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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  • About Us: The Most Important Copy Nobody Cares About

    Building on Mike’s post last month about marketing multi-asset class solutions, I reviewed asset manager’s “About Us” (or “Our Profile”, “Who We Are”, etc.) pages. Personally, I believe these pages (approaches vary from a single-page format to a 3-page section) are … [read more]

  • Outlooks
    2017 Outlooks are like Snowflakes

    The industry’s blogs are currently awash in two post types: the year in review (2016) and outlooks (for 2017). I reviewed a dozen (list here; PDF) 2017 outlooks posted over the last four weeks. No two posts are alike. The lack of … [read more]

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Top Industry Blog Posts

  • Best Blogs of the Week #257

    Though many blog posts this week opined on the President-Elect’s first 100 days, this post from SSgA is more original and straightforward than other firm’s posts on the topic. SSgA – The First 100 Days: Will Trump’s Campaign Promises Translate … [read more]

  • Outlooks
    2017 Outlooks are like Snowflakes

    The industry’s blogs are currently awash in two post types: the year in review (2016) and outlooks (for 2017). I reviewed a dozen (list here; PDF) 2017 outlooks posted over the last four weeks. No two posts are alike. The lack of … [read more]

  • Best Blogs of the Week #256

    Perhaps because I’ve read so many 2017 prediction posts, they’ve all started to blur. What stood out this week was an exceptionally cogent post on an even more frequently tread topic: a Millennial. Nothing posted is original (the author asserts that … [read more]

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