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Case Study Prompt

Your client is an overseas construction firm, currently based in Europe. The CEO wants to expand the company by establishing a presence in the growing U.S. market for construction.

How should our client go about entering the U.S. market? What factors are critical for its success?

Case Study Overview

This Strategy& case study involves an overseas construction firm that is looking at entering the US construction market. You’ve been hired to study the market for any potential risks, and to create a market entry strategy for the client.

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The qualitative difficulty score for the case is 1/4. The case is one of many consulting cases in our repository that will help you prep for your first round interview. You will be asked to analyze a few math diagrams as well.

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