Case Study Prompt
A specialty ceramic materials firm has decided to enter the automotive parts supply business. They have developed new ceramic engine components that when used in a standard internal combustion engine will increase fuel mileage by 20%, decrease pollution by 30%, and improve longevity by 20%.
Your client wants to know how to proceed.
Case Study Overview
Your client has come to you to help them determine how to enter an entirely new market. They have a unique product to take to market and need your guidance. In this Market Entry case study, your job is to get to know their product, the market and develop a strategy that is actionable.
Are you looking for a PwC case study with answers? We’ve got one for you! We recommend using the Market Study (market entry) Framework for this case study, but don’t get stuck there. Stretch yourself to create a unique structure to fit this specific situation using your own unique history and business experience.
There is one math exhibit in this case. This an intermediate level case interview with a qualitative difficulty score of 2 out of 4. This case study is similar to a first-round interview with PwC.
PwC Interview Tips
PwC is looking for candidates who can see the key issues for specific problems and find solutions to those problems.
As you prepare make sure you able to adapt quickly and respond thoughtfully to the issue at hand?
In this case study, make it a point to find one or two opportunities for growth and time yourself as you present (2min for structure, 5min for math, 2min for brainstorming, 2min for conclusion)
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