing research or expert panels independently.
We utilize novel methods to examine the viability and impact of innovation.
GAC has developed a proprietary approach to conduct environmental scans to envision the future of particular market segments. This allows us to track and extrapolate trends and competitor actions, which yield insights. We incorporate secondary and primary research with facilitation of expert panels. These culminate into a clearer view of the future environment — and help clients determine how they can best excel in the future market place.
Prepare for Transactions
GAC’s team of industry experts are available to perform both technical and market due diligence. Many of our clients engage us to assess product development and regulatory plans, test commercial assumptions and financial viability, build forecasting models, and vet upside or downside projections.
Every business transaction – or potential transaction – encompasses dozens of “small things” that need to go in the right direction for a successful outcome.
We are often engaged to build business development roadmaps for out-licensing or targeting new products or technologies. This has become particularly important as the market consolidates and competition increases to access the best molecules or technologies first.