Estin & Co

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Estin & Co
Privately held company
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IndustryStrategy consulting
Founded 📆
Founder 👔Jean E. Estin
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Members
Number of employees
🌐 Websitewww.estin.com
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Introduction[edit]

Estin & Co is a strategy consulting firm. It was created in 1997 in France by Jean Estin. It has offices in Paris, London, Zurich, New York and Shanghai.

Estin & Co’s clients are shareholders, CEOs and senior executives of European, North American and Asian corporations. It assists them in the formulation and implementation of corporate and business growth strategies.

The firm’s clients also include managers of private equity investment funds as well as shareholders and managers of large investments and family holdings. Estin &Co assists them in selecting and valuing potential investments and in defining value creation strategies for the industries in which it has expertise.

It is regularly ranked as the leading boutique or one of the best boutiques specialized in strategy consulting in France.[1][2]

Positioning and services[edit]

Estin & Co has an exclusive focus on strategy consulting,[3] as opposed to process re-engineering, IT, field organization or operational cost cutting, etc.[4] Its consultants devote all their time to strategy.[5]

About this positioning, Estin & Co explains that strategy consulting requires total specialization: “Estin & Co specializes in strategy consulting and does not offer any other services in order to avoid dilution of competence. The firm’s strategy is to grow internationally by keeping its focus on this activity at the potential expense of its size.” [6]

History[edit]

Estin & Co was founded in 1997 in France by Jean Estin, who had a previous career in consulting and as a senior executive. Before founding the company, he was president Europe of Mercer Management Consulting (today Oliver Wyman) and a member of the board of directors of The Mercer Consulting Group.

Estin & Co opened its first international office in Switzerland in 1998. The London office was opened in 2001 and the Shanghai office in 2004.

Influence and contributions[edit]

Estin & Co is known for its works and publications on growth strategies.[7][8][9][10] It regularly conducts research on relationships between growth and value creation.[11][12][13][14]

Recruitment[edit]

The consultants are recruited from top undergraduate universities and French "grandes écoles" (Polytechnique, Centrale, Mines, Ponts et Chaussées, HEC, ESSEC, ESCP, Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, St.Gallen, Solvay, Bocconi, WHU, Peking University, Tsinghua University, Fudan University, etc.). Senior consultants are also recruited with an MBA degree (Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, Chicago Booth, MIT, Columbia, INSEAD, etc.) and a few years of successful professional experience, or with several years of experience in management positions.

Publications[edit]

Estin & Co regularly publishes articles summarizing its perspectives on strategic topics and its recent works.[15] It also contributes to French economic publications (Challenges,[11][13] Les Echos,[16][17] La Jaune et la Rouge,[9][18] L'Opinion[19]). In 2011, it released a book, “Strategies,” based on some of those articles.[20]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Décideurs ranking–Best strategy consulting firms 2016 (France)".
  2. "Décideurs–Best strategy consulting firms 2014 (France–external growth operations)".
  3. "Estin & Co - Positioning".
  4. "Estin & Co–What we offer".
  5. "Estin & Co–People".
  6. "Estin & Co - What we offer".
  7. ""BFM TV–Good morning Business"".
  8. "Xerfi Business TV".
  9. 9.0 9.1 "La Jaune et la Rouge–"Do pure players still have a future?"" (PDF).
  10. ""Speed and competitiveness" (ESCP Magazine)" (PDF).
  11. 11.0 11.1 "Challenges–"The duration of growth is more important than its magnitude"" (PDF).
  12. "Estin & Co–"The magic of long-term growth"" (PDF).
  13. 13.0 13.1 "Challenges–"Banking is the least profitable sector in the world"" (PDF).
  14. "Estin & Co–"Where does value come from?"" (PDF).
  15. "Estin & Co–Publications".
  16. "Les Echos–To grow in retail".
  17. "To grow in retail".
  18. "La Jaune et la Rouge–"Ten sources of growth"" (PDF).
  19. "L'Opinion–"Worldwide growth"" (PDF).
  20. "Estin & Co–Strategies".


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