Consulting firms tend to look the same. Same business model, same jargon, same claims on what they can do for you. We designed Naissance differently in ways that matter to our clients. We set out three principles:

Partners Do the Work

No army of junior analysts. No outsourcing. We are fully invested in everything we do.

Repackage Nothing

We start every project with a clean slate. Everything from our frameworks to our PowerPoint text is developed originally for every client.

Efficiency Matters

Nobody should sacrifice quality, and that quality should come with as much speed and as little cost as possible.

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    March Madness 2017

    Many of you are thinking about brackets and who to place in the Final Four this year. It’s a big year for Mike (and seemingly 50% of the ESPN television personalities) as his Wildcats are in the Big Dance for … [read more]

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    We’re working with a client to develop a plan to revitalize their Web sites. In a discussion focused on homepages, a specific topic came up: banners. More specifically, there was a straightforward question: what’s better, static or rotating homepage banners? … [read more]

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    AB – Five Ways Populism Could Impact Investors – A greater willingness to use fiscal stimulus alone has the potential to lift inflation, particularly because central banks are likely to keep interest rates low to ease the process. Against this background, … [read more]

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    Happy July 4th week. So many blog posts; we focused on two with a particularly keen interest on the first post and the topic of portfolio construction. BlackRock – Putting risk on a budget – We generally see two different approaches to … [read more]

  • Best Blogs of the Week #269

    Hope everyone in the US was able to enjoy a good long weekend. BlackRock – Common misconceptions about bond investing – Only about three in 10 (31%) of those surveyed correctly noted that if interest rates rise, the effect on the … [read more]

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