As the CEO of Merford, a specialist in sound management, acoustic materials, and doors, Robbert-Jan Ter Horst worked with Turner Strategy Execution to challenge his plans for the future. The result: a sharply formulated strategy that is already yielding results. The Board of Supervisors and shareholders have fully supported the strategy.
Executable growth strategy and conditions for execution
A multinational has globally integrated its autonomous operating companies into ‘one operating company’ per country.
Breakthrough: This integration took place ten years ago, but is still known as a successful case in business management
Belron Netherlands, known for brands such as Carglass, Autotaalglas, and GlasGarage, operates in a shrinking market where there is a decreasing demand for windshield replacement or repair. Turner has supported Belron in finding a future-proof and growth-oriented business model.
Breakthrough: The cooperative has chosen a growth strategy that is partially realized through acquisitions.
Breakthrough: At the food company involved, the Top-70 was activated with this building block. Going through tough times together forges a special bond.
Breakthrough: The e-commerce company rapidly replaced traditional physical department stores for the Dutch consumers. With its product range, it can adapt to changing needs almost daily and boasts a delivery service that is nearly faster than self-pickup.
Breakthrough: This technical wholesaler supplies products for manual and industrial work in various industries. With an “outside-in” approach that prioritizes customer satisfaction, the internal organization is under strain.
Breakthrough: As part of the transition to an effective Go-To-Market strategy per customer segment, the legal division of a major information provider in the Netherlands implemented new service delivery concepts
Top-4 law firm. Enhanced employee and client satisfaction through continuous improvement implementation
Breakthrough: A law firm consists of professionals such as lawyers, notaries, and tax advisors. Traditionally, the firm followed the path dictated by the content of the work.