Our clients and our work

PwC’s Strategy& works closely with the world’s leading institutions, public and private, to create and deliver essential advantage. We bring foresight and knowledge, deep functional expertise, and a practical approach to build capabilities and deliver real impact.

More recently, our projects have included:

  • Working with a national government to roll out a ‘smart-card’ so that 20 million people can seamlessly access social services.
  • Working with an Asian oil and gas company to ensure that they can attract, retain and develop the best local and international talent in the industry.
  • Working for one of Australia's largest building and construction companies to develop a growth strategy to diversify earnings away from an expected slowdown in the economic cycle.
  • Providing the appropriate strategic direction, priorities and operating model for Defence's use of information technology.
  • Directing industry agenda for Private Health Insurance, including preparation of a briefing paper for the new Federal Health Minister on the way forward for the industry within the broader health sector.
  • Working with one of Australia's leading rural companies to transform distribution effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Advising one of the world's largest pharmaceutical organisations on innovative models to restructure the traditional supply chain to gain greater customer insight and improve earnings.
  • Making it simpler and more efficient to obtain a Visa and enter Australia.
  • Working with a regional utility firm on end-to-end organisation redesign.
  • Transforming an Asian wireless subsidiary into a high profit, high growth venture and the most valued brand in the country.
  • Advising the Federal Government and State agencies on various options to manage road congestion in Australian cities. 
  • Working with a major health insurer to develop their corporate purpose and strategy.
  • Developing the ICT Strategy for an entire Defence enterprise, including strategic direction, portfolio management, operating model, sourcing, operations, governance and enterprise architecture.