PULSAR Consulting Group GmbH | Management Consulting
THE PULSAR CONSULTING GROUP
is a management consultancy company based in Munich. Our Partnerships are key to our business and since the company’s founding in 2003, our businesses have centered around three core pillars: experience. involvement. return.
Current issuesPULSAR Consulting assists SuperBioMarkt AG Muenster with recapitalisation and sale of shares
PULSAR Consulting has provided comprehensive sell-side advice to SuperBioMarkt AG, a leading organic retailer based in Münster, which has 25 stores in North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony. The objective was to ...
SELECTED ADVISORY MODULES
To achieve maximum results, efficiency and guidance. PULSAR’S modules in tools, services and consulting methodologies are successfully bespoke to the clients remit.
TRANSACTION SERVICES (1/5)
Changing market conditions could make companies face transitional changes. PULSAR’S highly professional network of consultants, auditors and lawyers can support a variety of transaction processes from start to finish. Pulsar’s transaction services cover the following [ ... ]
INNOVATION PROCESS ENGINEERING (2/5)
The internet, digitalisation and globalisation is requiring companies to address narrower windows of market and /or product life-cycles and a regular need to create competitive advantages. In many cases, our clients are not facing a lack of ideas, but shortfalls in realising [ ... ]
CORPORATE HEALTH CHECK (3/5)
The Corporate Health Check module is flexible designed towards different types of organisations. A methodical fact-based and judgement approach is applied to secure the desired realisation for the firm´s ROIC. A Corporate Health Check from identification to formulation of [ ... ]
OFFSET ADVISORY (4/5)
International tenders for important defence and infrastructure projects often require offset and countertrade programmes to adhere to political and national economic policies. The sustainability and attractiveness of the proposed offset programme has become a crucial part [ ... ]
The need to restructure could be associated with the loss of competitive advantage, which may require near-term resolutions from external stakeholders. For example, consider the case of financial capital; a firm represents an internal capital market: the corporate [ ... ]