WHO WE ARE
Business Management Consultants
Doing business with us just adds up
Churchill is a specialist business consulting firm based in Cape Town. Working with leading SMEs and Corporates, in Southern Africa, we focus on challenges related to Strategy, Competitiveness, Agility, Technology Disruption, Operating Efficiency and Business Improvement.
We help our client’s find pragmatic solutions, value and growth in a rapidly changing world.
At Churchill we combine a unique blend of Strategic, Financial-, Marketing-, Coaching and Engineering expertise. Providing clients with strategy development & alignment, management consulting, capacity building & leadership development, operations improvement and optimisation solutions based on insight-driven strategies.
Churchill takes a long-term view, builds relationships and sustainable solutions. We use proven methodologies and tools to support executive decision-making.
It is our belief that each client’s situation is unique and deserves a tailor-made solution. Delivering strategy, marketing and performance improvement that works!
We have an experienced team, all with commercial and senior management experience. We help executive management teams reach their strategic objectives, solve strategic & operational challenges, improving control, optimise performance, bring down costs and deliver long-term shareholder value.
Today’s economic climate is difficult and needs careful navigation. In many respects, we are in untested waters, but this does not have to stop you from getting ahead. Finding pragmatic solutions and executing your strategy well – will lift your business above the pack. The norm and being like everybody else is just not going to cut it.
We solve our clients’ toughest challenges.
“Status Quo is Latin for 'the mess we're in'. Leaders see what is, but they also have a vision for what could be. They are never content with things the way they are. To be leading, by definition is to be in front, breaking new ground, conquering new worlds, moving away from the status quo.
Dissatisfaction with the status quo does not mean having a negative attitude. It has to do with a willingness to be different and to take risks. A person who refuses to risk change fails to grow. A leader who loves the status quo soon becomes a follower.
Risk seems dangerous to many people because they are more comfortable with the old problems versus what it takes to come up with new solutions.
The difference is attitude. Seek people who seek solutions.”
If you have a Vision We will help you to turn it into reality
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