Fletcher Spaght, Inc.
Boston, MA, United States
Consulting, Engineering, Biotech
Fletcher Spaght Inc.
About the Position
Analysts’ efforts are a major component of every project we do, so you will learn and contribute to every project we do. New analysts work with the more senior members of the consulting staff in project teams to address key strategic issues for clients. In fact, our organization is relatively flat, and the senior leadership is accessible and directly involved in the projects. As their skills develop, analysts earn increasing responsibility and autonomy, progress toward greater client interaction, and presentation delivery.
Typical project duration is one to three months, and you will most often work on two projects at a time. Thus, you can expect to work on 10 or more projects in a year, allowing you to develop experience across diverse market segments and types of projects.
Fletcher Spaght, Inc.
Company Description Fletcher Spaght, Inc. (FSI) develops growth strategies for medtech, life sciences, healthcare, and information technology companies and their investors. Our clients include emerging growth companies, major corporations launching and investing in new ventures, venture capital and private equity firms, and research institutions. We develop growth strategies and advise our clients on the commercial potential of innovative new technologies and the options for developing, funding, or acquiring new businesses. Fletcher Spaght consulting staff also contributes to managing the portfolio of our affiliated venture capital funds. We provide client management with actionable recommendations and information which facilitate making choices to maximize the potential of a business. Client engagements typically include multiple work efforts, most commonly: Developing strategic growth options through organic means or acquisition Primary market research with potential customers, partners and competitors of our clients to understand receptivity, pricing, customer economics, market segmentation, usage patterns, relative competitive advantage, etc. Forecasts based on market research input, data on incidence, prevalence and/or procedure volume Due diligence and valuation Competitive analysis of established and emerging competitors Review and analysis of secondary sources such as medical literature, trade sources, government filings, and databases, etc. to support forecasting, market sizing, competitive analysis, etc.