Case Study Prompt
Our client is a telecom Fortune 50 company. One of its divisions (landline) is facing high churn (3% per year).
They have launched a direct mail campaign targeting their customers who have switched to other telecom service providers.
How can they make their direct mail strategy more effective?
Deloitte Case Study Overview
Your client, a telecom company, is looking for a way up their direct mail game. In this Deloitte case study, it’s your job to dig into the problem and find ways to help them improve their profitability and find an effective strategy quickly.
The Profitability Framework is a great tool to solve this case study, but don’t limit yourself to the framework. The most sought after interview candidates are adept at building custom frameworks that blend their business acumen and experience.
This case has no math diagrams. The qualitative difficulty is 2 out of 4, and is an intermediate case study you could expect to see in a Deloitte first round interview.
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