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WHAT WE DO

SECTORS

FINANCIAL SERVICES
We work across all Financial Services segments, including retail banking & wealth management; corporate & investment banking; insurance and asset management. Many of our clients are currently looking to digitise not only their front-end customer interactions but also their back-office processes – including leveraging new technologies such as blockchain.

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ENERGY & UTILITIES
We advise downstream businesses of some of the world’s largest oil & gas firms and electricity producers and suppliers, helping them deal with lower oil prices and the move away from carbon fuels. This includes working across supply & trading, refining & marketing and distribution organisations as well as corporate functions.

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TMT
We work with leading Telecommunications, Media and Technology (TMT) firms to help build out and leverage a global digital infrastructure and deliver world-class customer service to both retail and commercial customers

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HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCES
We work with some of the world’s leading pharmaceutical and healthcare providers, bringing innovative solutions rapidly to market to better meet customer and patient needs. We help them navigate the most complex and expensive regulatory regimes to not only drive shareholder value but provide cost-effective solutions for all stakeholders.

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RETAIL
Faster product development cycles resulting from ‘fast fashion’ puts increased pressure on supply chains and operations to become more operationally efficient and effective.
We work with several leading brands, helping them create and implement omnichannel strategies to better identify and engage with their customers.

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TRAVEL & LEISURE
As the global middle class grows, there is increasing demand in this sector – both for business and leisure travel. Creating a differentiated product whilst competing on price is becoming the new normal. Typhoon works with organisations to help them better define their service offerings and succeed in one of the most cyclical and low margin sectors.