Oliver Wyman Case Study Interview Prompt
Our client, TireCo, is a consumer vehicle tire manufacturer based in Tokyo, Japan. As of late they have been considering an expansion into a new market. After some consideration as well as back and forth with senior leadership, the United Kingdom has been chosen as the target market.
Should they enter the UK market for tires?
Case Study Overview
In this Oliver Wyman case study interview, the client is looking to enter a new market. How would you go about analyzing the viability of the new market?
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There are 2 math exhibits for you to interpret. This an intermediate level case study you would likely see in a first round at Oliver Wyman.
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