Automotive Industry

In a sector characterized by complexity, constant transformation and ongoing growth, companies must involve and coordinate each step in the production chain to create a differential product.

The Automotive Industry is facing new challenges in a sector marked by its complexity, permanent transformation and growth: few markets have such a scope and diversity in the products offered.

The quality of the products and technological innovation has always been a differential issue in this industry. Also, today, it is necessary to know consumer needs and expectations to offer them added value.

In addition, in view of the presence of new global players, especially with the irruption of emerging markets as stakeholders in the transformation of this sector, the automotive industry requires strategies to manage and adapt to the change, based on seeking new business opportunities and new market focal points, and also adapt to the paradigm shifts provided by the new technologies.

The implication and coordination of all links in the production chain are key factors to achieve a differential product. It is therefore necessary to guarantee a strategic planning and management, from the onset of the process until the launching of the product.

In this context, it is essential to place special focus on research, and thanks to market intelligence to anticipate new trends which take place in this scenario. The implication of professionals dedicated to listening and analysing conversations becomes a key factor.

Also, relations with the governments and regulators have become a core element for this sector, for the effective implementation of relations with the Public Administrations to give rise to new opportunities and solutions in possible disputes.

Aspects such as security, energy efficiency in the manufacturing process, production models based on sustainable growth and respect for the environment have been consolidated as some questions that affect the future of this industry.

In addition, engagement must be generated with the consumers to obtain visibility and relevance on the market, and count on the trust of the stakeholders in this sector. Building a positive reputational perception will result in market leadership.

We count on consultants with specialised training to efficiently manage the different implications and dimensions that form the projects of this industry, adapting them to the clients’ specific needs.

Contact an LLYC expert.

Partner and Managing Director Northern Region
Javier Rosado
+507 206 5200
Partner and Managing Director Barcelona
María Cura
+34 932 17 22 17
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