Our Services

The firm has experience across virtually all of the industry’s own sectors and those which support and influence it - with vehicle manufacturers, systems and component suppliers, distributors of vehicles and spare parts, service and repair providers, finance and insurance institutions, equity investors and government and regulatory agencies. We are active throughout the world.

Industry Trend Reporting

Providing a deep and sometimes counter-intuitive understanding of future trends in the auto industry.

Sector Analysis

Unravelling the structures and functions of particular sectors within the industry.

Market Analyisis

Helping clients to gain a deeper understanding of their current and prospective markets.

Advisory Services

Encouraging advisable actions on insights to better position clients for success.

M&A Consultation

Supporting mergers, acquisitions and disposal.

How we do it

A Lean Structure

Our light and open structure makes us uniquely cost-effective. We use experienced consulting and automotive industry professionals.

A Scalable Network

We call in additional outside expertise for specific assignments, when needed. We can rapidly upscale whilst keeping our overheads low.


We are flexible, unlike many conventional large consulting firms, whether we're carrying out major client assignments, small assignments, or intermittent work.


We give keynote speeches, chair conferences and meetings, and facilitate workshops.

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Latest Publication

National Policy, Global Giants: How Australia Built and Lost its Automotive Industry
John Wormald & Kim Rennick

What can we tell about the future of automobiles and the industries that make them by examining their past? Wormald and Rennick trace the history of powered land transport, the rise and fall of the railways, the spectacular rise of the automobile, and what might come next.

Delving into the mighty and complex automotive industry, following the growth of the markets and production, this book illustrates the globalization of vehicle manufacturers and component suppliers, giving form to the development of the industry's business model. A key factor in an auto-industry's successes and failures is the often-difficult relationship it has with government, which varies in nature from country to country.

As an illustrative case, Wormald and Rennick present and analyse the entire lifecycle of Australia's automotive history – including its birth, growth, functioning and death - and its shifting relationship with the government that supported it.

Cambridge University Press; First published 2 Jan 2020

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